…Do not be unbelieving, but believing. – John 20:27b
The present continuous tense here tells you to remain consistently a believer in the promises and in the ability of God. For Jesus to make this statement it means the blessedness and victory in the life of a believer lies in their faith.
Unbelief on the other hand births fear and failure. Therefore, you should be believing and not unbelieving. Trust the Father’s heart always. Remember, “all things are possible to them that believe.”
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Hebrews 11:6 & Mark 5:25-34
a. Ask for strength to continue in the things you have believed
b. Make faith declarations concerning God’s promises in your life.