Faith always speaks, Faith has a voice, Faith speaks to the mountain – Hebrews 11:6

What Faith Is:

  1. If you only knew what was on the other side of your mountain…you would move it.
  2. Whosoever…shall have…Whatsoever.
  3. Jesus spoke to the fig tree in Mark 11:14 and it died. The fig tree was a mountain.
  4. If it was God’s will for the mountain to be there, Jesus would not have told you to move it.
  5. Your mountain is your problem: sickness, weakness, poverty, lack, etc.
  6. Words are the building blocks of FAITH.
  7. When you begin to say, you are on the way.
  8. Faith will not necessarily prevent all mountains, but it will move them!
  9. The reason words will move a mountain is because mountains are made by words.
  10. If you could find someone whose speech was perfectly true, you’d have a perfect person, in perfect control of life.
  11. A bit in the mouth of a horse controls the whole horse.
  12. A small rudder on a huge ship in the hands of a skilled captain sets the course in the face of the strongest wind.
  13. A word out of your mouth may seem of no account, but it can accomplish nearly everything—or destroy it!
  14. Words are powerful; take them seriously. Words can be your salvation. Words can also be your damnation.
  15. For by your words you will be justified and acquitted, and by your words you will be condemned and sentenced.
  16. If the mountain is there, you can move it.
  17. There are no immovable mountains.
  18. Change your words and change your world.
  19. If what you have in life is all up to God, Jesus never would have said you can speak to a mountain. (Mark 11:23)
  20. The spirit of faith: Believe and Speak.
  21. The spirit of faith will make you swing out over hell on a cornstalk and spit in the devil’s eye!
  22. The spirit of faith will make a tadpole slap a whale!
  23. The door to the supernatural has one knob, and it is on your side of the door.
  24. The door to the supernatural swings on two hinges…Believing and Speaking.
  25. Your faith will never rise above your words.
  26. If you’re not happy with what you have in life, check out what you’ve been saying.
  27. “…What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them.” (Mark 11:24).
  28. The SPIRIT OF FAITH will announce the outcome in the middle of adversity.
  29. It’s not necessary, unless it’s necessary.
  30. Faith will cause you to shout while the walls are still standing.
  31. Your words can limit you or loose you!
  32. Your voice is your address in the realm of the spirit. Satan should have taped your mouth shut.
  33. Praising God is an act of faith and will release your faith.
  34. Get a grip on your lip! Confession always precedes and sustains possession.
  35. “Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering… .” (Heb. 10:23)
  36. Confession builds the road over which faith carries its mighty cargo.
  37. “Wherefore, holy brethren, partakers of the heavenly calling, consider the Apostle and High Priest of our profession, Christ Jesus… .” (Heb. 3:1)
  38. Never run at your giant (mountain) with your mouth shut!!!
  39. Winning the war of words is necessary to win the fight of faith.
  40. Jesus won the war of words. It is written…It is written.
  41. Nothing will establish you and build your faith as quickly as confession.
  42. The reason the majority of Christians are weak, though they are sincere, is because they have never dared to make a bold confession of who they are in Christ. —E. W. Kenyon
  43. Our identification with Christ demands the identical confession of faith.
  44. I am who God says I am. I have what God says I have. I can do what God says I can do.
  45. Faith is an act: The simplest definition of faith is acting like the Bible is true.
  46. Faith without corresponding action is dead.
  47. Faith has a vocal and body language.
  48. The spirit of faith can be seen and heard.
  49. Your faith must move your mouth before it moves your mountain.
  50. Faith moves God. Faith moves mountains. Faith won’t move anything until it moves you. The first part of you that your faith will move is your mouth.
