The 10 principles of faith

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The 10 principles of faith

Every time we use our faith, we give God no option but to answer us. Even if the wickedest person on earth materialises his faith in the Word of God, God has to fulfil it, as the Word is God and vice versa. It must come to pass.

Every religion explores faith, but which one is the kind that pleases God?

“But without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him.” (Hebrews 11:6)

You need to know the principles of faith, otherwise your faith will be a religious one and this is the personification of hypocrisy.

1. Conscience – We cannot have a nonsensical, unreasonable faith. Our faith must be intelligent. (2 Timothy 1:12)

2. Word of truth – Yes, yes, no no; have an immaculate character. (Matthew 5:37)

3. Justice – Live in justice with no interest in hurting anyone. (Matthew 23:23)

4. Truth – Live in truth. The further you are from the truth, the closer you are to lies. (Proverbs 12:22)

5. Sincerity – It knows no pretence. (Joshua 24:14)

6. Faithfulness – to God…in everything! (Matthew 25:21)

7. Honour – A heart according to God’s own heart with no need for justifying one’s mistakes. (1 Samuel 2:30)

8. Dignity – The state/quality of being worthy of honour or respect. (Matthew 7:12)

9. Discipline – The Kingdom of God is discipline. (Proverbs 3:11,12)

10. Love – Nothing to do with feelings. In Greek: family, eros and agape. The agape love is the love of God. It is unconditional. (Luke 6:32).

God bless you.

Bishop Randal Brito
bishop@uckgnew.org

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    Abigail Muchira

    18th October 2015

    Good Morning Bishop, thank you for the typing the 10 principles of faith. The one which stands out for me is 'Honour'. The reason being is that before I could give all excuses under the sum to justify my mistakes, I could always blame someone and state that 'I behave the way I do because you did something to me', a tit for a tat. However Bishop, I have learnt that these habits were just excuses, excuses for me to not honour God. Now, I don't accept these excuses to justify my mistakes. I am prepared to deal with the consequences of my mistakes and own up to them. By faith, I believe I am growing .stronger.

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    Gemma zambra

    1st June 2016

    Hello Bishop Thank you for typing 10 principle's of faith. I caught my attention is SINCERITY- ITS KNOWS NO PRETENCE. Because I want to be a sincere to the Lord. I want to sincere my faith to Him. Because without SINCERITY OF MY LIFE .I'm lost. And I want to sincere to my communion with God.

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