It takes faith to partake in the promise correlating to the faith that is in Christ. The entire Hebrews 11 affirms that all who overcame by the power of God or lived to obtain the promise of God had one thing in common,
Toward the end of that same chapter, the writer concludes by writing:
The Spirit of Faith
As we make it our aim to believe we must be certain and examine whether we too have “the spirit of faith” described in 2 Cor. 4:13 both to do the will and purpose of God.
According to Jesus,
it’s not so much about what one say or confess but whether ones heart is convinced of what they say. For faith given to men as a gift of God is poured into their hearts, as it’s written: “For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.” Romans 10:10 KJV
Importance of the Spirit of Faith
For this very purpose, we are called to:
We must, therefore,
pray to God to grant us and increase us in the “spirit of faith” that we may not err in our faith and practice vain repetitions which profit nothing nor able to deliver us.
In the verse above, we understand that by multiplying our words it profits nothing, neither are we delivered by it.
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