The quality of your life is determined by the quality of your faith. If you want to better your life, you should better the way you use your faith. The Lord Jesus said:
Then He touched their eyes, saying, “According to your faith, let it be done for you.” And their eyes were opened, ……… Matthew 9:29-30 MEV.
The two blind men believed that they could be healed and have their sight restored. It doesn’t matter whether or not they were born blind, got sick or suffered an accident, they just believed that the Lord Jesus Christ had power to heal them. The Lord Jesus said to them according to your faith, let it be done to you. Now, if that’s how it works, how much should you believe? Your faith determines what happens in your life.
God works by the law of faith. Faith is the currency of the Kingdom of God. When you travel to any country in this world, you find that they have their own currencies. You can not use your own currency that you brought from your native country. You will need to change your currency and get the one from the country you are visiting, then you will be able to buy whatever you need and pay for services. You need both to get the right currency and use it. The same thing applies in the kingdom of God. There’s a currency called faith. Without it you get nothing! In order for your life to change greatly, you need to have faith and use it. That’s why our Lord Jesus asked this question?
He said to them, “Where is your faith?”
Being afraid, they marveled, saying to each other, “Who then is this Man? He commands even the winds and water, and they obey Him.” Luke 8:25 MEV
Yes, where is your faith? You need faith to rebuke the winds and the waves, to move maintains (problems), to get healing, success, etc. The disciples almost lost their lives because they didn’t use their faith. Dear reader, if you could believe and use your faith, all your problems will fall beneath your faith. We invite you to come to the faith school, The Universal church of the Kingdom of God. Come to learn how to receive and use faith.
God bless you.
Bp Frank Rathebe