Give God the Glory – Bear fruit!

My Father is glorified, when you bear much fruit; so shall you all be my disciples.

John 15:8

What do you think, when will God be glorified?

When we suffer, when we survive the attacks of Satan, when we are sick?

I think some Christians have that old and traditional thinking that God wants us to life in pain and difficulties.

BUT this is not what the Bible says!

It says that God gets all the glory when they see the lame walk and the blind see (Matthew 15:31). What is the fruit here? Lives are being restored and healed by the power of God.

Whenever something supernatural happens, when the Holy Spirit does it´s work and things are being shifted to the positiv – then you know that´s the fruit. That´s when you are giving God the glory.

God wants you to life a supernatural and powerful life, full of healings, blessings, joy and happiness! When you life by the will of God and do what the Bible says, then you will bear fruit and give HIM all the glory.

Credits to this awesome daily prayer book: “From FAITH TO FAITH” by Kenneth and Gloria Copeland. It is incredibly motivating and helpful to keep up the life in abundance.

If you are interested to buy it, here are links to buy it on Amazon.

Click here: for the kindle version: https://amzn.to/38fZjxk

From Faith to Faith: A Daily Guide to Victory (English Edition) von [Kenneth Copeland, Gloria Copeland]

Click here for the book with high quality leather binding: https://amzn.to/369OyK7

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