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So this will serve as my first blog post for this year. I have’t so much time to write the first week because it was our annu­al prayer and fast­ing week where­in we are con­se­crat­ing our­selves to seek the Lord and His will to our lives and as well to ready our­selves what is about to hap­pen for the rest of the year.

I’ll begin by ask­ing a ques­tion; what is an auda­cious faith? Accord­ing to, auda­cious means to be bold, dar­ing and adven­tur­ous. But how about an auda­cious faith? It sim­ply hav­ing the faith that can­not be move and hav­ing the courage to ask God for impos­si­ble things to hap­pen in our lives.

 Once in a year, I know some of us are prepar­ing to write our own goals and tar­gets. But have you tried believ­ing God for an impos­si­ble faith goal? Like heal­ing from dread­ed dis­ease, huge amount of mon­ey or any­thing that seems impos­si­ble to hap­pen this year. Today I would like you to believe God for greater things this year, to have an auda­cious faith on God. But how do I have an auda­cious faith on God?

To have an auda­cious faith on God, you only need to know 3 things. Aha, three things that for sure, you will know already and per­haps you might just tak­en it for grant­ed because you were too com­fort­able already with your faith right now.

1. Reli­a­bil­i­ty of the Source.

Ah!, Lord God! It is you who have made the heav­ens and the earth by your great pow­er and by your out­stretched arm! Noth­ing is too hard for you!” — Jere­mi­ah 32:17 ESV

God is the source of all things. Can you imag­ine in just a word  the heav­ens and the earth was formed. In just a breath the first man and woman cre­at­ed. Some­times, we often for­get the reli­a­bil­i­ty of the source, we some­times lim­it God’s capa­bil­i­ty to ful­fill His promis­es to our life. Its when we know that our source is infi­nite we have the con­fi­dent to ask Him all the things that we want — even the impos­si­ble things!

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God is not a man, that he should lie  or a son of a man, that he should change his mind. Has he said, and he will not do it? Or has he spo­ken and will he not ful­fill it?” — Num­bers 23:19 ESV

God is not a man that we can box to our sit­u­a­tion. He is God and He will do what­ev­er he pleas­es to do.

2. Our rela­tion­ship with the Source.

 “But all who did receive him, who believed in his name, he gave the right to become the chil­dren of God.” — 1 John 12

It is impos­si­ble to please God with­out faith. And it is impos­si­ble to have faith with­out a rela­tion­ship in God. Just like with our earth­ly fathers, because we have a per­son­al rela­tion­ship with them, we don’t even have to wor­ry about how we are going to ask them for any­thing. It will all root­ed in our rela­tion­ship with God.

When we know God, we can now have the audac­i­ty to ask God for any­thing that is accord­ing to His will. We can be able to declare His promis­es over our life.

3. Our response.

If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask what­ev­er you wish, and it will be done for you.” — John 15:7

Hav­ing faith does­n’t just end by pro­fess­ing you believe in God. Faith is being in the pres­ence of God always. God gave us every­thing even His own Son for the sake of our sins. Our response would mat­ter to him. By know­ing that God can give us every­thing, it does­n’t mean it will stop there. He said “abide in me”, because apart from Christ, we are noth­ing, we can’t do any­thing apart from His pres­ence into our lives.

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Know­ing these three things encour­age me to have an auda­cious faith in ask­ing God for greater things. To seek him more than the bless­ing He is about to give.

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