See The Invisible

1Kgs.17.10 – So he arose and went to Zarephath. And when he came to the gate of the city, behold, the widow woman was there gathering of sticks: and he called to her, and said, Fetch me, I pray thee, a little water in a vessel, that I may drink.

How will God tell me that my sustainability is in the hand of a widow? Not a rich widow but the one that is gathering sticks…… For the just to live and be justified to access his inheritance, he must see the invisible. Elijah was a man of like passion, if there will be activation for abundance, He must see what God saw and believe what God told him.

Fact work against faith! So in the Kingdom you don’t see it before you declare it. You believe first, say what you believe and you see what you believe and live! So for Elijah the Tishibite to live, he must first believe what God told him is true. Yes there is abundance in the house of the widow. There is abundance even with the last flour and oil in the Jar.

Faith in God unlock God’s miracle working power, while doubt make God impotent. When we believe, we commit God to do what He promised. So our faith is a vehicle that take us from realm of promise to performance. With faith we climb the mountain of performance. Even though the widow woman does not look like the one that has what Elijah needed, he never doubted God. God just need a contact, He is the contractor! God is dependable!

Seriously, there may be nothing else to hold on to, there may be nothing to stand upon, I tell you God will never fail Himself. Whatever God tell you will definitely come to pass, so have faith in God

My heart Cry To The Lord

Father shift my focus from the visible fact on ground

Whatever the physical projection grant my heart ability to believe you

If I fail to have faith, I shall die, help my spirit man to believe your word. God you are dependable, I receive grace to depend absolutely on you. Where you lead me is my provision. I will go not withstanding the opposing fact.

I see the Invisible and I access the impossibe

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