God Forgets Our Repented Sins – pt.2

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We move God by faith when,  we resonate with what He has told us, either by a revelation we receive or by claiming any of the promises found in His word. Why is that so important? When we agree and believe what He has said to us, we are transmitting those frequencies of “thoughts”. When we transmit those same vibrations of energy in thought and speak them back to God, we double the power of the energy wave.

Remember our previous illustration of the wave? (Illustration found in “Think Well, Live Well Now book)  When one wave joins another wave of the same energy frequencies, it doubles in strength. This is how we move God by the working of our faith. What is faith? The substance of things hoped for but the evidence of things not seen.

This is illustrated in the physical, for example, when the woman with the issue of blood touched Jesus in Matthew 9:20, “And, behold, a woman, which was diseased with an issue of blood twelve years, came behind him, and touched the hem of his garment:” The original translation actually says that “someone tapped into me.” It was her energy of faith to connect and be in harmony with Jesus’ energy that brought about her miracle, by altering her distorted energy which had produced the problems in her blood.

The woman tapped into Jesus’ perfect set of energetic frequencies, causing her distorted vibrations to conform into the perfect wave forms of Jesus. She received her miracle by the action of her faith, the action of having hope in the invisible. She put her faith into operation. You could say you work your thoughts of energy, by telling yourself and making a heart connection to conform to what you believe Jesus already possesses. He has all of your healings, or miracles of divine energy because He holds all things together. She speaks what she believes in her heart in Matthew 9:21-22 “For she said within herself, If I may but touch his garment, I shall be whole. But Jesus turned him about, and when he saw her, he said, Daughter, be of good comfort; thy faith hath made thee whole. And the woman was made whole from that hour.”

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