God’s Power

When you allow God to infuse you with His power, you will also become a mighty force for God. The question is, will you determine to take the power and the love of God into every place He leads you to go so others can hear the Good News?

3 Ways to Activate the Spirit of Increase

3 Ways to Activate the Spirit of Increase

 

 

Did you know that it’s God’s will for you to increase in every area of life?

 

We know that we are redeemed from the curse of the law, and that we are called to be a blessing. The word blessed in Hebrew means “empowered to prosper and increase.”

 

Do you know the full extent of that promise? The Bible says that God sends forth His Word to accomplish His will, and it will not return to Him void (Isaiah 55:11). God expects us to continually access His Blessing–His Spirit of Increase in everything that we do.

 

Psalm 115:14, KJV, says “The Lord shall increase you more and more, you and your children.” It’s God’s will that you and your descendants increase in every area of life.

 

Are you experiencing Kingdom increase and fullness in every area of life? If not, here are three things that will help you get on the path to increase.

 

  1. Understand That Increase is God’s Will

 

The Lord created mankind to expand. Genesis 1:28, KJV, says, “God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth.” God’s original intent for mankind was to increase and have dominion. His will has not changed.

 

3 John 2 says, “Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth” (KJV). God wants you prosperous! God wants you healthy! God wants you wise! It is His express will that you live in a perpetual state of increase–taking dominion and living a life of success.

 

The word blessing means “increase and abundance,” whereas the closest definition of curse is “decrease and loss” according to the Jewish commentator Ibn Ezra. Think about that.

 

Jesus said, “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly” (John 10:10, KJV).

 

God’s will is for you to live a more abundant life–exceedingly abundantly above all you can ask or think, according to Ephesians 3:20, (KJV)! And Galatians 3:13-14, KJV, says that Jesus redeemed us from the curse of the law–that curse of decrease and loss–so that THE BLESSING of Abraham–increase and abundance–could come upon us.

 

That’s great news!

 

  1. Believe the Word of God

 

That sounds so simple and obvious, but are you doing it?

 

Mark 4:24-25, KJV, says, “And he said unto them, Take heed what ye hear: with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you: and unto you that hear shall more be given. For he that hath, to him shall be given: and he that hath not, from him shall be taken even that which he hath.”

 

It may seem unfair to take away from those that have not and give to those who have, but listen to what the Lord is saying here. Our level of increase is directly related to the amount of faith we have in the Word of God. Jesus is basically saying that we decide how much increase we will experience. If you hear the Word and believe it–mixing it with faith–you will increase. If you hear the Word and mix it with doubt and unbelief, you will decrease.

 

God wants us to seek first His kingdom and His righteousness (Matthew 6:33), guard our hearts (Proverbs 4:23), meditate on His Word (Joshua 1:8), and believe what we hear (Hebrews 11:6). When you meditate on God’s Word, giving heed to what you hear and mixing it with faith, it will result in increase. An increase of faith. An increase of blessing. An increase of wisdom.

 

However, you can’t look at the Word once, and walk away expecting a miracle. James 1:23-24 talks about the man who walks away after hearing the Word and forgets it. You must diligently seek the Lord and study His Word to experience great increase in your life.

 

Remember the parable of the sower in Matthew 13? Those that bring forth fruit–30, 60 and one hundredfold are those who hear the Word and receive it. Something more happens to these people than just hearing the Word–they mix it with faith, and it brings forth fruit!

 

Change your thinking from worldly unbelief and begin thinking faith thoughts. Believe that it truly is God’s will to prosper and increase you. Do not be conformed to this world (Romans 12:2)–that negative and hopeless way that the world thinks. But be transformed–changed into the image of Christ–by the renewing of your mind.

 

That means that you should stop looking at what the world says about you and start believing what the Word says about you. That’s the way you prove what God’s will is! You get to prove that God’s Word is right! You don’t have to take somebody else’s word for it–you can prove what the Word says!

 

  1. Speak Increase

 

God calls those things that are not as though they already exist, according to Romans 4:17–and you should too. You have been created in His image to do the same things that He does. When your finances look bleak, speak to them. When your body looks sick, speak to it. When your faith is weak and you feel afraid, speak! Speak to your mountain!

 

“For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he says” (Mark 11:23, KJV; also see Matthew 21:21, 17:20; Luke 17:6).

 

If you believe that the things you say will come to pass, they will! You shall have whatsoever you say! That’s an amazing promise. Speak to your body. Speak to your finances. Speak to your children’s lives. They were created to expand and carry on a legacy. Every single part of your life was meant to expand and increase. You were created in the image of God and the Word says that His kingdom is ever expanding.

 

So no longer be subject to your circumstances. Rise up and understand that you were created for increase! 

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Can God Trust You With Wealth?

Can God Trust You With Wealth? 7 Traits He’s Looking For

 

Do you have the traits of a person God can trust with wealth? Find out the seven traits He’s looking for!

Fact: Lottery winners are more likely to declare bankruptcy within three to five years than the average American.

Fact: After only two years of retirement, 78% of NFL players are either broke or struggling financially.

Fact: Within five years of retirement, 60% of NBA players are broke.

The lesson? Financial success means a lot more than just having money. Gloria Copeland says, “One thing about wealth—it can come quickly, and it can go quickly.”

These once-rich people lost everything because they didn’t know how to handle wealth. And there’s only one right way to manage financial abundance—God’s way.

God has created a process of empowerment called THE BLESSING, and it is designed to make us prosper in all things and to make us rich. Despite what some Christians say, rich is not a curse word—it’s a BLESSING word. Poverty is under the curse, and we’ve been redeemed from the curse.

God’s will for you is prosperity in every area of your life—and that includes wealth. But knowing the great dangers of money without godly stewardship, He doesn’t give it to anyone and everyone. You have to be a candidate for increase.

Can God trust you with wealth? Here are seven traits He’s looking for.

1. You See Yourself as a Steward, Not an Owner

“Remember the Lord your God, for it is he who gives you power to get wealth.” –Deuteronomy 8:18 (NKJV)

Most Christians sound something like this:

“It’s my money. I worked for it.”

They receive their paychecks and feel entitled—they earned them, after all. The problem with this way of thinking is that it doesn’t recognize the true Giver of wealth. Everything we have that enables us to gain wealth comes from God—our talents, abilities, opportunities and favor. When God blesses you with money—any amount of money—He is entrusting it to you, but it still belongs to Him.

