The faith double whammy

Faith double whammy.

In the Kingdom of God, you often find that one specific door is opened by a specific key. There is never a one-key-opens-all-doors policy. In simple terms we cannot use just prayer as a key to open every door and fight every battle. Some battles need faith, others prayer, some need the word, some doors just need you to be still. Jesus was tempted by the devil and he used the correct key to have victory. He did not start speaking in tongues, but instead he recognized that his victory is in the word of God. For that reason, it is important that you learn to identify the right key for the door and battle that you are facing. This can be critical to whether you win or lose, but there are also advantages to having a confluence of things in your arsenal.


Let me put it this way, prayer without faith is ineffective, but if you add a few cups of faith in your prayer recipe it becomes absolutely amazing. Add the revelation of scripture to your faith and you have a powerful combo. Whatever you do will be so much greater when you use multiple tools in your arsenal in order to win. Some of these tools should always be used together. Your prayer life should never exist outside of your faith; every single prayer you make must have a certified stamp of faith. You find that such prayers are effective and life-changing. Your prayers begin to have depth and power. Don’t give, pray, serve, love or even live without faith. Faith is like aromat, you can put it in everything 😉 you can never have enough of it and it will always please God.


In our declarations, confessions and pronouncements remember that in faith you have the power to create new realities by faith. You are powerful enough to create new things when you speak the word from a place of faith.

Hebrews 11:3 Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.




Romans 14:23

Hebrews 11:6

Mark 11:22-24

James 5:14-15





Today is introspection day;

Have you been praying and living a life of faith?

What enemies of faith have you allowed into your life and how have they affected you in developing an attitude of faith?

What things have you started relying on more than God? Friends, education, money, family etc Have they become a crutch that stops you from leaning on God?

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