Why then does the faith of some seem to be stronger than others?
As children of God, we should never say, “I don’t have any faith.” To say this is to say that God is a liar because His Word already tells us that “God has dealt to each one a measure of faith” (Romans 12:3).
Faith is like muscle. We are all born with a measure of muscles. But some of us develop our muscles better than others. Bodybuilders, for example, exercise their muscles very regularly to make them grow bigger and stronger.
Each time you hear or read God’s Word, you are feeding your faith. When you confess God’s Word and expect good things to happen to you, you are using it. And the more you use it, the more your faith grows.
So use your faith. You could start with headaches, for example. When you have a headache, instead of always running straight for your painkillers, use your faith. Ask God for healing, and trust and thank Him for the healing. This may seem odd in our modern age but remember that faithful prayer can be a very powerful tool. Time and time again, we as God's children ask him take afflictions away and he listens. Not always and maybe not in the time we would like but we have to have faith that if we ask we shall receive.
God has a very simple yet powerful way for you to walk above the storm, experience the breakthrough you need, and succeed in every area of life. Your measure of faith grows when we feed and use it. Start using it, believing that it is this measure of the faith that continues to draw from the inexhaustible power of a faithful and loving God.
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