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What to do When Faith is Fading (20 Master Keys) – 4


What is the basic of the Christian faith?


The foundation of faith

One important key that has helped me walk through the storms is faith. I do not know whether to call that key love or faith because they move together. The love of Christ Jesus has kept the altar of my faith burning.


If you love the Holy Spirit despite your weakness, your faith will stand the storms. That is what I have seen about faith. It takes love to maintain our faith. Our love for Christ Jesus and His Kingdom sustains and renews our faith.


The love of Christ Jesus is so deep that I cannot explain it in words. When I worship God in my chambers, tears of love, peace, and joy flow through my eyes. I can feel the love of Christ Jesus building in my soul and spirit while fellowshipping with the Holy Spirit.


The love of Christ Jesus is so strong in my heart that I cannot explain them in words. I see and feel it in the spiritual realm. I also feel it physically. It’s so strong and sweet that I cannot find anything to compare with that love.


Love is such a strong currency. It is like a magnet. It repels evil and attracts blessings. I believe with all my heart that the Holy Spirit loves me. I also love the Holy Spirit! This is one reason I have encountered the Holy Spirit several times and written many books about the Holy Spirit.


Christ Jesus appeared to me physically in my room one night. I could feel peace in my heart while He stood near my bed. Christ Jesus did not speak. He wore a glowing white dress and smiled at me.


I lay on my bed staring at him. This encounter happened within a minute. I could feel the love of Christ Jesus while He stood near my bed. His smile was genuine! I did not pray to see Christ Jesus.


However, He revealed Himself to me. What a precious love! Christ Jesus is the exact representation of love! When you meet Christ Jesus, love will explain Himself to you. The love of Christ Jesus is so strong that it erases every evil in our hearts.


The love of Christ Jesus rekindles my faith. Christ Jesus did not look at my weakness when I lay on the bed. He revealed Himself to me out of mercy and love. His grace has covered me. The grace of Christ Jesus increases my faith daily.


The presence of the Holy Spirit revives my faith. What a precious God we serve! Your faith grows mysteriously if you love God (the Holy Spirit) with all your heart, strength, and resources. If you genuinely love God (Christ Jesus) and His Kingdom, your faith will not fail.


Even if trials and afflictions come your way, the love of Christ Jesus in your heart will preserve your faith. This is one thing I have seen about the Christian life. If you don’t want your faith to die, grow in the love of Christ Jesus—consistent fellowship and building a strong relationship with the Holy Spirit.


It’s one of the master keys to maintaining your faith in the dark seasons. I encourage you to download and read my series of books on the Holy Spirit for growth. The books are free on my blog and youtube channel.


If you analyze the vessels who did great work in God’s kingdom, you will realize that most understood the virtue of faith and love. Among the twelve disciples of Christ Jesus, only Apostle John died naturally.


Do you know why Apostle John died naturally? Because of his pure love for Christ Jesus, he had favor with God. The other disciples loved Christ Jesus. However, the love of the Apostle John was greater than that of all the Apostles. The other disciples died unnaturally.


They were killed brutally and unjustly! Do you remember Enoch? The Holy Bible records that Enoch did not see death. God took him to Heaven. Prophet Elijah, too, did not see death because of his love for God.


He ascended to Heaven. Christ Jesus died. However, He rose on third day. He ascended to the Heavenly Father with His body because of His love. A man in his right senses will not lay down his life freely.


He will do that for a course (conviction). That is how the disciples of Christ Jesus did. Their faith empowered them to sustain the abuse of the unbelievers. Faith motivated and inspired them to walk through the storms.


Where is your faith? Where is your foundation (love) if you profess to have faith? I encourage you to read my previous article and books, What is Love and How to Unlock the Gate of Faith for more profound revelation. The books are free on my blog and youtube channel. Kindly share the link to this article to help others grow in faith



The Martyrs of Faith

understanding faith


The faith of Noah

By faith Noah, being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear, prepared an ark to the saving of his house; by the which he condemned the world, and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith.

Hebrews 11:7 KJV

Noah, the son of Lamech, walked closely with God. Because of his closeness and grace, God warned him about the coming judgment. Although Noah did not immediately see God's judgment when God warned him, Noah moved with fear to prepare the ark (symbol of Christ Jesus).