The first step to becoming a candidate for increase—someone God can trust with wealth—is to see yourself as a steward, not an owner of the money you have. As you acknowledge that the Lord is the One who gives you the power to become rich, you keep yourself in a posture of humility and allow God to direct your decisions. It keeps you free from toiling, free from worry and free from temptations. It will keep you prospering!

The first step to becoming a candidate for increase—someone God can trust with wealth—is to see yourself as a steward, not an owner of the money you have. As you acknowledge that the Lord is the One who gives you the power to become rich, you keep yourself in a posture of humility and allow God to direct your decisions. It keeps you free from toiling, free from worry and free from temptations. It will keep you prospering!

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2. You Are Godly Rich, Not Worldly Rich

“Ill-gotten treasures have no lasting value.” –Proverbs 10:2 (NIV)

Once you see yourself as a steward, you’ll need to be one who behaves in a godly way when it comes to wealth. There is a worldly way to be rich and a godly way to be rich. Do you know the difference?

Isaiah 32:7-8 defines the character traits of each.

The Worldly Rich vs. The Godly Rich

  • Use fraudulent methods to gain wealth vs. Honest and generous
  • Self-focused vs. God- and others-focused
  • Motivated to increase for the sake of acquiring vs. Motivated to increase for the sake of distributing
  • Use people to get things vs. Use things to love people

The Bible is clear—whether wealth is good or bad depends on who has the money. If not handled in a godly manner, money is dangerous. But there is nothing wrong with having enough money to live debt free, live blessed, support your church, spread the gospel and minister to the poor. That’s THE BLESSING!

Above all, Gloria Copeland shares the real difference: “There is a one-word difference between the godly rich and the worldly rich—peace.”

3. You Protect Your Wealth Through Tithing

“Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse.” –Malachi 3:10 (NIV)

If you see yourself as a steward and behave as a godly wealthy individual, tithing is a no-brainer for you. In fact, you don’t see tithing as giving away your money, you know you protect your wealth through tithing, and wouldn’t dream of withholding it.

Tithing is chock full of spiritual blessing, but when it comes to being someone God can trust with money, it accomplishes several things:

  1. It is an exercise that keeps your focus in the right place—on God.
  2. It keeps you in obedience to God and protects you from the devourer (Malachi 3:11).
  3. It keeps you from thinking too highly of yourself.
  4. It keeps you in a spirit of expectancy with God—knowing you will receive a return.

Discover your 3 Tithers’ Rights HERE.

This heart attitude is essential because, as Gloria Copeland says, “If you’re too tight to tithe, you’re too tight to let THE BLESSING in.”

Think about the aperture of a camera. Adjusted by the lens, it opens and closes to different degrees to determine how much light can reach the film or image sensor. If a photographer doesn’t open the aperture enough, the light can’t get in to take the picture. Simply put—little opening, little light, big opening, big light.

Tithing is the lens into our financial blessing. It opens the flow for blessing to come back to you. Proverbs 11:24 says it this way: “One person gives freely, yet gains more; another withholds what is right, only to become poor” (CSB).

You may have noticed that those who hang onto money the tightest seem to be the ones who always need it the most. On the other hand, learning to give freely to the Lord is the gem of tithing and a great enlightenment of mercy. It gets you out of poverty and over into God’s system of blessing.

4. You’re Known for Your Generosity

“Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously.” –2 Corinthians 9:6 (NIV)

Christian financial advisor Dave Ramsey says, “The wallet is a great window into the soul.” In other words, the way we use our money is a good indicator of the condition of our hearts toward God. When you’re known for your generosity, you have a critical trait God is looking for in those He can trust with wealth.

God can trust a generous heart with wealth. He knows those who freely give can have money without money having them. But a hoarder will not receive a blessing because there is no seed to bless—no crop to reap.

If you’re not one who gives generously, it’s not too late! As the steward of God’s money, ask Him regularly, “God, what do You want me to do with Your money?” Then, let Him lead you.

Be generous with people who work for you. Be generous in your giving to your church, ministries or charities. Be a generous tipper! Christians should be the biggest tippers out there. Bless people. Don’t hold so tightly to your money. Be one whom God can trust to give more and more wealth.

David Green, founder and CEO of retail giant Hobby Lobby, tells a story in his book, Giving It All Away…And Getting It Back Again, about the power of living generously.

There’s a phrase common in some Christian circles that goes, “You can’t out-give God.” I tossed that phrase around myself more than once. Then…God seemed to say to me, “Well, you haven’t really tried, have you?”

David Green decided to increase his giving dramatically. His company significantly increased right after that. That pattern continued over and over until he reached a point that he was giving far beyond anything he could ever imagine. The more the company has grown, the more they’ve given, and then they keep increasing. “We truly cannot seem to get ahead of Him,” David says.

God can trust those who have generous hearts with great wealth. Can He trust you?

 

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5. You Put God First, Even in Abundance

“Seek first the kingdom of God.” –Matthew 6:33 (NKJV)

People with deep needs will often pursue God fervently; but oftentimes when Christians grow in wealth, their hearts grow cold and they forget God. They’ll pass the poverty test, but fail the prosperity test.

That happens when people fail to keep God’s Word first place in their lives. To be a person God can trust with wealth, you will be a person who puts God first place, even in abundance.

Watch Gloria Copeland and George Pearsons teach you how staying steady on the Word will open the door to supernatural wealth.

If you’re believing God for wealth, or already have it, Gloria Copeland has some advice for you: “When all your needs are met, remember where you got it. Remember that it was God who gave you the power to get wealth. One thing about wealth—it can come quickly, and it can go quickly.”

If you’re believing God for wealth, or already have it, Gloria Copeland has some advice for you: “When all your needs are met, remember where you got it. Remember that it was God who gave you the power to get wealth. One thing about wealth—it can come quickly, and it can go quickly.”

 

6. You Don’t Put Your Trust in Your Wealth

“Command those who are rich in this present world not to…put their hope in wealth, which is so uncertain, but to put their hope in God, who richly provides us with everything for our enjoyment.” –1 Timothy 6:17 (NIV)

When you put God first, you’re also putting your trust in Him. When you’re trusting God, you don’t put your trust in your wealth. You don’t worry about how you’ll pay your bills or if you’ll have enough to pay for your child’s college tuition. You don’t feel pressure to claw your way to the top at your workplace, and you certainly don’t save twisty ties in a big jar “just in case.”

Matthew 19:24 says, “It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich person to enter the kingdom of God” (ESV). Notice this verse says it is difficult, but not impossible. In response to the disciples’ concern over this, Jesus assures them, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible” (verse 26, ESV).

Why is it impossible with man alone?

