If at Any Time in Your Life You Believed Romans 10:9-10 – You Are Really Never All Alone…Backsliding Is Kaput! God Does Not Renig!

“Knowing of the Son of God who abides in our hearts is to ascertain the still small voice of God in our daily lives.

In truth – wheresoever you live – wherever you go – where you are at this moment, this is the place you are with God in Christ – in you.

Christ Jesus is the true voice of our God, and he speaks to us of his Father’s love, giving us daily spiritual inspirations of loving comfort, and showing us that we are never alone when walking with him. Christ comforts, exhorts, and edifies our daily endeavors to know him personally as our Savior.” ~LMJ & CAJ~

Romans 10:9-10:
That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.

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“Man on his own efforts can tap into believing and ascertain that there is some kind of power behind his believing, but he will never come to know the source of the power without coming to know God. Jesus said in essence that, it will rain on the just and on the unjust (Matthew 5:45), meaning everyone has the same ‘chance’ in this life to believe, for God’s spiritual Law of believing is equally available to everyone. But when God becomes your Father, you also have the blessed privilege to believe in God’s own power, because you will have direct access into the living room of the Lawgiver: God (Romans 5:1-2, Ephesians 2:19)!” ~LMJ~

The Power in Believing (The Shorter Version)

Written by Larry M. Jaynes:

There is “power in believing” is a common phrase. We have books that could easily fill a library written on the subject. The power of believing comes from the mind of man’s positive and assertive actions, and it is something that is within the very nature of the human mind to believe. When anyone, saint or sinner believes, they will receive, because believing is a Law that when tapped into will work equally for anyone. Yet, what distinguishes a Christian believer is that he or she has the Word of God to believe in, and our God is the Creator of the power in the Law of believing.

Matthew 8:13 – And Jesus said unto the centurion, Go thy way; and as thou hast believed, so be it done unto thee. And his servant was healed in the selfsame hour {immediately}.

This Centurion came to Jesus asking for his help and he was hoping that Jesus would heal his personal servant who became very sick and he was “grievously tormented.” However, Jesus in Matthew 8 explains that all the Centurion himself had to do was believe because when someone believes they receive. We can see by the above verse that the servant was healed as soon as Jesus explained the Law of believing to the Centurion, which means that he believed and tapped into the power in believing.

A great lesson here is that the Centurion came to Jesus for guidance, the same kind of guidance that we can receive when we come to the Word to find the help we may need to increase our own believing, because the Word of God takes the place of the physical Christ and his guidance. Wherever the principles of positive believing are manifested great things begin to happen for anyone who applies them. However, the believing Christian has an edge when he begins to learn the Word, for he can tap into the power of believing in which God Himself is the source of the power.

Matthew 21:22 – And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask {of God} in prayer, believing, ye shall receive.

Man on his own efforts can tap into believing and ascertain that there is some kind of power behind his believing, but he will never come to know the source of the power without coming to know God. Jesus said in essence that, it will rain on the just and on the unjust (Matthew 5:45), meaning everyone has the same “chance” in this life to believe, for God’s spiritual Law of believing is equally available to everyone. But when God becomes your Father, you also have the blessed privilege to believe in God’s own power, because you will have direct access into the living room of the Lawgiver: God (Romans 5:1-2; Ephesians 2:19)!

You have been given the power of God and His true guidance in His Word to achieve “all things, whatsoever ye shall ask.” When you ask God, you have access into the “exceeding greatness” (Ephesians 1:19) of God’s divine power that will work as you believe it.