Sermon About Faith: Walk by Faith Eph. 2:10

Sermon About Faith: Walk by Faith Eph. 2:10

Living by faith according to the Bible means trusting in God's promises and believing that He will fulfill them, even when circumstances may suggest otherwise. 

Believe in God: The first step in living by faith is to believe in God and His existence. This belief lays the foundation for trusting in Him and His promises.

We only follow one of two courses in life (no neutrality), Matt. 6:24; 7:13-14; 12:30. We either live by appearances (sight) or by faith (conviction formed by credible testimony and compelling evidence; trusting dependence), Heb. 11:1; 2 Cor. 5:7:

 Three steps, when combined, amount to walking by faith.


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I. Hear what God says, 1 Sam. 3:10; Mark 12:37 (Rom. 10:17).

Read and study the Bible: The Bible is the primary source of God's promises and reveals His character and nature. Regularly studying the Bible helps to deepen one's understanding of God and His will.

Pray: Prayer is a way to communicate with God and express one's faith in Him. Through prayer, we can ask for guidance, strength, and wisdom to navigate life's challenges.

Because What God Says is Right, Luke 8:8 (Ps. 19:8). Be careful how you hear, Luke 8:18. Careful what you hear, Mark 4:23-24. Be confident (resolved) that whatever God says it right.

Because Listening to God Gives Us Under­standing, John 8:43.
Listening to God gives us understanding in several ways. Here are some examples:
    1. Through His Word: The Bible is God's written word, and it contains wisdom, knowledge, and understanding that can only be found in Him. When we read and study the Bible with a receptive heart, God reveals Himself to us, and we gain a deeper understanding of who He is and what He desires for our lives.
    2. Through His Spirit: God's Holy Spirit lives within us when we accept Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. The Holy Spirit guides and directs us, providing insight and understanding as we seek God's will for our lives.
    3. Through Prayer: Prayer is a two-way conversation with God. When we listen to God through prayer, He speaks to us and reveals His plans and purposes for our lives. In prayer, we can seek God's wisdom and understanding for the challenges we face, and He will provide it.
    4. Through Circumstances: God often uses circumstances in our lives to teach us, grow us, and reveal His plans and purposes to us. When we listen to God and seek to understand what He is doing in our lives, we can gain insight and understanding that we would not have

1. Man’s wisdom is contingent, condi­tional, and contradictory. God’s wisdom is clear, con­cise, and capable of saving us, 1 Cor. 1:25.
2. Understanding the truth is available to us if we will listen to God, Eph. 3:3-4.

II. Believe what God Says, Acts 8:35-37.

Faith to Trust God’s Word, Mark 5:22-24, 35-36 (41-42).
Having faith and trust in God's power can be a deeply personal and spiritual journey. Here are some steps that may help you develop and strengthen your faith and trust in God's power:
1. Depend on His power rather than our own, Eph. 3:20.
2. He will reward believers, Heb. 11:6.
3. Read and study scripture: The Bible is a great source of inspiration and guidance. Reading and studying the Bible can help you understand God's power and develop a closer relationship with Him.
 4. Pray regularly: Prayer is a powerful tool that can help you connect with God and ask for guidance, strength, and faith. Set aside time each day to pray, and be honest with God about your doubts and fears. Faith Saves When Faith Obeys.
5. Faith that saves is active – Acts on what it hears from God and be­lieves about God, James 2:14, 17, 20, 24.

Walk by Faith (Epistle of James: Practical Christianity).
1. In the trials and temptations of faith, 1:2-16.
2. Pure, holy living, 1:19-27.
3. Fairness toward men, 2:1-13.
4. Speech, 3:1-12.
5. Self-restraint, 4:1-10.
6. Treatment of brethren, 4:11-12.
7. Being wise, 3:13-18.
8. Remember the will of God, 4:13-17.
9. Patience in suffering, 5:7-11.
10. Prayer, 5:13-18.
11. Converting erring brethren, 5:19-20.
Sermon About Faith:  Walk by Faith Eph. 2:10

Sermon About Faith:  Walk by Faith Eph. 2:10


Remember, developing faith and trust in God's power is a process that takes time and effort. Be patient with yourself, and seek out guidance and support as needed.
Living by faith means hearing, believing and obeying God in all that we think, say, and do (2 Cor. 5:7).

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