One reason is that it is so tempting to trust in money. It seems to have the answer to everything we need and want. Yet, some of the most unhappy people on earth are the wealthiest. True happiness, peace, joy and love come from God alone.

Abundance is the cherry on top, not the foundation of real security.

When you’re following God—obeying Him in all your ways, seeking Him with all your heart, and trusting Him with your life—money will just be an added bonus, but you’ll hold it loosely.

When you trust in riches, you’ll be up all night wondering what you’re going to do about one financial situation or another. You’ll be worried about paying bills. When you trust in God, Gloria Copeland sums it up well when she says, “Faith sleeps at night.”

Are you really making God your Source? Find out HERE.

7. You Are Not Even the Slightest Bit Prideful About Your Wealth

“Command those who are rich in this present world not to be arrogant.” –1 Timothy 6:17 (NIV)

As much as trusting in riches is a threat to your spiritual well-being and financial security, pride is an even greater threat. And…you don’t have to be rolling in money for pride about it to set in. You can be proud of a small purchase, a house, a car or a gift you’ve given.

Pride in any area of life is a BIG DANGER to your spiritual health. It not only blocks healing and puts you in a position to experience a fall, it keeps you from being a candidate for wealth or even from keeping the wealth you have.

With wealth comes the temptation to think you are superior to others. When pride creeps in, those with wealth can use their money to control others. There have even been wealthy church congregants who have tried to control a pastor’s decision with their money! That’s pride, and it’s not God’s system.

If you are one God can trust with wealth, you are not even the slightest bit prideful about your wealth. You walk in humility—setting yourself aside to meet the needs of others.

When money comes into a person’s life, if they don’t maintain a place of humility, then that money will start to control them, and they will not be led by the Spirit.

Can God trust you with wealth? These seven traits He’s looking for will help you know. If you’re not quite there, don’t be discouraged! Not one person on the earth does not have to work continually at each of these. You can become a candidate for increase. YOU can be the one God can trust with wealth!

Can God trust you with wealth? These seven traits He’s looking for will help you know. If you’re not quite there, don’t be discouraged! Not one person on the earth does not have to work continually at each of these. You can become a candidate for increase. YOU can be the one God can trust with wealth!

 

[i] https://www.cnbc.com/2017/08/25/heres-why-lottery-winners-go-broke.html

[ii] https://www.huffpost.com/entry/why-athletes-go-broke-and_b_6812864

 

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Join the 21-Day Faith Revolution!

Join the 21-Day Faith Revolution!

 

Are you ready for a revolution in your life? Join the 21-Day Faith Revolution and watch your victory unfold right before your eyes!

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Can you change your life in 21 days? Absolutely! Research shows it takes 21 days to create a new habit. The kind of faith that moves mountains isn’t built in a day—it develops over time, but in 21 days, you can develop a new way of thinking and living that can last a lifetime. Faith isn’t something that shows up only in emergencies—it’s a lifestyle.

To make a change like that, you’re going to need an overhaul in the way you think, speak and live—a faith revolution. The definition of a revolution is a dramatic, wide-reaching change in the way people think about something.

The result? A new lease on life—hope, joy, peace…breakthrough. In a word—VICTORY.

It’s time we stop settling for second best—living in the expectations of the world—and step out into our calling. That calling is FAITH. It’s guaranteed to please God, and He’s already given us the steps to get there.

It’s time to make faith a way of life, and let the revolution spread from family to family, church to church and city to city. It’s time to start a movement of believers who are willing to take their faith to the next level—to believe bigger, reach higher, resist fear stronger and live bolder than ever before.

Are you ready to join the faith revolution? Here’s what to do: For the next 21 days, create a new habit of faith by engaging in each of the daily activities. Your life will be changed so much, you’ll start spreading the revolution just by living out your faith!

Find A Prayer for a Faith Revolution in Your Life HERE.

Day 1: Move the Word of God to the Front of the Line

Does the Word of God always seem to end up at the end of your to-do list? The Word of God is what will start a faith revolution in your life. This is where it all begins, and here’s how to start:

  • Purchase a one-year Bible or print out a daily reading plan HERE.
  • Don’t just read and study the Bible, ask the Holy Spirit to help you read every word through His leading. You may have read a certain verse a thousand times, but it will become fresh, new revelation under the influence of the Holy Spirit.

Day 2: Carve Out a Regular Prayer Time

Life too busy to pray? It’s revolution time!

  • Determine to set a regular time to pray for the next 21 days. You may have to set an alarm for 15 minutes earlier than usual, but you’ll be amazed at how much you can accomplish in the spirit realm in a short time, and the impact it will make on your day.
  • Pray A Prayer for a Faith Revolution in Your Life HERE.

Day 3: Pray in the Spirit

  • If you’ve never prayed in the Holy Spirit (tongues), it’s time to give it a try! It can feel uncomfortable at first, but the more you practice, the better you’ll get. You can try praying in the spirit silently to yourself first, then move into a quiet whisper. Before long, you’ll be praying boldly!
    • Ask the Holy Spirit to give you the ability to pray in the spirit. If you’re filled with the Spirit, it’s in there. You just have to put faith to it.
    • Need help? Learn more about receiving the baptism in the Holy Spirit HERE.

Day 4: Pray With Praise and Thanksgiving

  • Today, focus your prayers on praise and thanksgiving. Don’t ask for anything—just worship.
    • Try to make this a habit each morning for at least 5 to 10 minutes, and then throughout the day. Worshipping the Lord is the key to supernatural breakthrough—but it has to be a lifestyle, not an event.

Day 5: Study Healing Scriptures

Even if you don’t need healing in your body today, healing scriptures can keep you living in divine health. They also prepare you with an arsenal for those times the enemy tries to put sickness on your body.

  • Find a list of Gloria Copeland’s favorite healing scriptures HERE.
  • Find the healing scriptures that healed Dodie Osteen of terminal cancer HERE.

Day 6: Forgive

Do you really want to see a faith revolution in your life? Forgive. The Bible tells us that faith works by love, and Jesus said when we stand praying, we must forgive. He tied that condition to receiving from God when we pray.

  • Today, sit down with a pen and paper (maybe a yellow pad!), and be quiet before the Lord.
  • Ask Him to reveal to you anyone you haven’t forgiven in your life. (This could go way back.)
  • Write down everyone who comes to mind. This could be individuals or even an entire group like a neighborhood, a church or a school.
  • There may be tiny, little “nothings” on the list, but those are important, too! It’s the small foxes that ruin the vines.
  • Then, ask God to help you forgive. It often takes supernatural help, doesn’t it?
  • From this day forward, keep your forgiveness list empty. Every time someone offends you, forgive immediately. Your faith will flow in ways you never dreamed possible!