  51. God is a faith God. But without faith it is impossible to please God. (Heb. 11:6)
  52. You will have to carry dead faith, but living faith will carry you.
  53. Dead faith is about as good to you as a dead Jesus.
  54. Jesus is alive and so should your faith be.
  55. The Holy Spirit will always prompt you to act in faith, but your act is opening the door for God’s act.
  56. The Spirit of God doesn’t land everywhere…Faith is the landing strip that the Holy Spirit lands on.
  57. Faith isn’t pretty. (1 Cor. 1:27)
  58. Some people would have great faith, but they are too self-conscious to “get ugly” for Jesus.
  59. Faith is a team sport, the church should work together.
  60. Everyone needs at least four “crazy” friends who believe that with God all things are possible. (Mark 2:3)
  61. If the devil can trick you into being independent, he can get you out of a place of faith.
  62. When faith cometh…Fear goeth!
  63. When faith cometh…You knoweth! (Rom. 10:17)
  64. Jesus said “my words in your mouth are just as powerful as my words in My mouth.”
  65. The Word of God spoken to you must be spoken through you.
  66. The Word of God was spoken before it was written, and it was written so it could be spoken.
  67. The whole Bible is not about faith, but the whole Bible does have the capacity to produce faith for whatever you need to receive from God.
  68. It is impossible to boldly claim by faith a blessing that you are not sure God is offering.
  69. God delights in His children stepping out over the aching void with nothing under their feet but the Word of God.
  70. When you put God’s Word in your mouth, you’re breathing in the life of God.
  71. God’s Word in your mouth is mouth-to-mouth resuscitation from God.
  72. Our only safeguard from dropping back into our natural mind with which we can receive nothing from God is by being filled and filled again with the Holy Spirit. —Smith Wigglesworth
  73. The Holy Ghost will always move you to speak!
  74. God’s head-bypass operation: Speaking…in the Holy Ghost.
  75. Holy Spirit Speech Therapy: Speaking…is a means of spiritual edification and supernatural communication with God.
  76. The God-kind of faith is not an accessory or an option; it is an absolute necessity!
  77. Every born-again believer has a measure of mountain moving faith.
  78. With God it is not just what you can believe for, but what you can obey for.
  79. Faith is obeying God even when there is an element of the unknown.
  80. Sometimes a stretch of water must be walked on before you can get to Jesus for the miracle you need.
  81. Any time God wants to change someone’s life, He always touches their mouth.
  82. Living by faith is not something you do every once in a while; it’s a daily walk with God.
  83. God’s plan for your life requires you to walk by faith.
  84. The biggest enemy to faith is unforgiveness.
  85. Faith works by love. A step out of love is a step out of God. (1 Cor. 13:4-8)
  86. Satan is impatient. You can outlast him.
  87. Your enemy, the devil, does not have any of the fruit of the spirit. Develop the fruit of the spirit and you will overcome.
  88. Any man may be changed by faith no matter how he may be fettered.
  89. Whenever you believe God, you will always cheer up!
  90. Joy is the bridge between believing and receiving.
  91. Faith: The door to the supernatural.
  92. There is no pressure on you to make it happen. The only pressure on you is to believe.
  93. You are the believer and God is the performer.
  94. The same faith that makes you whole…keeps you whole.
  95. Keep the faith switch turned on!
  96. If you don’t see any glory, you’d better check your “believer” because if you do believe, you will see the glory.
  97. Make sure your “speaker” is hooked up to your “believer.”
  98. God has tied Himself irrevocably to human cooperation in the execution of divine purposes. He has made man’s faith a determining factor in the work of redemption. —Dr. Lillian B. Yeomans
  99. A man gets what he believes for in life—nothing more, nothing less.
  100. There are four kinds of expectation: Positive, Negative, Misguided and Neutral.
  101. It takes faith to go where God wants you to go, and it takes faith to stay where God wants you to stay.
  102. The spirit of faith will make you leave your comfort zone.
  103. The spirit of faith is a pioneer spirit.
  104. There are three kinds of people: Pioneers, Settlers, and Museum Keepers. Pioneers are constantly pressing into new territories. Settlers are content to stay in their comfort zone. Museum keepers are content to dust off the memories of the past.
