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Summary: This is a powerful exposition of what happens when a person releases or acts upon their faith.

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Releasing your Faith

By

Bishop Dr. Perry Edison Newton Sr

Word of Faith Tabernacle

Nassau, Bahamas

Hebrew 11: 1-11; James 2:14-26

Introduction

This morning we are gathered here to perform an act of worship. We could worship God any where, but if we wanted to worship at this place we would first have to get here. As we are here, we have accomplished something that we wanted to do. Therefore, by being here; and by making preparation to be here, we’ve released our Faith.

Today, as this sermon unfolds, we will here God speaking to us on this subject “releasing your faith.” At the end of this sermon, you will know what it means to release your faith, how to release your faith and whether or not you have released your faith. Above all you will be challenge to release your faith in the saving grace of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Releasing your Faith!

I imagine that this topic sounds quite familiar and no doubt you may ponder in your mind, where did I hear this topic. Really it does not matter, where you will have heard this topic or how often you would have heard sermons preached on similar topics. Today God wants us to hear once again the principles of releasing our faith.

Let us turn our Bibles to James 2:14-26

“ what doth it profit my brethren, though a man say he hath faith, and have not works, can faith save him? …" V17 "Even so faith if it hath not works is dead being alone. Yea a man says thou hast faith, and I have works: show me thy faith without thy works, and I will show thee my faith by my works." V20 "But will thou know O vain man, that faith without works is dead." V26 "For as the body without the spirit is dead. So faith without works is dead also. Faith without works is dead.”

I pose the following question: What is faith?

Hebrew 11:1 says: “Faith is the substance of things hoped for the evidence of things not seen.”

Faith according to Eerderman’s dictionary is “having trust in God for his great power which can accomplish miracles and also for his loving concern for the necessities of human existence.”

Faith is being able after being given a vision of what to do or an inspiration of how to do something one goes about getting it done.

Faith believes that once you begin to do something that God will provide the means to accomplish the task.

Faith is seeing your self having actually accomplished the task long before you begin.

The definition given in Hebrew in regards to faith can be interpreted as follows.

• You hope for something, or you desire to be something and to accomplish it. You actually see it in your minds eyes or in your spirit; it is already a reality in the supernatural or unseen realm.

• You know well in advance that you have that for which you hoped (a feeling that what is wanted will happen) for. You see you’re self with it, in it or having already accomplished it. You feel the sensation of the joy of having it. You want to be a doctor or a lawyer and you have already feel that you have accomplished it even though you are still preparing to be a doctor or lawyer.


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