Apostle Grace Lubega
Matthew 21:22(KJV); And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive.
The spirit of faith has no disqualification clauses.
Faith has no disqualifications because it is a liberty in God. The only check by God on these liberties is that they should not be used as a cloak of maliciousness but in service to God (1 Peter 2:16).
The Bible says whatsoever you ask in prayer believing. It does not qualify this statement and say, “when you have done all the right things in the eyes of God.” It does not say, “when you have fasted and prayed for forty days.”
Some people shackle the liberties of and in faith because, in their minds, they have already qualified it. Why should you restrict that which God in His wisdom has not restricted?
Moreover, the greatest disqualification is themselves. They make statements such as “I AM not clean enough”, ” I have not prayed enough”, “I AM not anointed enough.”
Because God cannot stand disqualifications on faith, He went ahead and dealt with you as a possible restriction and says, that you are dead and yet you live but it is Christ who lives in you and the life that you live is by the faith of Christ and not your faith(Galatians 2:20).
When we say, “stretch your faith”, it means that you should not allow any restrictions to it, whether they are restrictions of self or restrictions of circumstances. Choose to believe God beyond the voice of personal limitations and the voice of the storms around you.
His name be praised!
FURTHER STUDY: Galatians 2:20, 1 John 5:4
GOLDEN NUGGET: Faith has no disqualifications because it is a liberty in God. Choose to believe God beyond the voice of personal limitations and the voice of the storms around you.
PRAYER: Father, I thank You for this Word. I am a child of faith and I walk in it as the testimony of my life. Today, I stretch my faith muscles, trusting in You beyond what I see, think or feel. Nothing moves me but Your Word. Nothing shakes me but Your counsel in my spirit. In Jesus’ name, Amen.