Posted by: Pure Glory | 11/25/2020

True Deliverance

by Apostle Gabriel Cross

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  1. Truth!

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  2. Reblogged this on thehouseofprayers.


  3. How can we faithful in storm . What is faith?

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    • Hebrews 11 defines faith as the things hoped for but not yet manifested. Faith comes by believing and faith by the Word of God. Read the Bible and ask the Holy Spirit to help you understand and believe. James says that faith without action is dead. If you believe you take action. We can be faithful in the storm by reading and thinking and believing the Word of God. Rather than looking at the storm, listening to the howling wind, and looking at the big waves, focus on Jesus and his promises. He promised to never leave you and to go with you through the fire so you will not burn and when you go through the flood, you will not drown. Believe, trust and take action. For instance you have faith that a certain chair will hold you without falling apart, so you sit in it.


      • Thank you so much

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      • You are welcome! Blessings of faithnin God!!!💕


  4. There is no way to praise and thank Yahweh enough for what He has saved us from! A lifetime is not even enough. Be Blessed.

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    • Yes! God does so much for us and is worthy of our praise forever. Abundant blessings to you Julia!


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