Clifford Rice: Faith In Action

Faith in Action
Clifford Rice

When I first went into the Philippines and left Manila, I left the group of men I was with. One offered me a bottle of vitamins, another offered me a bottle of pills to put in the water, and several other varieties of things. I would have had a small bag full of bottles of things to take. I said to them, “Brethren, you’re going into areas that you might need them. You keep them. I preach the Word of Faith. I demonstrate the Word of Faith wherever I go. If I don’t have faith to take a drink of water when I’m thirsty, my gospel becomes incredible! Unless I can believe God for a drink of water, I can’t believe God for anything! I cannot attain the credibility that I desire with the people”

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John Bevere: Heavenly Perspective

When you put a seed in the ground you do not see immediate results… Will you put the seed of God, the word, in your heart do your eyes… You don’t see immediate results… But it will bear fruit

He also talks about having a perspective in life based on eternity not the temporal every day and today. We are sojourners on this earth.

John Bervere

Joyner: The Forge of Faith

Rick Joyner:

The Forge of Faith

Moses led Israel into the wilderness in order to convert their superstitions and shallow beliefs into a rock-solid faith. Your wilderness or the trials that you are enduring to test your faith are meant to accomplish the same for you. If you respond properly to your wilderness, it will turn mere emotional frivolity into a force! Embrace your difficulties as opportunities and you will get to your promised land. Let the difficulties discourage you and you will not realize your goal and purpose in the Lord…

… The most telltale symptom of surrender to slavery is grumbling and complaining. Those who complain have lost the faith and have already given up in their hearts. Those with true faith meet obstacles as an opportunity to win a greater victory and make a greater advance toward their goals. This is not merely blind optimism, which is just another form of intellectual assessment masquerading as true faith. Optimism will wither in the heat of the desert wilderness, but true faith becomes stronger and more determined as the heat is increased….