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Do you know that what God promised you, is still there? Oh yes, it's still there. It's just that you can't see it in the natural. You can only see it with your spiritual eyes. You see, that's how faith works. It's the substance or confidence of things we hope for and the evidence, assurance, certainty, and proof of things that we do not see. Hebrews 11:1 is proof of that. So, when you start getting down, as we all do from time to time, about things that God promised you -- things God showed you, but they haven't been manifested yet? Know that what you want manifested in your life will still happen. It will come to pass. It will show itself in your life. But this is the thing though: it will only show itself if you do not give up and lose hope. That's it. Don't lose hope, because it's taking too long. You can't give up because of that. You have to stay with it. What else do you have? Faith is sometimes all we have to get to the things that God has for us to get to. That's all ok. Sometimes He just wants to know that we're going to abandon His promise.

Do you know that you have things in your life that somebody else is praying for? Do you know you are blessed with certain things that somebody has been waiting for? It's true. And the same applies to them -- that somebody is praying for what they have and so-on and so-forth. So we can't give up, because if we do give up, there's a high probability that what we want to see, will not be seen. Look at the scripture again my friends. Hebrews 11:1 says, faith is the substance hoped for, the evidence of things we don't see. Faith. Yes, that power word that we often underestimate, simply because it takes too much trust in the things we can't control. The fact is, if we could control everything, why in the world would we need God? Why would we need Him regarding anything in our lives? Why would we need Him to bring anything to fruition? We could just it ourselves, right? 

So, we have to believe that what's on the other side is worth getting. And we have to be willing to go through all the things we can't see to be able to get there. We can get there. So, keep your faith no matter how long it takes to get what God promised you, because everybody is waiting for something. You're going to get what you're waiting for. Just don't lose hope.  
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