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Pure Faith

Updated: Mar 1

There are times when we cannot wait for tomorrow. Throughout Jesus's ministry, the sick were instantly healed. The multiplication of the loaves and fish was immediate.

The resurrection of Lazarus was also immediate. If we have the same Spirit as Jesus, why should we have to wait for answers?


Obviously, some things require time: "For everything there is an appointed time, and an appropriate time for every activity on earth: A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to uproot what was planted..." Ecclesiastes 3.1,2 (NEV)

However, it does not mean we should wait for everything, including our basic needs.


There are moments when we can't wait for the next day to come.

We have to assess whether or not the time is being elongated due to doubts. If it is, then don't waste any more time doubting. Go after what you want, do what needs to be done, but don't accept the situation any longer.


How can a starving person wait for food in the distant tuture? When 20,000 starving people had nothing to eat in the desert, Jesus commanded His disciples to give them food to eat there and then. What can be done for a person drowning in the sea besides saving him im-mediately? The time we have available to us depends on the situation's urgency. Urgent necessities demand urgent responses, and only the power of supernatural faith resolves things immediately.

Only the power of supernatural faith can bring immediate answers. Or do you think this power is limited to time? Natural faith is, but not supernatural faith. Is the God of Abraham not the same God of today? Why wait for the future if the urgency exists now? Patience has its limits.

With this in mind, I invite those who are desperate to decide to visit a Universal Church near you today. It's time to go for all or nothing! Today is the great day of salvation for those whose patience has run out because of so much waiting.


Bishop Edir Macedo




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