It is of uttermost importance you realize that sometimes no matter how saved and sanctified you are, no matter what tongue talking child of God you are, you will be confronted with giants on the way as you step out to live your life to fullest. Does that make you any less a spiritual, faith-filled person? No. it absolutely does not. This is the point where you rise up on the inside and live what you believe. You know that you have overcome the world. You know that you are more than a conqueror. You know that eyes have not seen what you are about to fulfill through the anointed one and his anointing that is upon your life. Therefore, pull out from within you the confidence and divine enablement stored up in your spirit by speaking words of faith and power. When pressures suddenly spring up on you as you journey to fulfilling your destiny, realize that your faith is the victory, anchor and passport to a great future.
Abraham, the epitome of trust and obedience he is, received the promise through faith. He knew something of the God who gives life to the dead and calls those things which be not as though they are (Romans 4:17). He looked not unto the seeming pressure on his physical body. He continued to travel the way to fulfilling destiny even though his body spoke contrary; “he being not weak in faith did not consider the deadness of Sarah’s womb,” (Romans 4:19 paraphrased). Abraham did not consider the obvious. He did not look at the pressure because he He knew where he was going. He knew what God told him. He believed in his future. Consequently, he became “fully persuaded that God had power to do what he had promised,” Romans 4:21 (KJV).
Do you can have a high degree of conviction right down in your Spirit? Do you know that you call pull through in grand style no matter what happens? Go ahead and hold on. When those pressures come, whip out faith-filled words and dare to become what the creator designed you to be. Realize that no matter what comes your way, it is that inner conviction that will keep propelling you forward in life. You have to be persuaded that He who has called you is able to take you to that expected end.