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Faith’s Foundation

Faith's FoundationBy Darrell Huffman

Faith is like a house; it must be built on a strong foundation if it is going to stand tests and storms. Faith’s foundation is the Word of God. You cannot build a great faith life without it. The best part about this truth is that the Word of God will never fail. Its success rating stands at 100 percent.

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Faith Is the Language of Heaven

Faith is the Language of HeavenBy Anne Durant

We all have testimonies of different things we’ve gone through. There have been some tremendous tests! But as you probably know, tests come, basically, just to prove what you already know!

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Your Believing Affects Your Receiving

Your Believing Affects Your ReceivingBy Kenneth E. Hagin

In Mark 9:23, Jesus said, “If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth.” According to this and other verses in the Bible, what you believe determines what you receive from the Lord. In other words, your believing affects your receiving.

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Speak to Your Mountain, Not About It

Speak to Your Mountain, Not About ItBy Kenneth W. Hagin

There is a difference between speaking to your mountain and speaking about your mountain. Speaking about your mountain will magnify the problem in your mind. The problem will begin to look bigger and bigger in your sight. But speaking to your mountain keeps things in proper perspective.

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Receiving From God for Yourself

Recieving From GodBy Kenneth E. Hagin

We receive from the Lord in the same way that people in the Bible received from the Lord—whether it is salvation, healing, the baptism in the Holy Spirit, or some other gift God has provided. We receive by faith.

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Possibility Faith—You Can Have It!

Possibility FaithBy Kenneth W. Hagin

Are you falling short in your faith and not receiving what you’re believing for? By learning how to develop possibility faith, you’ll find that turning impossibilities into possibilities isn’t as hard as you think!

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Possessing the Promise

Possessing the PromiseBy Kenneth W. Hagin

When God told the Israelites to go in and possess the Promised Land, it appeared as though the Jordan River was an impenetrable barrier between them and the land of promise. You see, the river was at flood stage, and there was no way to cross it!

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How to Increase Your Faith

How to increase Your FaithBy Kenneth E. Hagin

In teaching on the subject of faith, it is important to show people from the Scriptures that God has not blessed one person with more faith than He has blessed someone else. Folks often see someone prospering according to the Word, whether in his health, his finances, his family, and so forth, and they get the mistaken impression that God must have given that person more faith. So the first thing I want you to know is this: Every believer has been given a measure—the same measure—of the God-kind of faith.

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God Has No Favorites

God Has No FavoritesBy Kenneth E. Hagin

Why don’t some people believe their faith in God will work? I know from experience that a lot of people have faith in my faith and in the faith of others. But they don’t have confidence that their own faith in God will work. For some reason, they don’t believe in themselves. The reason for their unbelief is that they don’t know what the Bible teaches about who they are in Christ. They need to find out.

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Forget Not!

Forget Not!By Kenneth W. Hagin

When you meditate on all of God’s promises and establish them deep in your heart, you will begin to reap those blessings as you walk according to God’s Word. In fact, the blessings of God will overtake you as you forget not all His benefits!

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Forgive and See Your Faith Set Free!

Forgive and See Your Faith Set FreeBy Debbie Varney

Until we are born again, we live in a kingdom dominated by darkness, fear, hate, strife, and worry. But after we’re born again, we have the love of God in our hearts, and we can love like God loves (Rom. 5:5).