Supernatural Faith is it real?

Supernatural Faith is it real?

Bishop J. Harris


I have always been fascinated by the supernatural realm. Ever since I was a child, I loved reading stories and watching movies about angels, demons, miracles and mysteries. I wanted to experience something beyond the natural world, something that would prove to me that there is more to life than what we see.

But it was not until I became a Christian that I realized that the supernatural is not just a fantasy or a fiction. It is a reality that God invites us to explore and enjoy. As a Christian, I believe that God is the creator and sustainer of everything that exists, both visible and invisible.


He is the source of all power and authority, and he can do anything he wants. He is not limited by the laws of nature or the rules of logic. He can intervene in any situation and change any circumstance according to his will.

And he does. God is constantly working in our lives and in our world, sometimes in ways that we can perceive and sometimes in ways that we cannot. He performs signs and wonders that reveal his glory and his love. He answers prayers and grants requests that align with his purposes. He heals diseases and delivers people from oppression. He protects us from harm and provides for our needs. He speaks to us through his word and his spirit. He guides us with his wisdom and his peace.

These are some of the ways that God manifests his supernatural power and presence in our lives. And as a Christian, I have the privilege and the responsibility to experience them, to seek them, to share them and to celebrate them. I have faith that God is real and that he is good. I have faith that he can do anything and that he wants to bless me. I have faith that he has a plan for my life and that he will fulfill it.

This is what it means to have supernatural faith as a Christian. It means to trust God with all my heart, to follow him with all my soul, to serve him with all my strength, and to worship him with all my mind. It means to live in awe of him, to depend on him, to obey him, and to love him. It means to be part of his kingdom, his family, his mission, and his glory.

This is the kind of faith that I want to have. This is the kind of faith that I want to grow in. This is the kind of faith that I want to share with you.

What does it mean to have true faith as a Christian? How can we live out our faith in a way that honors God and blesses others? These are some of the questions that I want to explore in this blog post, and I hope you will join me in this journey of discovering the beauty and power of true faith.

True faith is not just a mental agreement with certain doctrines or facts. True faith is a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, who is the author and finisher of our faith (Hebrews 12:2). True faith is trusting in Him, not in ourselves or our circumstances. True faith is obeying His commands, not out of fear or duty, but out of love and gratitude.

True faith is following His example, not conforming to the world, but being transformed by the renewing of our minds (Romans 12:2).

True faith is also not a static or stagnant state. True faith is a dynamic and growing process. True faith is tested and refined by trials and tribulations (James 1:2-4). True faith is nourished and strengthened by prayer and the Word of God (Ephesians 6:18; 2 Timothy 3:16-17). True faith is expressed and demonstrated by good works and love for others (James 2:14-26; 1 John 3:18).

True faith is not something that we can achieve or attain by our own efforts or merits. True faith is a gift from God, by His grace and through His Spirit (Ephesians 2:8-9; Galatians 5:22-23). True faith is a response to His call and invitation, not a result of our works or will (John 6:44; Romans 9:16). True faith is a surrender to His lordship and sovereignty, not a claim to our rights or preferences (Luke 9:23; Philippians 2:5-11).

True faith is not a burden or a bondage. True faith is a freedom and a joy. True faith is not a religion or a ritual. True faith is a relationship and a reality. True faith is not a duty or a drudgery. True faith is a delight and a privilege.

True faith is the most precious and priceless thing that we can have in this life and the next. True faith is the source of our salvation and sanctification. True faith is the foundation of our hope and peace. True faith is the evidence of our love and loyalty.

True faith as a Christian is the most wonderful and amazing thing that we can experience and share with others. Let us cherish it, cultivate it, celebrate it, and communicate it to the glory of God and the good of His people. Amen!

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