Another Look At Faith

By (author)Kenneth E. Hagin

Are you feeling discouraged in your faith walk? Have you struggled to see the promises of God manifest in your life? It’s time to take another look at the powerful operation of faith!

In Another Look at Faith, Kenneth W. Hagin offers insightful, Word-based answers to the questions and challenges that believers face in their faith ventures. You’ll learn why some fail in their attempts to believe God, and how you can receive answers from God’s Word when you learn how to receive in faith.

Without faith, it is impossible to please God or live in the fullness of His provision. But with a clear understanding of the operation of faith, you can overcome every obstacle and walk in the victory that God has already provided through Jesus Christ.

Don’t let a lack of knowledge or misguided beliefs hold you back any longer. It’s time to take another look at faith and discover the true power and potential of a faith-filled life. Order your copy of Another Look at Faith today and embark on a journey of transformation and victory!

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It’s Time To Take Another Look. Many believers have been discouraged because of a lack of knowledge concerning the operation of faith. Some have operated in presumption or even foolishness by trying to believe God for things He never promised in His Word. Others have failed to mix patience and perseverance with their faith and have fallen by the wayside, just short of obtaining the promise.

But it’s time to take another look at this all-important Bible subject. Without faith, it is impossible to please God. Without faith, it is impossible to live in the fullness of what God has provided for us through the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Without faith, it is impossible to be saved!

So what does the Bible have to say about faith? Plenty! And in Another Look at Faith, Kenneth W. Hagin offers insightful, Word-based answers to why some fail in their “faith” ventures and how you can receive answers from God’s Word when you learn how to receive in faith.


Chapter 1
What Faith Is Not
And Jesus answering saith unto them, Have faith in God. For verily I say
unto you, That whosoever shall SAY unto this mountain, Be thou removed,
and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall
believe that those things which he SAITH shall come to pass; he shall have
whatsoever he SAITH. Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye
desire, when ye pray, BELIEVE that ye receive them, and ye shall have them.
—Mark 11:22–24
Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not
seen. —Hebrews 11:1
Jesus told us to have faith in God. The margin note in my King James
Bible says, “Have the faith of God.” God wants us to have His kind of faith.
The God-kind of faith believes and speaks. That’s how God created the
universe in the first place (see Genesis chapter 1).
We need to take another look at faith—Bible faith—so we can understand
the God-kind of faith. Some people say things about faith that don’t line up
with the Word of God. Many people have assumed things about faith that are
not biblically correct. When people don’t understand Bible faith, they often
make false assumptions about it.
Their false ideas about faith influence their remarks, attitudes, and actions.
What they assume to be faith is not biblical faith at all, so they end up
disappointed, thinking that faith in God doesn’t work. They are misled just
because they don’t know what Bible faith is and what it is not. So we need to
take another look at faith and see what Bible faith really is.
One Misconception
For example, one misconception about faith is that it is wrong to believe
God for specific things or for specific needs to be met. Some people say that
we only need a general faith in God because believing God for a specific
prayer request is manipulating Him, and that detracts from His sovereignty.
They teach that it is only appropriate to pray, “Lord, Thy will be done,”
because we can never know the will of God. Therefore, to pray for anything
specific may be praying against the will of God.
For example, these people teach that you may be praying for God to meet a
financial need in your life, while God may want you to be poor. So they
believe God may want to teach you something by allowing you to suffer with
lack and poverty. Therefore, they say that if you pray for God to meet your
financial needs, you could be praying against the will of God.
According to this teaching, you can never pray about anything specific
with any confidence. You can only pray, “Lord, Your will be done.” And you
can never know what God’s will is because “God moves in mysterious ways,
His wonders to perform.”
But one problem with this teaching is that people assume that whatever the
outcome, it must be God’s will!
We can pray about our specific needs. The Bible teaches us that God wants
to supply our specific needs.
19 But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.
God wants to meet our specific needs! In fact, you should be specific with
God based on the promises in His Word. Faith begins where the will of God
is known, and if you know what His Word promises, then you know you can
receive your specific petition. This is what the Bible teaches!
1 JOHN 5:14–15
14 And this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his
will, he heareth us:
15 And if we know that he hear us, whatsoever we ask, we know that we have the petitions
that we desired of him.
How can believing God for specific requests be unscriptural? After all, if
you don’t believe God specifically for salvation, you can’t get saved. Without
faith to receive the baptism in the Holy Spirit, you can’t receive this gift from
God. Without faith, you can’t receive any of the promises of God in your life.
Does the Bible give us any instances of people believing God for specific
needs, such as healing? If people in the Bible believed God for specific needs
to be met, then we can know it is scriptural to use our faith to receive specific
petitions from God.
The Woman With the Issue of Blood
In Mark 5, there was a woman who had suffered for twelve years with an
issue of blood. She needed to be healed. She had suffered many things of
many physicians and was not better, but rather grew worse.
MARK 5:25–34
25 And a certain woman, which had an issue of blood twelve years,
26 And had suffered many things of many physicians, and had spent all that she had, and
was nothing bettered, but rather grew worse,
27 When she had heard of Jesus, came in the press behind, and touched his garment.
28 For she said, If I may touch but his clothes, I shall be whole.
29 And straightway the fountain of her blood was dried up; and she felt in her body that
she was healed of that plague.
30 And Jesus, immediately knowing in himself that virtue had gone out of him, turned him
about in the press, and said, Who touched my clothes?
31 And his disciples said unto him, Thou seest the multitude thronging thee, and sayest
thou, Who touched me?
32 And he looked round about to see her that had done this thing.
33 But the woman fearing and trembling, knowing what was done in her, came and fell
down before him, and told him all the truth.
34 And he said unto her, Daughter, thy faith hath made thee whole; go in peace, and be
whole of thy plague.
The woman with the issue of blood said, “If I may touch but his clothes, I
will be whole” (v. 28). In other words, she was believing God specifically for
her healing. She had faith for a specific need to be met in her life—the
healing of her body.
This woman believed that touching Jesus would heal her of a long-standing
infirmity. She specifically believed she would be healed of the issue of blood
she’d suffered with for twelve long years.
Notice that when Jesus asked, “Who touched Me?” He did not try to
correct her theology or try to change the way she’d used her faith (v. 30). He
did not go off on a doctrinal dissertation, telling her, “Don’t ask Me to meet
your specific needs or desires; I only answer general prayers.”
Jesus simply looked at her and said, “Daughter, thy faith hath made thee
whole” (v. 34). Her faith for a specific need was rewarded because she was
healed and made completely whole!

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