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Norman Vincent Peale once said about imaging that it consists of vividly picturing in your conscious mind, a desired goal or objective, and holding that image until it sinks into your unconscious mind, where it releases great and untapped energies.

He further said, “When the imaging concept is applied steadily and systematically, it solves problems, strengthens personalities, improves health, and greatly enhances the chances for success in any kind of endeavor.”

In plain terms, the idea as said by some of our Church Pastors, “if you cannot see the future, you cannot feature in it”.

Is this FAITH? Is the power of imagination becoming confused with the inspiration and power of the Holy Spirit?

“If I see right, the cross of popular evangelicalism is not the cross of the New Testament. It is rather a new bright ornament upon the bosom of self-assured and carnal Christianity. The old cross slew men; the new cross entertains them. The old cross condemned; the new cross amuses. The old cross destroyed confidence in the flesh; the new cross encourages it.” – A Tozer

What exactly is Biblical Faith?



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Paul Yonggi Cho declared that it was through the imaginative powers of God that the World was created and because man is a “fourth dimension” spirit being like God, he too, whether Christian or Non- Christian, can create his own world through the same power of Imagination.

Is Faith a formula or a principle, which one applies so that the good things of life come to us or is FAITH a tool we use to drive our troubles away?

What happens (in the context of these definitions) when your FAITH doesn’t seem to be working? Does it mean that God will withhold the said “blessings”?

Is FAITH having a positive attitude, having a positive approach to life, or refusing to say the negatives that we are befuddled with?

Is this the Doctrine of Faith?

OR have we confused the Christian FAITH with mind Science?

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J C Ryle once said that, “half of our doubts and fears arise from a dim perception of the real nature of Christ’s Gospel”

C.H Spurgeon says that, “Thinking is a kind of work which the mass of the present race abhor.
Deep thinking is a very shallow affair after all when the thoughts are our own; we only 
get into real depths when we receive the thoughts of God.

R.C Sproul says that, “We talk about predestination because the Bible talks about predestination. If we desire to build our theology on the Bible, we run head on into this concept. We soon discover that John Calvin did not invent it” – R.C. Sproul

Your mind is a gift from God.

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