  105. The faith fight is the only fight believers are called to fight.
  106. If you will keep your faith, your faith will keep you.
  107. The Word of God—Bible.
  108. Jesus—Jesus is the Word.
  109. Believing Chapter and Verse.
  110. Standing with only the Word supporting you.
  111. Calling those things that be not as though they were.
  112. The substance of things hoped for.
  113. The evidence of things not seen.
  114. Worry-free, carefree, and anxiety-free.
  115. Boldly speaking the Word.
  116. Does not look at the problem; but looks at the Word.
  117. Meditates on the promises (answer) of God.
  118. Speaks to the mountain; telling it where to go and where to stay.
  119. Having faith in what Jesus has already done for us.
  120. Keeping your eyes on the answer—God’s Word.
  121. What comes from the Word.
  122. Increased by the Word of God.
  123. Comes out of your Heart (spirit and soul).
  124. Is the evidence/proof that you already have the answer.
  125. What God is.
  126. Acting like you have already received your answer.
  127. Commitment to receiving God’s Word.
  128. Acting in line with God’s Word.
  129. Walking like you have already received.
  130. Walking in the love of God.
  131. Walking in forgiveness at all times.
  132. Increased by meditating God’s Word.
  133. Having God’s Word before you move.
  134. Released with your MOUTH and ACTIONS.
  135. Actions.
  136. Resting on God’s Word.
  137. Thanking, praising and worshiping.
  138. Laughing at sickness.
  139. Laughing at the Devil.
  140. Comes by: reading, hearing, teaching, preaching, meditating, confessing, and acting on God’s Word. Speaking the end results.
  141. Seeking God’s Word first.
  142. Pleasing to Your Heavenly Father.
  143. Putting God’s Word in your heart.
  144. Picturing the answer in your heart.
  145. What you base all prayer on.
  146. Believing first and receiving second.
  147. Hope is future, but faith is NOW.
  148. Boldly confesses God’s Word.
  149. Pressing through until you have 100%.
  150. Developed in your HEART (spirit & soul) by the Word.
  151. Your confession corresponds to the level of faith in your heart.
  152. The force issuing out of your heart (spirit & soul) bringing life & health to your flesh.
  153. Feeding your soul (carnal mind, Rom. 8:6) God’s Word each day.
  154. Pulling things out of the spirit realm into the natural realm.
  155. Grasping the unreality of hope and bringing it into the realm of reality.
  156. Saying about itself everything that the Word says.
  157. Saying, “I have it now.”
  158. Having heart faith that will receive from God.
  159. Walking by faith not by sight.
  160. Having heart faith that will receive from God.
  161. Believing you have it before you can see it.
  162. Never future.
  163. Seeing the end results.
  164. Putting God’s Word first and feelings second.
  165. Faith’s confession creates reality.
  166. Practicing God’s Word.
  167. Doubting not in your heart.
  168. Trusting in the Word with all your heart.
  169. What you say is your faith speaking.
  170. God’s Word feeds your faith—not your flesh.
  171. Not having the answer yet.
  172. Is taking responsibility for your healing.

What Faith Is Not:

  1. Being controlled by your five physical senses.
  2. Being controlled by your doctor’s report.
  3. Being controlled by what you hear.
  4. Being controlled by what you see.
  5. Looking at your problem.
  6. Excitement or feelings.
  7. Doing good things.
  8. Needing God’s Word confirmed.
  9. Imitating someone else unless they are acting on God’s Word.
  10. Emotions.
  11. Talking a good job.
  12. Doing good works to be healed.
  13. Being led by your feelings.
  14. Impressing other Christians.
  15. Following church doctrine.
  16. Doubting God’s Word.
  17. Doing your own thing.
  18. Something that came from the world.
  19. Something that came from textbooks.
  20. Automatic—you have to put it in your heart.
  21. Following someone’s instructions unless it is the Word of God.
  22. Wishing it would work.
  23. Hoping it might work.
  24. Believing for 10,000 oil wells.
  25. Wondering if it will work.
  26. Real faith is not praying the prayer of faith one time and waiting for it to work. Faith works.
  27. Ignoring the problem and hoping it will go away.
  28. Looking for the answer outside of the Word of God.
  29. Depending on the lottery to pay your bills.
  30. Wondering if it will ever work. The Word always works.