Faith: A Precious Treasure

“Consequently, faith comes from hearing the message, and the message is heard through the word about Christ.”

– Romans 10:17

I am concluding the Golden Trinity of treasures today, which are the three greatest heavenly treasures found in God’s Word. First is favor with God and man, second is wisdom, and finally, faith. Faith is a treasure trove of miracles and victory against all odds! Faith doesn’t come from thinking deeper or trying harder. There’s only one way to get faith, and that’s through the Bible. Increasing your faith can only be accomplished by hearing the Word of God. The first step is to hear it, and the second step is to believe it. 

The Bible is bread! This isn’t bread that you eat occasionally — it’s your daily bread. The faith my wife Hannah has is amazing. She lays hands on people and they get well. When Hannah speaks, people believe, and their spirits change. Her habit is to read the Bible every day. Recently, we arrived home at two in the morning after a long trip with delays at the airport. I finally crawled into bed, exhausted, and I heard Hannah turn on her lamp. Her Bible in hand, she asked, “Do you mind if I read for a few minutes?” Of course I said, “No, I don’t mind.” Her faith comes from the Bible!

Friend, to achieve faith and miracles in your life and overcome things against all odds, you must “eat your bread” every day. Take five minutes a day to read the Word of God or listen to it in the car. As you incorporate each of these three treasures, you can be assured that your life will never be the same! Your entire life will be enriched by these incredible God-given treasures, and you’ll be able to access them endlessly in order to gain everything you need and want in life.

Father, show me the best way to incorporate daily reading of Your Word.


Is your faith based on God’s Word? What can you do to increase your faith?

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