This is located in the NKJV Spirit-Filled Bible Third Edition. In 1st Thessalonians Paul reminds us to keep the hope in knowing that Jesus Christ is going to return and take us home.
The Walk of Faith
The walk of faith is expectant and hopeful. By faith, we pray and expect to see God move through His church today with signs, wonders, and miracles. By faith, we embrace biblical preaching with the expectant hope that through His Word, God will change us increasingly into His image. By faith, we expectantly look forward to the return of our Lord Jesus, in whom all our hope is placed.
Pray that your living and presenting the gospel will be accompanied by the power of the Spirit with signs, wonders, and miracles.
Welcome the Word off God in faith. Believe the gospel message is from God and not from mere human reasoning. Know that when you receive biblical preaching, it is able to powerfully effect change in you life (Rom. 10:17)
Believe by faith that Jesus is returning to usher in the fullness of His kingdom and glory for all eternity. Comfort those who have lost believing loved ones with the hope that those who have died in Christ will rise first.
God is so gracious to us, we only to have the faith of a mustard seed and God will water it and make it grow. God wants us to have enough faith to do signs, wonders, and miracles, but more than that He wants us to have faith in His Son. Through our faith by grace in Jesus we have salvation and and the gift of eternity with our Father and our Savior and all you have to do is admit your a sinner, repent, and ask Jesus into your heart. God knows everything you have done in your life because His Word says He knew you before you were born He knows every hair on your head, you can hide nothing from Him. The wonderful thing about excepting Jesus as your Savior is everything you’ve done has been thrown in the lake of forgetfulness. When you except Jesus, He becomes your advocate so when you stand before God to be judged, Jesus let’s our Father know you have been washed by His blood and are cleaned of sins. Please except Jesus as your Savior today because He is coming back very soon to take us home to be with Him for eternity. May the peace of God be with you today and everyday.
If you haven’t accepted Christ as your savior yet and would like to do so, please pray these words:
“Jesus, I acknowledge I am a sinner and I am in need of salvation. Thank you for your sacrifice on the cross. Come into my heart and make me new. Thank you for your gift of eternal life. Help me to learn to walk with you now. In Jesus’ name, amen.”
If you prayed that prayer, please tell someone that can guide you in your next steps in your relationship with Jesus.