Spiritual Principles of Belief and Expectation part one

How are you view­ing your future?

How you view your future will make the dif­fer­ence in where your life jour­ney takes you; and when it comes to reach­ing your life goals, your belief and expec­ta­tion are chart­ing your course and set­ting your sails.  You can learn how to set your sails for suc­cess and pros­per­i­ty by refo­cus­ing your expec­ta­tions using prin­ci­pals from the “law of faith.”  Ref: Roman 3:27

The words you and I are speak­ing dai­ly, hourly, minute by minute, [our con­fes­sions] are seeds we are plant­i­ng; seeds pow­ered by our belief and expec­ta­tions.   What­ev­er a man sows, that he will also reap.  Ref: Gala­tians  6:7.

Here is a ques­tion we should all ask our­selves.  “Am I plant­i­ng seeds of pros­per­i­ty or pover­ty, well­ness or sick­ness, fear or faith?”

I would ask, “Do I REALLY want God to man­i­fest His Grace in my cur­rent belief and expec­ta­tion?”

“Your Fail Safe” should become:  Do MY WORDS line up with God’s Word?  And remem­ber: God’s will for you and me is “…thy will be done on earth as it is in Heav­en”.  There is NO sick­ness, pover­ty, or fear in Heav­en.  You can learn how to apply the full pow­er of “the bal­ance of faith, con­fes­sion, and God’s Grace” to your dai­ly life; so that you can expe­ri­ence SUCCESS BEYOND YOUR WILDEST DREAMS.

Now Faith

Faith is a law God gave us for dai­ly liv­ing.   Faith is a Spir­i­tu­al Law.  Here are some ways to put action to your Faith.

Now faith is the sub­stance of things hoped for, the evi­dence of things not seen.  [Hebrews 11:1]  Faith and hope work togeth­er.  You can’t have one, with­out the oth­er.  I have learned that our faith must have some­thing to cre­ate sub­stance from; that some­thing is, “our hope.”  Faith is in the now and hope is in the future:  So, I can right­ly say, “thru my belief and expec­ta­tion that I am call­ing things that are not as though they are.”

  1. Do – take actions: “Faith with­out works is dead.” James  2:20  This is NOT just a say­ing, or cliché,  it is SPIRITUAL LAW.
  2. Speak­ing aloud:  NOT just thoughts but speak­ing con­fes­sions dai­ly; faith filled words.
  3. Pray for the end results; don’t pray the prob­lem.  All things are pos­si­ble to him that believeth.
  4. Actions—acting as though; act on your faith by call­ing things as though.   

Maxwell Malts said “It is the job of con­scious ratio­nal thought to decide what you want, select the goals you wish to achieve-and con­cen­trate upon these rather than upon what you do not want. To spend time and effort con­cen­trat­ing upon what you do not want is not ratio­nal.”

  1. Strength­en your Faith and your belief and expec­ta­tions by fol­low­ing the instruc­tions God gave to Joshua. Ref: Joshua 11:8 .
  2. Then:  Prac­tice, prac­tice, prac­tice.

Recent­ly some­one remind­ed me that “Faith works:  Faith works with or with­out prayer.

Prayer don’t work with­out faith.

Faith comes from God’s word NOT from prayer.”

I am dumb­found­ed by the pow­er in God’s Word that we humans fail to use to our ben­e­fit:  God’s words are Spir­it spo­ken by Him to put us over in life.

Fol­low me next month as I con­tin­ue with these Lit­tle known and scarce­ly under­stood spir­i­tu­al prin­ci­ples of Belief and expec­ta­tion” PART TWO.

More truth in God’s Design for Man

Jim Com­ley

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Paul Collins
1 year ago

Your use of scrip­ture in this essay is impor­tant and very much appre­ci­at­ed. This is of note: your six steps to putting faith into action, the point that prayer does­n’t work with­out faith, and faith comes from God’s word.
Keep on writ­ing,
Paul Collins

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