Believe With Your Heart – The Source of Immovable Faith

believe with your heart

Believe with your heart and no contradictory circumstance can move you. Nothing can shake your confidence when you believe with your heart.

Example: Is there anything I could do or say to persuade you that the name you’ve gone by all your life isn’t actually your name?

What if I told you that there’s been a conspiracy plotted against you to get you to believe that the name you’ve gone by all these years was given to you as part of a cruel game being played on you.

When you believe with your heart, it’s settled…it’s a done deal. Nothing and no one can shake your confidence when you believe with your heart.

What if I told you that I could produce court documents to prove that your name really wasn’t your name? How hard would I have to work to get you to believe me?

Well, after you pick yourself up off the floor from laughing hysterically at me, you would probably dismiss me and call the people from the funny farm to come and pick me up.

But why would you disregard what I had to say so strongly? Because you believe with your heart that your name is what it is. When you believe with your heart, it’s settled…it’s a done deal. Nothing and no one can shake your confidence when you believe with your heart.

I’ll even go one step further. Believing with the heart is KNOWING. You don’t believe your name is John, Paul, Sue or whatever it is…you know it. You have a birth certificate to prove it, so the issue of your name being something other than what’s on that birth certificate is a non-issue.

Believe With your Heart – The Source of Immovable Faith

The great news is that we can be just as strong in our belief of what God tells us in His Word as we are about what our name is. Believing with the heart is knowing and this kind of assurance only comes by meditation in God’s Word.

When circumstances rise up to get you to doubt what the Word of God says, take a stand against them. Go get your New Birth Certificate and rest in the assurance that you are, you have and you can do everything the Father God say’s that you are, you have and you can do!

Scripture reference: Psalm 1:1-3

Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked or stand in the way of sinners or sit in the seat of mockers. But his delight is in the law of the Lord, and on His law he meditates day and night. He is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields it’s fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither. Whatever he does prospers.

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2 Comments

  1. thank you for that and such a good example of believing.

    I am and believe I will prosper

    I would like to ask you a strange question, I know the answer will be your opinion however that is what I want, just someone's opinion.

    I read the scriptures a lot and talk to God a lot, however the way God/bible describes things is a lot different than the way we talk. So with that said, how is that the words became what they are for ex. who decided to make a table called a table, where did that word come from. God created the universe, did he also create all the words in the world.

    For example when God spoke he said walketh, so is this his way of talking or maybe just maybe is walketh the real way and someone shortened it.

    Sometimes God talks funny lol

    Just wondering what you thought
    Thank you

    • Hi Laurie,
      Thanks for forcing me to use my gray matter this morning….lol. From what I understand, the bible was originally translated from Hebrew (Old Testament) and Greek (New Testament). The New Testament was translated and written to English speaking people into 1611 Elizabethan English. This is why you see terms like walketh instead of walk.

      As far as how certain items got their names, I can’t help you on that one. I have no clue.

      And lastly, regarding how God talks…I believe He talks just like you talk. God is the master communicator. He comes down to where we are and relates to us in a way that we can understand Him.

      Can you imagine God speaking 1611 English to someone who never went to school and has very limited knowledge of the English language?

      Besides that, what about people who speak hundreds of different languages and dialects all over the world? Not only are bibles printed in hundreds of different languages, but God has to reach our hearts in ways that we can best understand Him.

      Go to http://youtu.be/_nRKt8cPO1k and take a moment to watch this brief video. I put it on the blog some time ago, but I think it can help a little with giving you the answer to your questions.

      I hope this helps….
      Greg

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