Rhapsody of Realities 8 April 2021 Daily Devotional — Faith Doesn’t Require Physical Evidence

Rhapsody of Realities 8 April 2021 Daily Devotional by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome — Faith Doesn’t Require Physical Evidence

(Thursday 8 April 2021)

TOPIC: Faith Doesn’t Require Physical Evidence

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Key Verse: “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” – Hebrews 11:1

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Rhapsody of Realities Daily Devotional 8 April 2021

MESSAGE:

Assume it was your birthday, and your favourite uncle, rich and generous, called you on the phone to tell you he just bought you a car. You’d believe him and immediately get excited, even though you hadn’t seen the car. That’s faith; it doesn’t require physical evidence. The reason you believe and rejoice is that you trust your uncle’s character; otherwise, you’d express doubt upon receiving the news.

Rhapsody of Realities Daily Devotional 8 April 2021

Similarly, when you think, talk and act based on the integrity of God’s Word, you’re expressing faith, and you’re bound to have extraordinary results.

Someone once lamented how God gave him a specific word about his healing, prosperity and restoration, yet he claimed he didn’t see evidence that the Word came to pass in his life. His language actually manifested unbelief.

Rhapsody of Realities Daily Devotional 8 April 2021

What other evidence is there concerning your blessings and triumphant life besides the Word of God? Become fully persuaded by the Word of God. Don’t wait for any physical manifestation before you take what God says is yours. Accept His Word and live accordingly. Your faith is the manifestation, for faith perceives as fact that which has been declared by the Word.

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CONFESSION:

My faith is active and prevails even now! I anchor my life on God’s Word, and refuse to be swayed by contrary winds or circumstances, for my faith is the title-deed to unseen realities. I walk in the light of my inheritance in Christ, in power and grace, living in divine health and supernatural prosperity. I’m victorious evermore, because I live in and by the Word. Amen.

FURTHER STUDY: Hebrews 11:6; Matthew 15:28

1 YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Luke 11:37-54 & Judges 5-6

2 YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Matthew 28:1-10 & Leviticus 8

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Rhapsody of Realities Daily Devotional was written by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, the President of
LoveWorld Inc., a dynamic, multifaceted, global
ministry. He’s a dedicated minister of God’s
Word whose message has brought the reality of the
divine life to the hearts of many.

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