Do You Really Believe?

Abraham Lincoln once said, “to believe in the things you can see and touch is no belief at all; but to believe in the unseen is a triumph and a blessing”.

It’s difficult to believe in things you can’t see or haven’t experienced, isn’t it? I don’t blame you if you are having difficulty. However, that is what faith is all about. The Biblical definition of faith is the confidence of things hoped for and the assurance about what we do not see (Hebrews 11:1). It’s pretty much the same thing…believing in something you don’t see.

When you can believe in the unseen, that’s when miracles start to happen. That’s when your dreams start coming true. Once again I understand that this is often difficult. I recommend two things you can do. They have helped me and I share them with you. The first is to simply pray for God’s help. It may feel weird praying for the faith that you are already supposed to have, but God will certainly help you. Second, visualize what you want to happen and being the person you want to be. The more you visualize, the more you will automatically begin to believe your desire as already coming true, and the more likely you will take the steps to make it happen.

Too many times, people don’t believe, simply because they base their faith on what they currently see. They see a low bank account, an unfit body, an unsatisfying job or relationship. Please know that what you want already exists in the spiritual realm. This is what you need to put your faith in. In many cases, God is just waiting for you to believe before He releases it to to you in the physical world. it won’t happen until you really believe. So do you?

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2 Responses to Do You Really Believe?

  1. So much truth in this message. Thank you.

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