Faith, Grace, & The Promise

Therefore it is of faith, that it might be by grace; to the end the promise might be sure to all the seed; not to that only which is of the law, but to that also which is of the faith of Abraham; who is the father of us all, – Romans 4:16

Faith was not designed to work alone. Galatians 5:6 says that faith works by love. But, we also see from Romans 4:16 that faith must work with grace and the promise.

Without grace and the promises, your faith is naked. Faith, grace, and the promise is a divine combination in order to embrace what you see in the word.  You cannot become fully persuaded without all three functioning together. Grace means it’s already done. The promise means that you can have it. Your faith is what connects the two.

Has your faith been trying to get somewhere that it wasn’t designed to go by itself?

Everything that God provides comes through the same way. So you believing and believing and believing and not seeing and seeing and seeing because grace had already done it.

The Lord wants you to begin to say, “Amen,” to your financial freedom. Amen means “so be it. Because faith, grace, and the promise have already manifested your financial freedom. The promises of God will become sure in your life when you combine them with faith and grace!

03-28-17 Faith, Grace & The Promise

2 thoughts on “Faith, Grace, & The Promise

  1. This Morning Apostle, I Answer the lord by saing “Amen, To My Financial Freedom. I Receive That My Financial Freedom Has Already Been Manifested. Amen, I Receive!

  2. Amen Apostle! I receive that faith was not designed to work alone. I receive that Galatians 5:6 says that faith works by love. But, we also see from Romans 4:16 that faith must work with grace and the promise. I receive that I become fully persuaded with all three functioning together. I receive that grace means it’s already done, the promise means that I can have it. and my faith is what connects the two. I receive that everything that God provides comes through the same way. I receive the Lord’s request and say, “Amen,” to my financial freedom. I receive that Amen means “so be it”. I receive that faith, grace, and the promise have already manifested my financial freedom. I receive that the promises of God will become sure in my life as I combine them with faith and grace! I receive it in Jesus’ name! Many blessings! Amen!

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