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Crossing The Faith Line - What I Learned From Kenneth & Gloria Copeland's Daily Devotional For Today - 8th January 2017 - A Review By A.B.King



Romans 4:19-20 KJV
And being not weak in faith, he considered not his own body now dead, when he was about an hundred years old, neither yet the deadness of Sara's womb: [20] He staggered not at the promise of God through unbelief; but was strong in faith, giving glory to God;


   In today's devotional, Pastor Kenneth Copeland talked about something very very important.
   I am so glad I read and digested today's devotional.

    Pastor Kenneth wrote about what he called crossing the Faith Line.
    It's basically crossing the point of no return when you need a miracle.
     It's when you step out and act on your Faith in the physical and cross that line when you know there is no going back.
      It's when you start believing and acting like you have already received your miracle or your miracle is already at the door.

    For example, if a woman has been proclaimed barren by all the best doctors money can buy, and in spite of that she has been praying in Faith to have a baby and is still believing God that she would have a baby. Crossing the Faith Line and the point of no return for this woman would be when she suddenly believes in her heart that God has already answered her prayers and then she goes out and starts buying baby things and telling people with a smile on her face that a baby is coming.

   That's the concept of Crossing The Faith Line. I hope you understand it.


   I personally wouldn't call it crossing the Faith Line, I would personally call it the moment you move from Believing God For A Miracle to Having Faith (which includes Acting On Your Faith. As you know Faith without works or Faith that isn't acted upon is dead).

   I may call it a different thing from what Pastor Kenneth Copeland calls it but it's basically the same thing.


My Prayer For You:

   I pray that you begin to exercise your Faith. First in small things, then in big things. Cause the more you exercise your Faith the more you leave a trail of extraordinary victories behind you.




NOTE: No excerpt of Pastors Kenneth & Gloria Copeland's Daily Devotional is featured in this article. This is a Review.

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