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Busting Faith

Even a small act can activate God's power.
I feel like busting loose. 

That's my faith talking.

Real faith.

Mustard seed faith.

This is what I mean: What if you blew up a balloon with tiny little breaths (because that's all you may have had in you at the time) and before you knew it, that balloon blew up so much you couldn't believe your eyes? You looked in wonder at what was happening right before you. That balloon became something big. It got huge simply because you made a move. You did something. Then progress happened. You weren't dreaming. Things were changing.

It was really happening. Finally.

Did you know those small breaths were your breaths of power? They may have been all you had to give, yet you gave them. You blew. You didn't just stand idle. You acted. That's how mustard seed faith works. When you simply trust God with your whole being (even if you think you're starting small), when you raise your hands towards Him, when you lift your voice for Him, when you sing His praises, He will ensure those "small" moves manifest into something magnificent. Why? Because He's the God of defying every single odd that was stacked against you. He will show everyone who He is. He will remind all people that He is the God Almighty. 

The One and Only. 

We just have to come to Him as we are and give whatever it is we have to give at the time. If you can only blow one breath, do it. God can work with that. He will act on your behalf, because you trusted Him. And although you may not have had that much strength in your breath, in your voice, in your body, or in your mind, you still gave what you had to Him. Those moves were steps of faith activation. 

Do them over and over again -- acts of faith -- mustard seed faith. Then God will make those mustard seeds bust wide open.

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Luke 17:20


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