There are three realities in the life of a believer.
The past, present, and future.
We have witnessed, we have a testimony, we have seen, felt, heard, held in our hands, and rejoiced at what God has done in our lives in times past.
We often have faith in the distant, someday future.
However, one of the significant challenges is today’s faith.
Will we step forward and operate in a dimension of faith today?
Will we be bold to pray for the sick and to hurt we meet today?
Will we engage, and show kindness in hopes of making a connection to speak faith and witness to those we meet today?
A deer hunter often sees no opportunity to shoot, and that does not demotivate his desire to succeed. Even when one shoots and misses, it might encourage them to go again. A hunter will only succeed if he continues to hunt till he succeeds. And success is the fuel for many future hunts.
A hunter is a hunter because he is hunting.
A witness is a witness because he is witnessing.
Even when we don’t see the opportunity, we look for the window to witness.
Hebrews 13:8. Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, and today, and forever.
We must engage our faith daily by consciously looking for an opportunity to do what God has put in our hearts.
“But ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost comes upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me.” Acts 1:8
Someone must often tell them about God’s power to heal and deliver before people are healed and delivered. Often one must from that act upon that witness and pray for them to be healed and delivered.
For us to do this effectively, we must embrace the middle truth of this powerful scripture and live like we truly believe it.
Hebrews 13:8. Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, and TODAY, and forever.