When you put something on lay-away, you go home with a receipt thinking that one day it's going to be yours. You have so much confidence in the system to believe that the people are going to do what they said they would do. You put your money down on it, they took it off the shelf and put your name on it. They then put it in the warehouse. The terms of the agreement are, if you continue to pay on it until you pay it off, then you will get it out of the warehouse and you can take it to your home. You have so much confidence in this system that you are willing to tell everyone what you bought. Even though it's not yours yet. It's not at your house yet, you have no visible evidence. All you have is the receipt in your hand. But you are telling everyone that you just bought you a sofa. You even go home and make room for the sofa. Why? Because you have confidence in the process. You should also have this same type of confidence in the faith process. If you have this same confidence in the faith process, then opening your mouths and talking about it would not be a problem. You are suppose to put pressure on your tongues. You should guard what you say and guard it well. You should not be intimidated by this if you understand the faith process. Faith is being certain of what you hope for without seeing it. Faith is a deep conviction of an internal belief that produces corresponding action. Faith is also the inward knowing and complete assurance of something for which there is no corporal or material evidence.
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