Imagine the mockery, hatred, and insults Noah received! Noah was building an ark that would preserve every living creature. Noah might have been called a madman for building such an ark. After all, how can he get all the animals into the ark?


How will Noah take care of these animals in an ark? Naturally, the ark was “insignificant” and a “waste of time and resources” in the eyes of the people. However, Noah built the ark by faith as instructed by God.


Noah’s family might have criticized him for such a project. How can you build such an ark? Who will follow you? Where are you going to get the resources to build the ark? Which people will help you build the ark?


These and many things flowed through Noah's mind. Noah’s family might have been concerned about Noah’s health. They might have been discussing whether their father was getting mad. How can this be?


How will the animals survive in the ark? Who will feed the animals in the ark? What if the wild animals kill us in the ark? Noah believed in God for protection and provision. Noah did not allow the criticism, mockery, and hatred of his family members and people to destroy his faith.


Noah built the ark by faith! Sometimes, the Holy Spirit can tell us to do something. However, in nature, it might look impossible. Some people might call us insane for embarking on the projects the Holy Spirit has commanded us to do.


However, the Holy Spirit spoke to us. No one was there when the Holy Spirit spoke. Noah received instructions from God, and He obeyed them. Noah spent several years building the ark with his trusted family.


Noah was a human like us. He might have some doubts. What if the rain did not come after building the ark? What will people say? What if God changes his mind? Noah might have been contemplating the ark.


However, he moved with fear to build the ark. Do you know that there is evidence showing that a great flood happened? Various archaeologists have testified about a flood that occurred several (thousands) years ago.


That was the flood in Noah’s time! Let’s imitate the faith of Noah. He built the ark by faith. The flood came, and those who disobeyed Noah (the voice of God) perished. When God tells you to do something, it might look “insane” and “impossible.” Do not give up. Do not allow people's mockery, ignorance, and insults to destroy your faith. Do as the Holy Spirit has commanded you. Faith is the master key!



The faith of Abraham

By faith Abraham, when he was called to go out into a place which he should after receive for an inheritance, obeyed; and he went out, not knowing whither he went.

By faith he sojourned in the land of promise, as in a strange country, dwelling in tabernacles with Isaac and Jacob, the heirs with him of the same promise:

For he looked for a city which hath foundations, whose builder and maker is God.

Hebrews 11:8-10 KJV

What will you do when the Holy Spirit tells you to vacate your comfort zone to settle in a less comfortable one? Will you obey? I remember praying on a field. It was around 8:30 pm. It had rained, and the weather was cool and unconducive for prayers (The weather was conducive for resting and relaxation).


Observing the field, I noticed that it looked wet and partially dark. However, I entered the large football field to pray. While praying on the field, the Holy Spirit told me to leave. I enjoyed the prayers (fellowship with the Holy Spirit) on the field.


However, the Holy Spirit kept telling me to stop praying and leave the field. Checking the time, I have prayed for more than ninety minutes. I stopped the prayers and walked outside the field. A few meters away, I met a young guy with a beautiful lady using the lane (path) I was about to tread.


I walked fast so I could reach them. The light in that place was dim because of the faulty street lights. I could see that they just came from a ghetto. The lady held a marijuana. She smoked the marijuana as she walked with the guy.


The guy, too, was moderately drunk. I could see that they had taken strong drugs. I could smell the drugs all over their body as I followed them. I interrupted them and invited them to the gospel.


The guy looked uninterested, as I could see from his body language. However, as I could see from the lady's facial expression, she looked a little interested. I prayed and shared the gospel with them.


They gave their lives to Christ Jesus that evening. After that, I went my way. While walking home, I asked myself, what if I stayed at the prayer field? I could have missed these two souls! However, because I obeyed the voice of the Holy Spirit, I had the opportunity to share the gospel with two lost souls.


Remember, I moved out of the prayer field by faith! I was praying and fellowshipping with the Holy Spirit on the field. I was enjoying the prayers! However, the Holy Spirit told me to leave the field.


I did not question the Holy Spirit. I stopped praying and moved out of the field. Because I obeyed the Holy Spirit, two souls crossed my path and gave their lives to Christ Jesus that evening.