Day 7: Give to Those in Need

What does giving have to do with faith? When we act in obedience to God’s Word, we position ourselves for victory in every area of our lives. Giving is sowing, and God says it will return to us.

  • Find a local food bank and donate canned items, clothing or anything else they need.
    • Donate time or money to a local shelter.
    • Know someone struggling in your church family? Bless them financially or start a meal chain for them.

Day 8: Focus on Your Words    

Today, be extra mindful of your words.

  • Don’t speak negatively about ANYTHING.
  • Don’t complain, grumble or gossip.
  • Speak the Word of God only about anything you see or hear.
  • Ask yourself, “Am I speaking fear or faith? Doubt or belief? Am I tearing down or building up?”

Day 9: Focus on Your Thoughts    

Yesterday, we focused on our words. Today, we will focus on our thoughts. Why? Because our words are the direct result of those thoughts. So, while you were getting a hold of your words yesterday, now you’ll be focusing on what is fueling those words.

  • When a negative or critical thought comes to mind, tune in. Start making a habit of recognizing those thoughts.
  • Remember, we don’t fight thoughts with thoughts—we fight thoughts with words. So, when a wrong thought comes, immediately speak truth.
  • For example, if you think something negative about another person, stop. Speak out, “I do not have a critical spirit. I have a spirit of power, love and a sound mind. I love this person with the love of God, and I do not hold any offense against him.”

Day 10: Study Scriptures About Finances    

Today, we are going to study scriptures about finances. This is how we will build our faith to receive God’s best. The more you feed your spirit with the truth of God’s Word, the easier it will be to believe for and receive debt-freedom, promotion, increase and wealth.

  • Find 70 Scriptures That Prove God Is Your Source HERE.
  • Speak Confessions for Financial Victory HERE.
  • Work through the KCM 10-Day Action Plan for Financial Breakthrough HERE.
  • Conduct your own study! God will reveal the scriptures you need most.

Day 11: Watch a Teaching About Walking in Love    

Today, we are focusing on our love walk, which is what fuels our faith!

  • Choose a teaching on VICTORY™ or on YouTube® to feed your faith.
  • Watch Kenneth Copeland teach why faith won’t work without love HERE.

Day 12: Read a Book That Will Feed Your Faith    

  • Today, go to the library or bookstore (or online!) and find a book that will feed your faith—then read it!
  • For devotionals, try Andrew Murray’s Absolute Surrender or Jeremy and Sarah Pearsons’ new devotional, From Glory to Glory.
  • For learning and growing, try Kenneth Hagin’s The Believer’s Authority, How You Can Be Led by the Spirit of God or Love: The Way to Victory.
  • For building faith, try God’s Will Is Prosperity by Gloria Copeland, THE BLESSING of The LORD Makes Rich by Kenneth Copeland, or Ever-Increasing Faith by Smith Wigglesworth.
  • For healing, try what Kenneth Copeland calls “the best book on healing ever written”: God’s Will to Heal by Keith Moore—Download this book FREE HERE.

Day 13: Watch Healing Testimonies on YouTube®   

Today, we will feed our faith for divine health and healing by watching powerful healing testimonies! This is a great way to build your faith in the area of healing.

Day 14: Pray Scriptures   

Today, we are going to focus on praying God’s Word. Rather than just making requests, we will make our prayers an act of speaking God’s Word to Him and expecting Him to respond. Isaiah 55:11 says His Word will not return void. Praying our own words is taking a shot at receiving an answer. Praying His Word means we hit the bullseye every time!

  • Purchase a journal and fill it up with categorized scriptures. On one page, you might have a list of verses about financial blessing, on another, scriptures about healing or family relationships.
  • As you pray, refer to the list you’ve made and pray God’s Word to Him. No begging or pleading—just pray His Word. Then, thank Him for the answer!

Day 15: Ask for Forgiveness   

It may be tempting, but don’t skip this one! Is there someone you may have offended? An area where you weren’t as honest as you could’ve been? Maybe you gossiped to a co-worker and brought them into your wrong choice. Perhaps you were short with your spouse.

  • Whatever it is, humble yourself. Ask for forgiveness. God exalts us when we humble ourselves—the reward is worth the small discomfort!
  • Repent before God for those areas that need correcting. Be specific! Ask for His help in getting this area right going forward.
  • Receive forgiveness. This is so important to your faith. Condemnation will keep you from receiving from God.

Day 16: Go After Fear   

Today, we are going after fear with a vengeance. Fear is a big hindrance to faith, so we’ve got to get serious about moving it out of our lives. If you have worry, stress, anxiety or shame—you’re living in fear. And it’s got to go. Fear and faith oppose one another and keep your faith from growing. Here’s how we’ll tackle fear and drive it out for good.

  • Today, and every day from now on, pay attention to any worried, stressful or fearful thoughts that come into your mind.
  • Avoid television programming that feeds fear (i.e., unsolved mystery news programs, violent films, horror movies, negative TV series)
  • Fight back fearful, stressed thoughts with your words. Have some scriptures handy that you can use to combat any fearful thoughts.
  • Speak out loud, “Fear, I resist you in Jesus’ Name. Now go from me!”

Day 17: Tune In to the Holy Spirit 

Are you listening to the Holy Spirit every minute of every day? Sound impossible? It isn’t! But it does involve creating a new habit. (That’s what the Faith Revolution is all about!) Today, we’re focusing on tuning in to the Spirit. Here’s how to approach this:

  • At the beginning of the day, ask the Lord to help you tune in and hear His leading.
  • With every decision (what to say or do and where to go), stop for a moment and listen for His leading.
  • Make decisions slower than you normally would. Let people know you’ll get back to them instead of answering right away.
  • Give yourself enough quiet time throughout the day to really hear from God.
  • Listen to Keith Moore teach you how to be Spirit-led, rather than head-led, emotion-led or people-led HERE.

Day 18: Tell Someone Your Glory Story   

Today, we are going to focus on sharing our glory story (or stories!) with others. This helps to build the faith of others, while reminding ourselves of all God has done for us, which builds our own faith!

  • Make a list of the miracles you’ve seen in your life.
  • When you talk to someone on the phone, sit with your spouse or visit your grandchildren, take the time to share a story of the goodness of God in your life.
  • Repeating the good things God has done is a powerful tool in building your faith!

