“He staggered not at the promise of God through unbelief; but was strong in faith, giving glory to God” Romans 4:20.
Romans 4:17-25.
Thanksgiving is an act of faith in God’s ability to make good what he has said to you. When we give thanks to God having received His Word, we acknowledge receipt of what He has said to us through His Word. Thanksgiving is always an expression of gratitude for a good done to or for one.
Nothing turns your faith on as thanksgiving. To give thanks to God for His Word to you, having not seen any physical manifestation, is a pure act of faith.
Faith always acknowledges spiritual realities as though physical. When you truly believe God, you give thanks as though you already have what you are in faith for. Every biblical faith always goes with thanksgiving to God for receipt and possession of what He has promised. Your faith will always rise to your thanksgiving.
The Word declares in the opening verse that Abraham staggered not at the promise of God, but was strong in faith, giving glory to God. You see, Abraham became strong in faith when he began giving thanks to God. In fact, thanksgiving always fuels your faith unto full persuasion. The Word says Abraham became fully persuaded that God was able to make good what He had promised, when he began to give thanks unto God.
Beloved, the scriptural way to acknowledge receipt with God is thanksgiving. Having believed you have received from God, thanksgiving ought to be the correct response to His goodness and faithfulness. Brethren, we give thanks because we know God is not a man that He should lie, neither is He the son of man that He should repent on His Word. He is faithful and just. He cannot deny Himself. His Word is as good as He is. He is trustworthy and honest.
Beloved, stay in the zone of thanksgiving! Abound in thanksgiving in all situations (1Thessalonians 5:18).
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