Negative faith


Staying positive all the time is harder than it seems. However, no matter what, we cannot allow ourselves to fall into the enemies trap. Evil always brings the negative responses to us and we are the ones who chose to accept them or not. To shake your faith and make you doubt everything you believe in, evil uses just one word.

Maybe you went to the doctor to do an annual mammogram test. You took the test and are waiting for the results in the waiting room. Then a woman comes out of the doctor’s office holding her breast, crying and feeling pain. It seems she just got bad news. Immediately the enemy gives you a message. He tells you ,“You’re next!” That lady came out sick, crying and in pain and the same thing is going to happen to you.

If you don’t immediately reject that thought, then whatever you see is what will happen to you because you are using negative faith.

If your faith is the type of faith that lives by what you see, then when you see something bad, it goes into your mind causes fear and doubt. Like the visit to the doctor that I just mentioned. When you use negative faith you become a person who by the time you get to see the doctor you are already limping.

If your faith is negative, you are always expecting the worse.

Always remember, we don’t walk by sight, we don’t walk by what we see, we walk by faith. As the Apostle Paul said,

For we walk by faith, not by sight.2 Corinthians 5:7

May the God of the Bible bless all of you!

Bishop Bira Fonseca 

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