For we walk by faith, not by sight. - In these eight words the apostle Paul is giving us great insight how to operate in faith and he is saying to be successful in the kingdom of God, because you have to walk by faith and not by what you see in the natural. We all have the power of God, the Holy Spirit abiding on the inside of us, ever present to empower the things that we say in faith, but the pressures of the natural realm are continually working against your faith and your confession. 
Believing is a choice and we have to become like children in regards to believing because children will believe whatever their parents tell them and that’s why it is so important what we tell our kids. My favorite thing to do with my children was before they went to sleep was to tell them a bible story about men and women of faith. Believing is not hard, it is just a choice.
The anointing of the Holy Spirit has amazing qualities which is well beyond natural things or abilities. The anointing that you receive from Him abides in you and that same anointing teaches you concerning all things. So, when you realise this, you can begin to exercise your faith and ask the Holy Spirit to teach and instruct you regarding the issue or yoke that is hindering you.
Jesus wants you to have a story, to have a testimony of what He has done for you. One of the keys to moving in the Holy Spirit is telling someone, “Let me tell you what happened to me, let me tell you my story”. Ask them, “have you ever been healed?” People want to know someone they know who was healed. To receive a miracle, we have to get the seed of faith into our heart. So how do we do this? We do with our words.
The apostle Paul writes this like he is the race of his life or like he is climbing a mountain that most people would give up on. We must also understand that there are more that don’t want you to make, it compared to those who do. It is like the old TV game shows called “It’s a Knockout” & “Wipeout” where contestants would try to make it past obstacles and the opposition were there trying to distract them and knock them of course so that they would have to go back to the start again. There was the slowly rotating log above the water which may seem a challenge to many but when you add in the opposing team waiting to release their swinging “knock them off the pole” bags, only the contestants who could keep their cool and an eye on what the enemy was trying to do, would make it through. In real life it is exactly what our enemy the devil is always trying to do, and he does this by distracting us and knocking us of the course when we least expect it by hitting us with bags of sickness and disease, depression and discouragement. The more knocks we receive, the more discouraged and weaker we become and the more focus on yourself and less on Jesus, but Heb 12:2 says, Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith.
The deep is not what you know, the deep is whatever is not operational in your life. The deep is letting go of the rope that has you safely tied up to the shore where all the other boats are. We have to develop a trust relationship with the Holy Spirit, then things will begin to happen.

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