Practice makes perfect. Perfection will never be attained in a profession that is not consciously and consistently practiced. Faith is a profession that also requires practice. And just as we have legal and medical practitioners, we also have faith practitioners. A medical practitioner may begin his career by curing malaria or fever, but if he is consistent in the practice of Medicine, it will not be long before he begins to cure cancer and many other terminal diseases.
If your faith cannot get you what you need, then you have not practiced enough. As a matter of scriptures, the bible says "if your strength fails you in the day of battle, then your strength is small". Faith is the strength of every believer; if you do not have faith, then you do not have strength. Faith practitioners do not only study the word, they also practice it. Studying the word without practicing it will never make you a faith practitioner, you would only be deceiving yourself. We study the word of God to obtain the faith degree, and that is why the Bible says we should study to show ourselves approved. But having a degree in medicine does not make you a medical practitioner, it is practice that does. What is the use of a degree if you will not practice with it? What is the proof of faith if there is no practice?
That's how far we'd go on today's Timely Note. But take this last words; ALL LAWYERS MAY HAVE THE SAME PROFESSION, BUT THEIR PRACTICE VARY. WE MAY ALL BE CHRISTIANS, BUT OUR PRACTICE OF FAITH IS WHAT DISTINGUISHES US. Have a most fruitful day, in Jesus precious name!
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