July 16, 2018 by maryruwe
This week is a short message and testimony of how we stand in faith, believing God to meet a need. Most of us have heard and said this powerful confession of faith: “For with God nothing is impossible”. (Luke 1:37) These words encourage us to continue to stand in faith until the promise is received; either for ourselves or with and for someone else. So let’s get started; this is how I stand in faith, from my heart to yours.
Because nothing is impossible with God, that means that healing and good health are possible. That means that good finances and prosperity are possible, and good relationships with family and friends, and yes, even co-workers are possible. No matter how bad a situation looks to us, with God everything has the opportunity to change for the better with faith – in God.
Help me Lord to stand strong for my healing and good health because you sent Your Word (Jesus) to heal me and by His stripes I am healed. I believe that you will restore health unto me and heal me of my wounds. I believe that You, O Lord, will bring health and a cure, and reveal to me the abundance of peace and truth; giving me perfect peace as I keep my mind on you; I trust you Lord. (John 1:1,14; Psalm 103:2-3, 107:20, Isaiah 53:5, 1 Peter 2:24, Jeremiah 30:17, 33:6, Isaiah 26:3)
Help me Lord to stand strong for finances and prosperity because you promise in You Word that in my obedience to pay my tithe, you will open the windows of heaven and pour out a blessing for me and that for my sake You will rebuke the devourer who wants to bring destruction to me; that when I give it shall be given to me good measure, pressed down and running over. I understand Lord that how I give will determine how it will be given to me. Generosity and a cheerfulness of heart open doors of abundance, but stinginess, selfishness, and a bad attitude bring sorrow with any reward. (Malachi 3:8-12, Luke 6:38, Proverbs 15:13)
I thank you Lord for teaching me that how I treat my relationships with family, friends, co-workers, neighbors and those I come into contact with while shopping etc, are all opportunities to share Your love for them. Help me Lord to be slow to anger so I don’t stir up strife; to give soft answers to turn away grievous words spoken by others. Help me Lord to speak the truth with love; to be swift to listen and slow to speak so I will hear properly what others are saying, and to be kind, tenderhearted and forgiving even as You Lord have forgiven me. (Proverbs 15:18, 15:1, Ephesians 4:15, James 1:18, Ephesians 4:32)
I pray that this message is an encouragement to you in your stand of faith for all your needs.