Day 19: Practice Patience   

Today, we are going to practice patience. If you said, “I don’t have time for that!” you’re in the right place.

Faith and patience are the power twins. That’s why faith won’t work without patience. So mastering patience is critical to your faith revolution.

  • Practice patience in your everyday life—on the roads, in stores, with your spouse. In doing so, you will become more proficient at using patience in your spiritual life, as well.
  • Have you become impatient in something you’re believing God for? Take the time to get with the Lord, and ask Him to reveal to you how to operate in patience in this area.
  • Study scriptures about the faith greats and how they used patience to get to the promise. Mimic their prayers and actions. Ask God to show you the areas in your life that need correcting (there is always something!) and focus on becoming obedient rather than on what you aren’t receiving.

Day 20: Participate in a Fast   

Today, we are going to participate in a fast for 24 hours. (Please do not do this without checking with your doctor first, and only do so if your current medical condition permits it.)

  • During this time, we will not consume food: only water, herbal tea or bone broth. (You may tailor this to suit your own needs, such as including juice.)
  • Focus on spending time with the Lord, praying and listening for the voice of the Holy Spirit.
  • Allow the Lord to bring up revelation you’ve received over the course of this faith revolution.

Questions about fasting? Find the answers you need HERE.

Day 21: Engage in a Time of Reflection   

Today, we are going to reflect on what changes we’ve seen in our lives over the last 21 days.

  • Take the time to journal or pray about what you’ve learned and how you want to change moving forward.
  • In your journal, ask and answer the following questions:
    • How have I changed over the last 21 days?
    • What has God revealed to me during this time?
    • What breakthroughs in my finances, health or relationships have come to pass?
    • What can I do to make this faith revolution a way of life?

Congratulations! You completed the 21-Day Faith Revolution! Twenty-one days of stirring up mountain-moving faith. How did you do? Has anything changed in your life? Let us know in the comments below. You can choose to work through this 21-Day journey a second or third time to renew your mind and make living a life of faith one that is second nature, and more and more victorious. Whatever you do, stay the course and run your race with perseverance!

Watch Kenneth Copeland teach about the force of mountain-moving faith.

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The Quickest Way to Become a Faith Giant Who Wins Every Time

The Quickest Way to Become a Faith Giant Who Wins Every Time

 

You don’t have to spend a lifetime studying faith before you can see results. Learn the quickest way to become a faith giant who wins every time.

READING TIME: 7 MINutes

Do you feel like you’re going around and around the same mountain? Maybe it seems like you’re standing in faith and believing for financial breakthrough, healing or a miracle in your marriage, only to find yourself back in the same place again. Faith is a lifelong pursuit, but miracles and victories are for every day. The quickest way to get what you want is to make an intense shift in your thinking over a short time.

Here’s proof.

In World War II, the United States had a shortage of translators. We were in desperate need of people who were fluent in German and Japanese—and we needed them fast!

So the War Department created a six-week-long total immersion program. During those six weeks, participants were not permitted to speak English at all. They spoke and listened to only the language they wanted to speak. By the end of the program, they were fluent!

See the connection? If you want to be fluent in the language of faith, you’ve got to do the same thing. Keep everything that isn’t faith out, and immerse yourself in a faith-filled atmosphere until it changes the way you think and speak.

Here are just a few of the differences you’ll see in your life:

  • You’ll find you won’t speak doubt as often (if at all!).
  • You’ll start believing for bigger and better in every area of your life.
  • You won’t tolerate sickness, debt or strife like you used to—not even a little!
  • You’ll have the endurance to go after dreams you’ve kept tucked away, and you won’t quit until you have them in your possession.

Are you interested in the quickest way to become a faith giant who wins every time? Here’s the answer: Total Immersion. It’s an all-intensive move into the Word of God without the influence of the status quo. It’s demanding. It requires sacrifice. And it will completely change your life. Here’s how you start.

1. Carve Out Some Time

“Seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness.” –Matthew 6:33 (ESV)

Total immersion requires an investment of time. In a total immersion language program, the participants set aside four to six weeks to do nothing but attend the language school. They take time off work; they cancel other plans. This is the only thing they’re doing.

If you really want to get serious about this—to see results—you’ll need to carve out some time. Our suggestion is 30 days. You don’t necessarily need to take time off work (although that would be great), but you’ll need to adjust your schedule to make your focus the Word of God.

For example, if you usually go to lunch with friends during the workday, spend that time, instead, listening to or reading the Word of God. Carve out as much time as possible, and spend as many hours each day as possible in total immersion.

Faith School Digital Audio Series
You can create the world around you by what you believe in your heart and what you say with your mouth! Discover the glorious life of faith awaiting you in this MP3 teaching from Gloria Copeland. Request it HERE.

2. Watch Out for Poison

“I will set no worthless thing before my eyes.” –Psalm 101:3 (NASB)

Once you have your time carved out, the next thing you’ll do to become a faith giant is to take an inventory of what you consume in a day. What does this have to do with total immersion?

Imagine attending a pizza party where a large, cheesy pizza with all your favorite toppings is being prepared. It probably makes your mouth water just thinking about it! Your host sets the pizza before you, and you reach out to grab the biggest, cheesiest slice. As the cheese strings and the steam pipes up from the perfect bite, your host shares a bit more about the ingredients. “There’s just a little bit of rat poison in that pizza,” he says. “You probably won’t taste it, and it’s not enough to kill you. So, don’t worry about it. It’s just a little!”

What would you do?

Hopefully, you’d pass! Now, think about other areas of your life? Do you watch out for poison and avoid it like you would that pizza?

Proverbs 4:23 says, “Guard your heart.” Yet a lot of Christians view worldly influences just like the host of the pizza party. Just a little cussing on your favorite album. Just a little sexual content and violence in the movies you watch. Just a little fear, doubt and irreverence coming from your friends. It won’t hurt, will it? It’s just a little, and besides, I don’t do those things, you reason.

Just like you would toss away that ooey, gooey piece of pizza that looks and smells so good, that’s the way you’ve got to be with anything that can put “just a little” poison in your mind and spirit. The devil doesn’t need a big opening in your life. It’s the small foxes that spoil the vine, so all he needs is “just a little” area of compromise to get his ugly foot in the door.

Does a whole-life turnaround seem overwhelming? Find A Prayer for a Fresh Start HERE.

Remember the language immersion program we talked about? They weren’t allowed to speak English—at all. If you want to experience the quickest way to become a faith giant and someone who wins every time, you’ve got to get rid of the things that speak against the Word of God in your life, especially during your initial time of total immersion.

