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The Deed is Yours

The deed is yours,

Don’t give it away.

Satan will try to steal it,

Every single day.

 

The deed that you own,

Is the faith you were given.

Each has a measure of faith,

From your Father up in heaven.

 

Faith will manifest the outcome,

Of everything you’ll ever need.

So hold onto that treasure.

Don’t let go of that precious deed.

 

Faith is that, which is hoped for,

Things that you cannot see.

Faith was given to each man,

For us to learn to walk free.

 

Free of the bondages,

That Satan tries to throw your way.

He wants to keep you captive,

And take that hope away.

 

Hope is in our Father God.

Hope is for life eternally,

To live in that heavenly place,

A place that was made perfectly.

 

We have the deed in our hand.

Perfection is worth waiting for.

Don’t turn your back on faith

It is something we have in store.

 

 

God gave each of us a measure,

Enough for us to succeed,

So hold onto your title,

And keep your heavenly deed.

TRW 7-8-16

 

Hebrews 11:1

1Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. 2For by it the elders obtained a good report. 3Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear

 

Everyday we live, we walk in faith or hope for a better day. Even when life has not been good for us, we hang on to the hope that tomorrow will be better. You can understand why Satan wants to steal that gift from us. If we lose our hope, we have lost the battle in life. God gave each man a measure of faith to help us survive the hardships in life. If we find that something does not go as we planned, we try to do it differently, hoping for a better outcome. Hope and faith are so closely tied together, it is hard to think of one without the other. God gave you faith, and expects you to develop it by trying to understand the Word of God written in the scriptures. Take some time to develop the gift that has been given to you. Go with the expectation of receiving good things.

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