November 30, Today’s thought – Faith

Good Morning

But without faith it is impossible to please Him;
for he that cometh to God must believe that He is,
and that He is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him.
Hebrews 11:6

Faith is a wonderful key to every situation where we come to God in prayer.
Faith is a wonderful key that open God’s storehouse.
God’s storehouse is filled, shelf after shelf, clear to the top with good things that men and women need.
On the shelves of God’s storehouse there is salvation– a born again experience, victory over the world, the flesh and the devil. On the shelf of God’s storehouse thee is divine healing, there is blessing, there is deliverance for your body as well as your soul and your spirit. On God’s helves is a rich spiritual experience, there is joy unspeakable and full of glory, hope, peace, blessing. and answer to prayer.
Every man, woman, and child may have the key of faith to God’s storehouse put in his hand that he may turn the lock of prayer and swing wide the portals.
Faith moves mountains.
Have you a mountain to move?
Have you a mountain of heartache, despair, discontent, discouragement?
Faith in Jesus Christ, the Son of God can move it.
Faith in the precious blood that flowed from the wounded side of Immanuel can cleanse the heart and make it whiter than the driven snow.
The Lord can move that mountain.
You cannot move it with all the power of your reasoning, not even with your vain imaginations.
What you need is just a little spark of faith down in your heart and it will move the mountain.
The Lord does answer prayer.
Use the key He had placed in your hand.
Have faith in God!
You can look upon those shelves in the storehouse and claim any number of the fruits He as stored thereon.
~ ~ ~ From a newspaper clipping.

Have Faith in God . . .Today
With my prayers, desiring yours, Leslie

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