These three books will boost your faith in a big way.

This book is about my three year experiment to observe what happens to someone when they read the New Testament once a week for a period of three years.
I was going to read out loud every week the 27 books of the New Testament.
One of the interesting results was a strong improvement in my health that was measurable.
The second result was a burst of creativity that continues to this day.
The third result was a financial harvest.
The fourth result was becoming a better husband and father.
My wife and children will testify to that.
The fifth result was the most important one.
My faith grew and continues to grow.
The sixth result was exciting.
I discovered hidden gifts that surprised me.
The good news is...the harvest of faith from sowing all that Word is still getting stronger.

It's time to unblock your spring.
And unlock your FAITH.
Discouragement must never be allowed to imprison us in its dark tentacles. 
This book is about an antidote for condemnation and accusation. 
You are good enough because of ONE GOOD DECISION.
This is a book that celebrates the day you met God. 
The day of your salvation was a GOLD MEDAL EXPERIENCE. 
Do you realise the ABUNDANCE OF GRACE that was given to you on that very special day?

Once you have been prayed for…you believe the prayer has worked.
Believe you have received your healing in the form of a seed.
The seed that is planted within you needs to be watered consistently.
Don’t be passive. Be bold.
This book will build your faith.

Healing is a gift that comes to us by the grace of God. 

It is a free gift. The people that received healing in the Gospels all came with faith or because of the faith of their friends and family. 
They were needy and their state of distress caused Jesus to respond as a doctor would to his patients. 
Matthew 9:12 Jesus said, 
“It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick.” 
A doctor can sit in his office with his instruments and medicines…ready to bring healing. 
But only when a patient comes through that door can the doctor begin the healing process.

Healing grows like a plant.
In scripture the Lord likens the kingdom of God to the planting of a grain of mustard seed, which grew and became a tree. 
On another occasion he describes the growth in a slightly different way and says, 
“first the blade, then the ear, then the full grain in the ear.” 
The nature of the kingdom is to grow from being small to being fully developed.
Divine healing is a part of the kingdom of God. 
That is what Jesus meant when he said, “Heal the sick and say, the kingdom of God has come near to you.” 
This means that because the character of the kingdom is to grow, the character of healing is to grow as well. 
Where there is faith the essential nature of divine healing is to increase.
When we pray the prayer of faith, and our faith is equal to the mountain to be moved, whether it is for healing or for anything else, then we can expect to see the answer at once – or at least very soon. 
But when we think of all the barriers there can be of un-forgiveness or fear, we begin to see why the answers to our prayers usually come in a more progressive way. 
“According to your faith,” meaning in proportion to your faith. Believe that your miracle is planted in you.
Believe that it is growing. Accept that your faith is increasing.
Expect a result; keep your eyes open for a change for the better.
We need to keep in mind – that the nature of the kingdom of God, which includes healing, is to grow.
Our role is that of a gardener; by faith we plant the seed and then watch it come up.

In Colossians 4:2 we are told to “continue steadfastly in prayer, being watchful in it with thanksgiving.”

This means that we are on the watch for signs of growth… “First the blade, then the ear…,” and we are thankful to God for the growth as it takes place.
Suppose we plant a seed in the ground. For a while afterwards we see nothing at all. 
There is no sign of what we have planted, and we might be tempted to think nothing is happening, we find, as time goes by, a slip of green poking its way up through the soil. 
We are glad – even thrilled to see it. 
And, as we go on watching it each day, tending it as best we can, it continues to grow and in due time reaches its full size.
And so it is when we pray the prayer of faith for healing. God says that his blessing will grow like a plant. We plant the seed by accepting healing in the same way as we accept Christ for salvation. At first we may not see any result at all. 
Even so we believe something is happening, and sooner or later we will see the first sign of healing appear. 

Our part is to be on the lookout for this improvement, however slight, and to return thanks to God.

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