by Stan Coffey

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Series: How to Turn Your Dreams into Reality
Stan Coffey
Romans 10:17

This morning I want to invite your attention to the book of Romans chapter 10 and I want to begin in verse 17. And today I want to talk about ''How to Increase Your Faith.'' And I want to begin a brand new series of messages today. And for the next several weeks I want to talk to you about how to turn your dreams into reality. And we are going to be looking at some concepts and some principles that I believe will change the life of our church, I believe it will change your life. And I believe that every message you will be able to relate to and you will be able to use on Monday through Saturday just as you do on Sunday. How to increase your faith, I wonder this morning if you would like to have your faith increased? How many of you would like to have more faith? Raise your hands, amen.

Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God. And you will find when you study scripture that faith is absolutely indispensable in the Christian life. Faith to a Christian is what a mainspring is to a watch. It is what fuel is to an automobile. If you are to achieve then you must believe. Now some people say, well I just don't believe in blind faith. The truth is that everybody has faith. Even an atheist has faith. He has faith that there is no God, he has faith the Bible is not true. And so everyone has some kind of faith. It is not a question of will a man have faith but what kind of faith will man have. Some people have faith in themselves apart from God. Some people put their faith and trust in things when they don't even realize it. You go to a doctor you have never met, he gives you a prescription that you cannot read, you take it to a druggist that you have never seen, he mixes the ingredients and gives you the medicine. And then you take that medicine as though you knew what you were doing. You have exercised faith in the doctor, in the druggist, an ...

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