Breaking Boundaries, Part 2: Setting the Faith Limits

Jesus said during his earthly ministry, “According to your faith so shall it be done.” Therefore, it is necessary for us to examine our faith levels. Whenever Jesus’ disciples acquiesced to circumstances, he attributed it to their “little faith.” What is faith? Believing that the word of God is true. Abraham had strong faith, because he believed God. Weak faith doesn’t accomplish much. Anything that requires more than weak faith will not happen unless others are standing with us. That is the prayer of agreement. And each time we use our faith, it grows.

Beware of the statement often heard in Christian circles that says, “God answers prayer three ways: yes, no, and wait.” That is a fallacy, and not found in God’s word. Learn how to find the upper limits of faith-filled prayer. Surround yourself with faith-filled people to grow and walk in faith. You can start in the fellowship of Lion of Judah Worship Center today! Check out this message delivered by Dr. Dowdy on May 7, 2017, with key Bible verses Matthew 9:27–30.

Matthew 9:27–30 AMP:
27 As Jesus went on from there, two blind men followed Him, screaming loudly, “Have mercy and compassion on us, Son of David (Messiah)!” 28 When He went into the house, the blind men came up to Him, and Jesus said to them, “Do you believe [with a deep, abiding trust] that I am able to do this?” They said to Him, “Yes, Lord.” 29 Then He touched their eyes, saying, “According to your faith [your trust and confidence in My power and My ability to heal] it will be done to you.”


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