Trusting God is a matter of the heart. It is a quality decision that happens when a heart is truly surrendered to the grace of God that abounds toward us and not against us. It comes from the revelation of the Living Word–the revelation that is no longer about doing good works to appease God to gain His favor, but about confidently relying on the power of the costly blood of Jesus Christ, which purchased our redemption from the curse of sin, sickness, disease, and every other form of the curse that attempts to overtake us. This divine understanding of God and His Word comes from time spent with the Spirit of God. In the secret place, He releases the true power of faith to walk in divine healing and miracles. This bold, but child-like faith put into action manifests the presence of God’s glory around us. And those things which were deemed impossible become possible.

Once I was sharing with a group of Bible students, and I was stirring their faith with personal testimonies of healing and miracles. One of these students spoke up and said, “You make it sound as if you walk in healing and miracles on a daily basis.”

I replied to him; “Yes.” And I say to you, “This is how it should be for all of us as we develop a real and viable relationship with God. For you see, trusting God is a matter of the heart. It is a quality decision that you will never regret.”


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