The Anatomy of Kingdom Faith pt.1
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Throughout scripture we are reminded that Faith is dynamic and fulfills differing purposes in the life of the individual depending upon their position and relationship with God. There is faith that is required to freely receive what God has provided for our justification with Him, that does not involve our works; while at the same time, the Apostle James declares that there is a faith that is dead without our corresponding works. Jesus in one place declared that individuals had great faith, while call others faith little. The reason for these objectively contradictory statements is that faith performs different purposes in the Kingdom and Salvation Paradigms. The Kingdom Paradigm, is occupied by those who have been redeemed and are in the family of God. Faith, from this perspective, is no longer primarily redemptive, but for the purpose of manifesting the Word and Will of God in this world. Understanding this difference, and learn how to make the transition from Salvation Paradigm faith to Kingdom Paradigm faith, will empower the church, both individually and collectively to realizing its full potential and purpose in this world.
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