Understanding the Law of Faith

Heb 11:1 now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.
Rom 3:27 where then is the boasting? It is excluded. Through what law? Of works? No, but through the law of faith.
Faith is not belief.
Faith is the tangible reality of God’s invisible objects which make up heavenly places.
Faith is the substance of an invisible heavenly object which we are hoping to obtain.
We want to access this object because it is untainted by sin existing in God’s mint and pristine condition.
Thus, the law of faith works best when we live in heavenly rather than earthy places.
This is because the law is geared to far more access heavenly place objects, than earthly place objects.
Once that you are in a heavily place and see by the Spirit the substance of the invisible object and decree it by authority as you co sit with Christ on His throne, it will manifest on the earth by the law of faith.
This is Hebrews eleven in action, the evidence of a thing which had not been seen, because it was a heavenly place object, but now is manifested as an earthly place object.
Remember that a law is automatic as specific circumstances will yield specific results.
The key is in having a renewed, or revamped mind that will break you free from earthly place living and bring you into heavenly place living.
There, in a heavenly place, seeing the invisible objects becomes easy.
Probably the most important of all heavenly place objects is the throne of God.
And guess what, in God’s heavenly places you are co sitted in Christ with God on His throne.
The authority and confidence of co sitting on the throne of God is the constant which puts the law of faith into motion.


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