Sometimes, the Holy Spirit can tell us to stop an “important assignment” and pursue a different one. Remember, God told Abraham to offer Isaac as a sacrifice. The same God told Abraham not to offer Isaac.


God later told Abraham to use a lamb as the sacrifice instead of Isaac. That was the trial of God. Abraham comfortably lived in his father’s house with his wife, Sarah. However, God told him to relocate.


Abraham obeyed God by faith! One thing about faith is that it is “uncertain.” We might not know what is ahead of us. However, faith assures us. I have heard the Holy Spirit telling me several times to move to a specific location to do the ministry.


The Holy Spirit has spoken to me over a thousand times about moving to that location to do the ministry. However, insufficient funds are limiting me. I have scouted the place spiritually several times.


I have also scouted the place physically. When I went there, I stayed there for three days and three nights looking for accommodation. I met a man of God who told me that if God has indeed called me to revive that place, he will send the helpers.


I believe with all my heart that the Holy Spirit wants me in that location. I also believe that if the Holy Spirit has called and sent me to start a ministry there, he will send helpers. As I write this article, I believe with all my heart that the Holy Spirit will send the helpers at the right time.


The Holy Spirit will not send me to a specific location without providing the basic needs and wants. When I went to the assigned place, the Holy Spirit told me to start the ministry; some received me, while others ignored me.


I felt in my spirit that the place needs a strong revival. The place is infested with strong demonic powers! However, with the power of the Holy Spirit, nothing can stop me! I will move there and start the ministry if the financial helpers supply the funds.


The ministry of today is quite different from our forefathers ministry. We need funds to do many things in the ministry! The Holy Spirit is the ultimate helper. However, funds also count! So, what is my point here?


If God has called and sent you, he will provide (meditate Luke 22:35). Abraham moved out of his father’s house, and God provided. I moved to the place God sent me. However, I did not get the help.


That meant it was not the right time to settle in that place. If it were the right time, I would get the support to start the ministry there. Move with faith if the Holy Spirit calls and sends you to a particular place.


Faith sees the unseeable. Faith makes the Holy Spirit intervene. Let’s imitate the faith of Abraham. Let’s move out of our comfort zone! God will do the rest when we move out of our comfort zone.


Like the Apostle Peter, moving out of the boat (comfort zone) activated the help of Christ Jesus. Peter would not have walked on water if he did not act in faith. When Peter’s faith failed, Christ Jesus did not forsake Peter.


Christ Jesus helped Peter. When we move out of faith, the Holy Spirit will help us. Even if our faith fails, the Holy Spirit will not ignore us. He will help us. The Holy Spirit will not allow the storms to break us when we act in faith as He directs (meditate on Matthew 14:25-31).


This is one reason I am writing this article. You might not have a strong relationship with the Holy Spirit. When this happens, you might not know what to do when your faith starts failing. You need the wisdom in this article to break through the storms when faith starts failing. Keep reading for more profound revelations.



The Life of Faith

Through faith also Sara herself received strength to conceive seed, and was delivered of a child when she was past age, because she judged him faithful who had promised.

Therefore sprang there even of one, and him as good as dead, so many as the stars of the sky in multitude, and as the sand which is by the sea shore innumerable.

These all died in faith, not having received the promises, but having seen them afar off, and were persuaded of them, and embraced them, and confessed that they were strangers and pilgrims on the earth.

For they that say such things declare plainly that they seek a country.

And truly, if they had been mindful of that country from whence they came out, they might have had opportunity to have returned.

But now they desire a better country, that is, an heavenly: wherefore God is not ashamed to be called their God: for he hath prepared for them a city.

Hebrews 11:11-6 KJV

The patriarchs did great things by faith. Most of them did not receive the promises physically. However, they endured and finished the course. They were persuaded that God was fair and righteous.


They saw themselves as strangers and travelers. They did not regard themselves as citizens of this world. They had a mindset that their rewards were in Heaven. Because of this mindset, they did mighty work.


Most Africans are seen as second-class citizens in developed countries. Africans are abused socially, emotionally, spiritually, physically, technologically, psychologically, and financially because of our tribe (color).


