Three Ways to Strengthen Your Faith

It is a constant effort to maintain one's sense of faith. Pastor Chris gives you tips on how to keep it up.

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The man of God loves to define the “fight of faith” as “the unleashing of your faith in the rebellious circumstances of life.” The word “unleash” tends to suggest the idea of turning “loose from restraint”, implying that there is a release of some sort of “divine aggression.”
Pastor Chris tells us how to stay on the path, explaining that it is simply about maintaining a strong sense of faith.

The Bible says: “Fight the good fight of faith, lay hold on eternal life” (1 Timothy 6:12). Here are three ways we can apply the “fight of faith.”

1. Study and meditate on the word of God.

This is a skill developed that will bolster your devotion to the Lord because it increases awareness.
Matthew 17:20 says, “For verily I say unto you, If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place, and it shall remove, and nothing shall be impossible unto you.”
Consciously keeping your faith is a sure way to have your spiritual reservoir replete. This is necessary when confronted with the “force of rebellious circumstance.”
“No matter how rebellious the circumstance is, they can never withstand the unleashing of your stubborn faith.”

2. Understand your worship

Often when discussing worship, we do not fully understand the essence behind it. According to Pastor Chris, “worship is the recognition and appreciation of the goodness, blessings, kindness, and righteousness of God.” A perfect way to do this is by changing the way you give thanks to God. For example, as Pastor Chris says, “when you give thanks to God and say, “Lord, you’re good; you’re kind; you’ve blessed me; you’re righteous,” etc., you’re defining, recognizing, and appreciating His character.”

3. Be Inspired To Always Win

Pastor Chris likens prayer work to classroom studying. Every child works differently, some study very hard so that they do not fail, perhaps because they failed in some previous exams, others work so that they get high grades. “Though all these students are reading hard, their motivations are different. And this is how it is in life. When someone is working hard doesn’t mean he’s “in the right direction.” It all depends on what his inspiration is.
The man of God tells to always remain inspired and not let the fear of failure get in our way. Choose to be challenged by opportunities and a possible better future. Don’t dwell on your past failures, rather strive for greatness.