DIG for Tuesday the 11th of July…..I’ll see it when I believe it…..Hebrews 11 v 1

There is a phrase that I hear quite often, said by people in the church and in the world.

“I will believe it when I see it”.

If you are born again and in the church this is a statement of doubt and unbelief.

What we should be saying is, “I will see it when I believe it”.

Take for instance the miracle of healing.

Many, many people will say, “I’ll believe it when I see it”, and in this case healing will probably not happen.

However if a person believes they are healed (truly believes it in their heart) and speaks out that they are healed, they are far more likely to see a manifestation of their healing.

The Bible is very clear in telling us that what we see in our lives is a product of what we think and believe and what we speak out.

Even science is now catching up with the Word and telling us about the power of our thoughts and words.

Positive imagination is a very powerful force for good in our lives, just as worry and fearful thoughts are a negative force.

As believers we need to see things in our mind in order to see them in the physical world.

Are you in need today? Is there something you want to happen for good?

Why not take some time right now and imagine that positive change happening, and see how it would affect your life in a good way.

Go on; hope for it!

Speak this out today…..”Thank you Lord that death and life are in the power of my tongue, and thank you that as I see myself so I will be”.

Hebrews 11 v 1…..Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen

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