That is how the world treats us as Christian believers. We are travelers. This world is not our home. Our permanent home is Heaven (the new earth). This earth is a temporal home! If we have this mindset, this world's injustice, corruption, and darkness will not destroy our faith.


That is how the patriarchs lived. They did not regard the earth as their permanent home. They saw themselves as strangers. Strangers are often maltreated. Most strangers experience racism. They are treated as non-entities because of their lineage.


Child of God, do not become bitter when the world treats you as a non-entity because this world is temporal. Our permanent home is Heaven (the new earth)! Walk and live with this mindset (faith).



The faith of Moses' lineage

By faith Moses, when he was born, was hid three months of his parents, because they saw he was a proper child; and they were not afraid of the king's commandment.

By faith Moses, when he was come to years, refused to be called the son of Pharaoh's daughter;

Choosing rather to suffer affliction with the people of God, than to enjoy the pleasures of sin for a season;

Esteeming the reproach of Christ greater riches than the treasures in Egypt: for he had respect unto the recompence of the reward.

By faith he forsook Egypt, not fearing the wrath of the king: for he endured, as seeing him who is invisible.

Through faith he kept the passover, and the sprinkling of blood, lest he that destroyed the firstborn should touch them.

Hebrews 11:23-28 KJV

Pharoah was one of the greatest kings in the time of Moses. Pharoah commanded that the Egyptians kill the Israelites' male children under the age of three years. However, Moses’s parents took the risk.


They hid Moses on the sea. Moses’ parents could have lost their lives if the Egyptians found out. However, they hid Moses on the water by faith! Out of mercy, Pharoah’s daughter encountered Moses.


Moses grew up in the palace of Egypt. He received the best training and enjoyed the best food! Moses had whatever he wanted. However, Moses chose not to belong to Pharoah (the Egyptians).


He decided to suffer affliction with the Israelites. Remember, Pharoah had great power at that time. Pharoah was quick-tempered. However, Moses did not regard Pharoah's wrath and wickedness.


Moses chose to suffer with his people (Israelites). No one in his right senses will accept discomfort and reject pleasure. However, that was not the case for Moses. Moses was in his right senses.


He decided to abandon the food, treasures, and pleasures of Egypt and suffer with the Israelites. Remember, Moses was living in the palace of Egypt! He knew the wrath of the Pharoah and the Egyptians.


The palace of Egypt was a great place to live! However, Moses decided to vacate the palace. He settled with the “prisoners.” Sometimes, I hear some Africans saying that they will do anything to leave their country and move to developed countries.


Some even sell their assets to travel to developed countries for green pastures. Well, that’s their faith. A famous Ghanaian preacher once said God told him to leave America. He said God told him to start the ministry in Ghana.


This famous Ghanaian preacher had many opportunities in America. However, he paid the price. He settled in his hometown (Ghana) to start the ministry. His people (Ghanaians) persecuted him and maltreated him several times.


However, he endured the pain. After all, he could have changed his mind when his people persecuted and maltreated him. However, his faith kept him moving. Today, he is an established preacher with several branches across the globe.


What would have happened if he stayed in America? He probably would have a small church in America. His ministry would not have reached a broad audience if he stayed in America. The Holy Spirit told him to move to Ghana and start the ministry.


He obeyed the voice of the Holy Spirit. Today, he enjoys the fruit of his labor because of his faith. Back to the case of Moses. What would have happened to the Israelites if Moses stayed in the palace of Egypt?


Probably, the Israelites would have lived in pain and penury. The Israelites would have remained enslaved people in Egypt if Moses did not move out of his comfort zone (the palace of Egypt). Many people are living in bondage because they don’t want to move out of the Egyptian palace.


Your comfort zone has imprisoned you and those connected to you. Numerous people are suffering because you love the palace of Egypt. God has given you the keys of deliverance to free specific people.


However, the Pharaoh (symbol of the devil) has hijacked you with treasures and temporal things. Come out of the Egyptian palace by faith! Just like Moses left his comfort zone, God used him to deliver the Israelites.


Most of the vessels the Holy Spirit uses have left their comfort zone. Because they left their comfort zone, they are doing great things. A season will come when I will not get the adequate time to write as I have now.


