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It is, and always has been, the answer to every need of every generation. Is the faith that was once delivered to the saints in jeopardy? This miraculous faith that the early church received was entrusted to the believer. The spirit-filled believer became the custodian of the faith. It was never the intention of the Lord that the recipient become an expert in the realm of the moving of the spirit but remain a novice in the realm of faith. The two are to work hand in hand. When one announces that his topic is going to be faith, the reaction from some is a presumptive conclusion.
Going through this cycle over and over again ... " We realize that this scripture context speaks of the millenium. May I remind us all that he who lives by faith in the Great Commission promises is already claiming the millenial promises by faith. Satan will be bound during the millenium and man will have complete dominion over him. He that by faith is living in the Great Commission promises has power to cast out devils. He has power over sickness. Many believers confess and talk about their sicknesses.
We should not waver. Faith is giving substance to the things hoped for. We lose some of our most promising young graduates. They graduate from Bible College with honors. They go out into the ministry with high hopes and faith. Their faith is giving substance to their calling ... but not fast enough! They are talented people . . the progress is too slow! They become discouraged. Oh, if only they would realize that their faith is giving substance to their "hoped for" ministry. Their ministry will develop!