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Monday daily devotional by Pastor David Okoye (Ambassadors Word Diet, 5th March, 2018) – Faith to faith

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For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith: as it is written, the just shall live by faith Romans 1:17

The subject of Faith is another that we can’t help but talk about. This is because everything we do on earth as Christians ought to be established on the faith principle.

Faith is the assurance of what we hope for and the conviction of what we do not see.

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The word assurance means confidence. As such, it can be rewritten as faith is the confidence we have in the things that we do not even see.

Our walk with God is founded on a faith 

to faith premise. Faith is your connection and life wire to God. That is, the more your faith increases, the more connected you are to Him. It’s like computer networking.

The more your faith grows, the better your signal is, the better the connection. You see, God only responds to faith; He has no business with emotions. This shows that as your faith increases, God ‘responsive ability’ in your life also increases. Again, look at our opening scripture.

It shows that how much we would know of God’s righteousness is dependent on how we move from faith to faith. As your faith grows, the righteousness of God revealed in your life also increases.

This shows that if you want to enjoy all the bounties of righteousness; if you want God to exhaust all there is to you, you must have to be consistent in the growing of your faith. Your faith ought to forever be on a perpetual increase.

Faith has no limits to its growth.

The faith to faith principle entails that you do not have to see to believe; rather, you believe to see. Do you know that your faith can so be grown to the level where you begin to function in the place of God while on the earth?

Romans 12:3 says,

“For I say, through the grace given unto me, to every man that is among you, not to think of himself more highly than he ought to think; but to think soberly, according as God hath dealt to every man the measure of faith.”

In every man, there is an apportioned level of faith.

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Scripture refers to it as the measure of faith.

The question I asked myself when I came across this scripture was “If every man has the same amount of faith, why then did Jesus occasionally say to men, O ye of little faith?” When in the literal sense, Jesus had the same amount of faith that they had.

This means that despite the fact that we all have an equal amount of faith; we are not to live with it. Faith is like a seed; we are to ensure it grows and produces much more.

My faith is always in a perpetual increase. I am not stunted in the building of my faith. The righteousness of God is revealed in my life.

Hebrews 11:1, 18-19,40

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