Here’s what to remove altogether during the 30 days:

  • Movies
  • Secular television (sitcoms, news programs, etc.)
  • Music (other than worship)
  • Magazines and books (non-Christian)
  • Social gatherings with those who don’t speak the language of faith
  • Any other area of your life that may be sending you messages opposite of the Word of God.

Once the 30 days are over, consider evaluating which of these should come back at all. Anything that causes you to weaken in your faith isn’t worth its limited entertainment value.

3. Fill Up to Overflowing on the Word of God

“Faith comes by hearing…the Word of God.” –Romans 10:17 (MEV)

As you continue on your way to becoming a faith giant, your total immersion journey includes filling up to overflowing on the Word of God.

Before Kenneth Copeland became the powerhouse of faith he is today, he was hungry for truth and knew he wanted to have the kind of faith that got the same results as Oral Roberts.

Of that desire, Kenneth says, “I was traveling with Brother Roberts. I was ministering along with him and watching him use his faith. And I was astonished at the way he used his faith on purpose. He used his faith the way a mechanic uses a tool. And it caught my attention.”

That, in combination with his exposure to another faith giant, Kenneth E. Hagin, made Kenneth realize he needed to go into total immersion the same way people learn a foreign language if he wanted to reach that level of faith.

He didn’t have money to purchase ministry materials at the time, so he offered the title of his car as collateral until the money was there to pay for the tapes he secured from Kenneth Hagin’s ministry. He came home with an armload of tapes, set up his tape player and a chair in the garage, and shared his plans with Gloria.

He told her, “The minute I come home from school (Oral Roberts University), I’ll be in the garage. And if I’m not at the table when you and the kids get ready to eat, just forget me. I have to get this.”

He listened to the faith teaching tapes when he woke up. He listened to the Word when he got home from school. He listened when he went to bed and kept a tape playing all night. If he woke up in the middle of the night and heard the tape had ended, he’d get up, rewind it and start playing it again. He took the player in the bathroom to listen while he was shaving. He fed on the Word of God continually.

Total immersion.

Kenneth made a decision. If Kenneth E. Hagin mentioned the book of Romans, then he’d read the whole book of Romans. Any book Brother Hagin mentioned—Kenneth read the entire book.

What happened?

Kenneth says, “My faith skyrocketed.” Suddenly, things started happening. Gifts of the Spirit were manifesting. Miracles were taking place in every area of his and Gloria’s lives.

His prayers yielded results so much that his professors at ORU were coming and asking him to pray for them.

It was all a result of total immersion in the Word of God and filling up to overflowing.

Find A Recipe for Your Daily Quiet Time HERE.

You can do the same thing and get the same results as Kenneth Copeland. Set a goal for 30 days and treat your time the same way you would a total immersion foreign language program, by only listening to and speaking the language you want to learn. That language is faith!

Watch Gloria Copeland and George Pearsons teach you how total immersion will help you become debt free!

Want to get notified the next time we upload videos like the one above? It’s easy, simply subscribe to our YouTube channel
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Here are some goals you can set for your 30-day period.

  • Download teachings from those who teach the full gospel. Listen to them as you work around the house or yard, as you cook, as you get ready in the morning, and as you drive. Leave them running quietly while you sleep. Keep the Word going in you nonstop!
  • Keep VICTORY™ running all day long in your home.
  • Set a Bible-reading goal for each day. Make it a high goal! Gloria Copeland once challenged herself to read all four Gospels and the book of Acts three times in 30 days. That would be a great place to start.
  • Purchase some faith books and devotionals to read whenever you have some downtime.

This is what total immersion looks like. And it’s the quickest way to become a faith giant who wins every battle, every time.

4. Find Your Faith Voice

“People will give account for every careless word they speak.” –Matthew 12:36 (ESV)

You’ve carved out the time, ejected the negative and imported the positive. In the meantime, for total immersion, focus on finding your faith voice. You learn a language by practicing out loud. When you first start speaking another language, you don’t necessarily feel confident in what you’re saying, and you may fumble around a bit. You’ll even have to stop and think or check the translation book before speaking.

The same is true while you’re finding your faith voice.

In a total immersion language school, you would not be allowed to speak English. Zero. All day long. You would only speak the language you were learning. So as you are in total immersion for learning the language of faith, you will only speak faith—no doubt, fear, negativity or anything else outside of the confines of faith is allowed. Ever.

Within four to six weeks, people find themselves fluent in the language they’re learning. If you can do it with a foreign language, you can do it with the language of faith. If you don’t know what to speak—say nothing until you can get to the Word of God and find out what you should be saying.

Talk faith all week long, all 30 days long. Talk prosperity, healing, deliverance, joy and peace. In doing so, you’ll find that total immersion will draw you very quickly out of your intellect and over into your spirit. When the 30 days are over, you’ll respond quickly and more powerfully than you ever have to in any and every situation—no matter how severe. You’ll be a faith giant who wins victory every time!

Learn the 7 Habits of Strong Christians HERE.

You’ll reach out and take the promises of God as easily as you’d pick an apple from a tree. You won’t hesitate to take God at His Word and stand as long as it takes to see a manifestation.

The best part about refusing to give up is that it expedites your miracle. Kenneth Copeland says, “When you’re ready to stand in faith forever, you won’t be there very long.” Hallelujah!

After 30 days of keeping the bad out, the good in, and speaking only faith, you’ll experience such a change, you’ll wish you would’ve known how quick and easy it is to become a faith giant who wins every battle years ago. And that miracle you’ve been believing for? Start taking steps to prepare for its arrival. It’s coming. Total immersion means Jesus is abiding in You and you in Him. And, according to John 15:7, that means your answer is a certainty.

Watch Gloria Copeland and George Pearsons discuss the power of total immersion.

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A Prayer for a Fresh Start

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Heirs of God through Christ cont..

Galatians 4:4-7
When you made Jesus Christ the Lord of your life and were born again, you were washed in His covenant blood, shed for you, and were made His righteousness (2 Corinthians 5:21)–no longer a slave of sin. You were not born a servant of the Most High, but a son (Galatians 4:7). You become a servant of God, like your blood Brother, Jesus, by choice (Philippians 2:7). Since you are a son and a joint heir of God through Him, then “let this [same] mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus: who, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal with God” (Philippians 2:5-6, KJV). Jesus did not consider He was robbing His Father of honor, sovereignty, or deity to be equal with Him. Let that same mind be in you. He made you His righteousness and made you to sit together with Him in heavenly places (Ephesians 2:6). Then you should not consider yourself robbing Jesus to be called His joint heir. You didn’t do that for yourself. God did it for you, sacrificing His Son, Jesus, “the last Adam” (1 Corinthians 15:45), so you could be restored to the sonship and fellowship with Him that was lost by the first Adam.
 
