Faith in Action
When I first went into the Philippines and left Manila, I left the group of men I was with. One offered me a bottle of vitamins, another offered me a bottle of pills to put in the water, and several other varieties of things. I would have had a small bag full of bottles of things to take. I said to them, “Brethren, you’re going into areas that you might need them. You keep them. I preach the Word of Faith. I demonstrate the Word of Faith wherever I go. If I don’t have faith to take a drink of water when I’m thirsty, my gospel becomes incredible! Unless I can believe God for a drink of water, I can’t believe God for anything! I cannot attain the credibility that I desire with the people”.
Now I’m talking about the regular drinking water that they drink. I’m not talking about going and drinking out of a frog pond or a cow track or something like that. Don’t misunderstand me. If the natives don’t drink it, don’t you drink it. Don’t you go playing some crazy idea that you have faith for something. Continue reading