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Common Faith mistakes in our Christian walk Manager’s Choice
Edwin Yaola–Founding Director- Ties that Binds Community Mission Services Ministry Inc.
Number one common mistake is trying to believe something that God has not promised us. Faith, without a promise on which to stand on is not really faith at all- it is foolishness. Before asking God for anything, first ask yourself the question – which scripture in the bible promise me what I desire? Unless you have a promise, you have no faith.
Second mistake is being ignorant on meeting the conditions and terms of the promise for example many of us Christians quote from psalm 37 and claiming that God will give us the desires of our heart. That is what we believe for. However Here is what the bible actually say “….delight yourselves in the lord; and He will give you the desires of your heart, commit your ways to the Lord, trust also in Him, and He will do it” psalm 37:1-5. Unless we are meeting the conditions we have no right to receive the blessing promised. Our faith has no foundation.
Examine the context of the promise found in Philippians 4:19 one will discover that it is not a promise given to all Christians Rather, it is a promise given to those Christians who are givers themselves. Paul certainly knew that God would supply all the Philippians needs because they had just sent him an offering. Have a look also of Mathew 6:33 and Malachi 3:8-12. Before we Endeavour to believe God for something, we should ask ourselves “Am I meeting all the conditions and terms accompanying the promise?”
Mathew 11:22-24 we see the third common mistake. Here the condition Jesus stated is to believe that we have received when we pray. Many of Christian mistakenly tries to exercise their faith by believing that they have received when they see the answer to their prayer. They believe that they are going to receive and not that they have received. When we ask God for something that has promised us, we should believe we have received the answer when we pray and begin thanking God for the answer right then. We should believe we have the answer before we see it. We should make our request with thanksgiving. (Philippians 4:6)