 
 
 
 

Heirs of God through Christ

Galatians 4:4-7
When the fullness of time came, Jesus, the Messiah, the Anointed One of God, was born of a woman into a flesh body as the Lamb of God (John 1:29) in a little town called Bethlehem–the House of Bread (Micah 5:2; Matthew 2:6; John 6:51). He was born under the Law, as the final sacrifice of the Abrahamic covenant. He ushered the way for all who would receive it, into the eternal new covenant that can never be broken, which is based on better promises (Hebrews 8:6), that was cut between the Father and Jesus. This new and everlasting covenant was ratified, not with the blood of bulls and of goats, but in the precious blood of the Lamb of God (Hebrews 9:12), slain from the foundation of the world (1 Peter 1:19-20; Revelation 13:8).

The Covenant is the Gospel; Jesus Fulfilled it in Every Way

Galatians 3:15-29
Though man’s commitment to keep God’s covenant failed, God’s hesed-agape, His great loving kindness and tender mercy, never failed. It produced Jesus, the Messiah, our LORD and redeemer. Isaiah 54:10 says, “For the mountains shall depart, and the hills be removed; but my kindness shall not depart from thee, neither shall the covenant of my peace be removed, saith the Lord that hath mercy on thee” (KJV).
When man sinned in the Garden of Eden, God’s nature of hesed (Hebrew) -agape (Greek) was no longer part of his nature. But God “remains faithful; He cannot deny Himself” (2 Timothy 2:13). After the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus, when the new covenant was in force, God called men to walk in agape and major in it. It was the key to the Apostle Paul’s ministry and to the ministries of all the writers of the New Testament. It is the very key to knowing God. Jesus said, “If you keep My commandments, you will remain in My love [hesed-agape], even as I have kept My Father’s commandments and remain in His love [hesed-agape]” (John 15:10). In verse 5, He said, “Without me [hesed-agape] you can do nothing.”

Jesus Gave Himself as the Sacrifice

Galatians 3:13-14
Jesus, The WORD made flesh, gave Himself as the sacrifice to redeem mankind from the curse. He was made the curse–made to be sin for us. He was the snake on the pole described in Numbers 21:8-9. Why? “So that the blessing of Abraham might come on the Gentiles through Jesus Christ, that we might receive the promise of the Spirit through faith” (Galatians 3:14). Because of His eternal sacrifice we can run to “the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need” (Hebrews 4:16) and confidently declare, “The law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free from the law of sin and death” (Romans 8:2, KJV)!

The Quickest Way to Become a Faith Giant Who Wins Every Time

The Quickest Way to Become a Faith Giant Who Wins Every Time

 

You don’t have to spend a lifetime studying faith before you can see results. Learn the quickest way to become a faith giant who wins every time.

READING TIME: 7 MINutes

Do you feel like you’re going around and around the same mountain? Maybe it seems like you’re standing in faith and believing for financial breakthrough, healing or a miracle in your marriage, only to find yourself back in the same place again. Faith is a lifelong pursuit, but miracles and victories are for every day. The quickest way to get what you want is to make an intense shift in your thinking over a short time.

Here’s proof.

In World War II, the United States had a shortage of translators. We were in desperate need of people who were fluent in German and Japanese—and we needed them fast!

So the War Department created a six-week-long total immersion program. During those six weeks, participants were not permitted to speak English at all. They spoke and listened to only the language they wanted to speak. By the end of the program, they were fluent!

See the connection? If you want to be fluent in the language of faith, you’ve got to do the same thing. Keep everything that isn’t faith out, and immerse yourself in a faith-filled atmosphere until it changes the way you think and speak.

Here are just a few of the differences you’ll see in your life:

  • You’ll find you won’t speak doubt as often (if at all!).
  • You’ll start believing for bigger and better in every area of your life.
  • You won’t tolerate sickness, debt or strife like you used to—not even a little!
  • You’ll have the endurance to go after dreams you’ve kept tucked away, and you won’t quit until you have them in your possession.

Are you interested in the quickest way to become a faith giant who wins every time? Here’s the answer: Total Immersion. It’s an all-intensive move into the Word of God without the influence of the status quo. It’s demanding. It requires sacrifice. And it will completely change your life. Here’s how you start.

1. Carve Out Some Time

“Seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness.” –Matthew 6:33 (ESV)

Total immersion requires an investment of time. In a total immersion language program, the participants set aside four to six weeks to do nothing but attend the language school. They take time off work; they cancel other plans. This is the only thing they’re doing.

If you really want to get serious about this—to see results—you’ll need to carve out some time. Our suggestion is 30 days. You don’t necessarily need to take time off work (although that would be great), but you’ll need to adjust your schedule to make your focus the Word of God.

For example, if you usually go to lunch with friends during the workday, spend that time, instead, listening to or reading the Word of God. Carve out as much time as possible, and spend as many hours each day as possible in total immersion.

Faith School Digital Audio Series
You can create the world around you by what you believe in your heart and what you say with your mouth! Discover the glorious life of faith awaiting you in this FREE MP3 teaching from Gloria Copeland. Request it HERE.

2. Watch Out for Poison

“I will set no worthless thing before my eyes.” –Psalm 101:3 (NASB)

Once you have your time carved out, the next thing you’ll do to become a faith giant is to take an inventory of what you consume in a day. What does this have to do with total immersion?

Imagine attending a pizza party where a large, cheesy pizza with all your favorite toppings is being prepared. It probably makes your mouth water just thinking about it! Your host sets the pizza before you, and you reach out to grab the biggest, cheesiest slice. As the cheese strings and the steam pipes up from the perfect bite, your host shares a bit more about the ingredients. “There’s just a little bit of rat poison in that pizza,” he says. “You probably won’t taste it, and it’s not enough to kill you. So, don’t worry about it. It’s just a little!”

What would you do?

Hopefully, you’d pass! Now, think about other areas of your life? Do you watch out for poison and avoid it like you would that pizza?

Proverbs 4:23 says, “Guard your heart.” Yet a lot of Christians view worldly influences just like the host of the pizza party. Just a little cussing on your favorite album. Just a little sexual content and violence in the movies you watch. Just a little fear, doubt and irreverence coming from your friends. It won’t hurt, will it? It’s just a little, and besides, I don’t do those things, you reason.

Just like you would toss away that ooey, gooey piece of pizza that looks and smells so good, that’s the way you’ve got to be with anything that can put “just a little” poison in your mind and spirit. The devil doesn’t need a big opening in your life. It’s the small foxes that spoil the vine, so all he needs is “just a little” area of compromise to get his ugly foot in the door.

Does a whole-life turnaround seem overwhelming? Find A Prayer for a Fresh Start HERE.

Remember the language immersion program we talked about? They weren’t allowed to speak English—at all. If you want to experience the quickest way to become a faith giant and someone who wins every time, you’ve got to get rid of the things that speak against the Word of God in your life, especially during your initial time of total immersion.

Here’s what to remove altogether during the 30 days:

  • Movies
  • Secular television (sitcoms, news programs, etc.)
  • Music (other than worship)
  • Magazines and books (non-Christian)
  • Social gatherings with those who don’t speak the language of faith
  • Any other area of your life that may be sending you messages opposite of the Word of God.

Once the 30 days are over, consider evaluating which of these should come back at all. Anything that causes you to weaken in your faith isn’t worth its limited entertainment value.

3. Fill Up to Overflowing on the Word of God

“Faith comes by hearing…the Word of God.” –Romans 10:17 (MEV)

As you continue on your way to becoming a faith giant, your total immersion journey includes filling up to overflowing on the Word of God.

Before Kenneth Copeland became the powerhouse of faith he is today, he was hungry for truth and knew he wanted to have the kind of faith that got the same results as Oral Roberts.

Of that desire, Kenneth says, “I was traveling with Brother Roberts. I was ministering along with him and watching him use his faith. And I was astonished at the way he used his faith on purpose. He used his faith the way a mechanic uses a tool. And it caught my attention.”

That, in combination with his exposure to another faith giant, Kenneth E. Hagin, made Kenneth realize he needed to go into total immersion the same way people learn a foreign language if he wanted to reach that level of faith.

He didn’t have money to purchase ministry materials at the time, so he offered the title of his car as collateral until the money was there to pay for the tapes he secured from Kenneth Hagin’s ministry. He came home with an armload of tapes, set up his tape player and a chair in the garage, and shared his plans with Gloria.

He told her, “The minute I come home from school (Oral Roberts University), I’ll be in the garage. And if I’m not at the table when you and the kids get ready to eat, just forget me. I have to get this.”

He listened to the faith teaching tapes when he woke up. He listened to the Word when he got home from school. He listened when he went to bed and kept a tape playing all night. If he woke up in the middle of the night and heard the tape had ended, he’d get up, rewind it and start playing it again. He took the player in the bathroom to listen while he was shaving. He fed on the Word of God continually.

Total immersion.

Kenneth made a decision. If Kenneth E. Hagin mentioned the book of Romans, then he’d read the whole book of Romans. Any book Brother Hagin mentioned—Kenneth read the entire book.

What happened?

Kenneth says, “My faith skyrocketed.” Suddenly, things started happening. Gifts of the Spirit were manifesting. Miracles were taking place in every area of his and Gloria’s lives.

His prayers yielded results so much that his professors at ORU were coming and asking him to pray for them.

It was all a result of total immersion in the Word of God and filling up to overflowing.

Find A Recipe for Your Daily Quiet Time HERE.

You can do the same thing and get the same results as Kenneth Copeland. Set a goal for 30 days and treat your time the same way you would a total immersion foreign language program, by only listening to and speaking the language you want to learn. That language is faith!

Watch Gloria Copeland and George Pearsons teach you how total immersion will help you become debt free!

Want to get notified the next time we upload videos like the one above? It’s easy, simply subscribe to our YouTube channel
youtube-subscribe

Here are some goals you can set for your 30-day period.

  • Download teachings from those who teach the full gospel. Listen to them as you work around the house or yard, as you cook, as you get ready in the morning, and as you drive. Leave them running quietly while you sleep. Keep the Word going in you nonstop!
  • Keep VICTORY™ running all day long in your home.
  • Set a Bible-reading goal for each day. Make it a high goal! Gloria Copeland once challenged herself to read all four Gospels and the book of Acts three times in 30 days. That would be a great place to start.
  • Purchase some faith books and devotionals to read whenever you have some downtime.

This is what total immersion looks like. And it’s the quickest way to become a faith giant who wins every battle, every time.

4. Find Your Faith Voice

“People will give account for every careless word they speak.” –Matthew 12:36 (ESV)

You’ve carved out the time, ejected the negative and imported the positive. In the meantime, for total immersion, focus on finding your faith voice. You learn a language by practicing out loud. When you first start speaking another language, you don’t necessarily feel confident in what you’re saying, and you may fumble around a bit. You’ll even have to stop and think or check the translation book before speaking.

The same is true while you’re finding your faith voice.

In a total immersion language school, you would not be allowed to speak English. Zero. All day long. You would only speak the language you were learning. So as you are in total immersion for learning the language of faith, you will only speak faith—no doubt, fear, negativity or anything else outside of the confines of faith is allowed. Ever.

Within four to six weeks, people find themselves fluent in the language they’re learning. If you can do it with a foreign language, you can do it with the language of faith. If you don’t know what to speak—say nothing until you can get to the Word of God and find out what you should be saying.

Talk faith all week long, all 30 days long. Talk prosperity, healing, deliverance, joy and peace. In doing so, you’ll find that total immersion will draw you very quickly out of your intellect and over into your spirit. When the 30 days are over, you’ll respond quickly and more powerfully than you ever have to in any and every situation—no matter how severe. You’ll be a faith giant who wins victory every time!

Learn the 7 Habits of Strong Christians HERE.

You’ll reach out and take the promises of God as easily as you’d pick an apple from a tree. You won’t hesitate to take God at His Word and stand as long as it takes to see a manifestation.

The best part about refusing to give up is that it expedites your miracle. Kenneth Copeland says, “When you’re ready to stand in faith forever, you won’t be there very long.” Hallelujah!

After 30 days of keeping the bad out, the good in, and speaking only faith, you’ll experience such a change, you’ll wish you would’ve known how quick and easy it is to become a faith giant who wins every battle years ago. And that miracle you’ve been believing for? Start taking steps to prepare for its arrival. It’s coming. Total immersion means Jesus is abiding in You and you in Him. And, according to John 15:7, that means your answer is a certainty.

Watch Gloria Copeland and George Pearsons discuss the power of total immersion.

Related Articles:

A Prayer for a Fresh Start

Faith That Gives Glory to God