If the Holy Spirit tells me to stop or pause writing and pursue a different course in the ministry, I will obey the voice of the Holy Spirit. Sometimes, the Holy Spirit tells me to pause writing books and articles and seek his face.


That is how the ministry works. You might be doing the right thing. However, the Holy Spirit can tell you to stop doing the “right thing” because it is not at the right time. You must do the right thing at the right time.


It takes faith to stop doing the “right thing” and do a different right thing. For instance, you might be doing online ministry. However, the Holy Spirit might tell you to pause or stop online ministry and enter another level of ministry.


Without faith, you cannot stop or pause the online ministry and do something different. The Holy Spirit is always speaking. Do not stagnate yourself to the past voice of the Holy Spirit. Be attentive to the present voice of the Holy Spirit.


Like Abraham, God told him to offer Isaac. The same God told him not to offer Isaac. Are you offering your Isaac when the Holy Spirit is telling you to offer a lamb? Be attentive to the present voice of the Holy Spirit and move with faith!



The seal of faith

By faith they passed through the Red sea as by dry land: which the Egyptians assaying to do were drowned.

By faith the walls of Jericho fell down, after they were compassed about seven days.

Hebrews 11:29-30 KJV

Have you ever been to the sea before? My first time traveling on the sea was around 2005. I traveled with my father on a Tiase boat. We used that boat to get to the other side of the town when we were traveling to Donkorkrom.


Other times, we traveled on a large ship carrying many cars and people. That large ship allowed us to cross to the other side of the town, enabling us to travel to Donkorkrom. On one of our journeys to Donkorkrom, we missed the large ship.


It was around 5:00 pm. We had to use the small boat. The boat had no life jackets. It had an engine (small motor) attached, so the driver did not use a paddler. The boat moved on its own. Just that, a man directed the boat as it moved.


The boat we sat in that evening carried about ten to twenty people. When we got to the middle of the sea, I felt danger. I could see and feel the waves on the sea. I could feel the power of the sea! Fear flowed through my heart!


I thought we would drown as we sat on the boat. The waves on the sea were so frightening! I felt peace when we finally got to the other side of the road. That is not the only experience I have had on the sea.


The sea has a mysterious presence. Standing at the sea's edge, you can feel its power! Unfortunately, the Israelites had to pass through the Red Sea on dry land. The sea opened into two to enable them to cross to the other side.


How would you feel if you were to walk through a mighty sea on dry land? That would be scary! You will feel the waves and wind while walking through. What if the sea accidentally comes together?


The Israelites took the risk and passed through the Red Sea by faith. Faith empowered them to ignore the raging of the sea and wind. Through faith, the Israelites crossed the Red Sea without drowning.


Through faith, the Israelites walked around the walls of Jericho for seven days. Naturally, it is impossible to crush a great wall just by walking around it. You need a strong material to break the walls.


However, faith brought the great walls of Jericho down. Our faith can sometimes make us look insane because the natural mind would not agree with our actions. There is no way a strong wall will break just by walking around it barefoot.


However, faith did the unthinkable. Faith carries an unstoppable force. When we act in faith, we supply the materials for the spiritual forces to accomplish the assigned task. Faith is an unseen weapon.


It breaks the unbreakable and stops the unstoppable. It’s time to share the master keys you can employ when faith starts falling. Remember, faith does the impossible. Anytime you lose faith, you deny the holy spiritual forces the materials to accomplish the task. Even those in the dark kingdom work with faith. It takes faith to unlock the unseen realm. Deploy these keys when faith starts fading.



Five Things to Do When Faith Starts Failing

deep truth about faith


1. Distance yourself from carnal Christians and unbelievers

Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.

Proverbs 18:21 KJV

Words carry power. They can grow or destroy our faith. Create a long gap between carnal Christians and unbelievers because their words can ruin your faith. The words that come out of unbelievers and carnal Christians can corrupt your good manners, leading to unbelief.


Be not deceived: evil communications corrupt good manners.

1 Corinthians 15:33 KJV

This is one reason you must apply wisdom when unbelievers come near you. Get me right. I am not stating that you should not connect with unbelievers and carnal Christians. I am stating here that you should not yoke with them equally (meditate on 2 Corinthians 6:14-18).


Most often, the words that come out of unbelievers and carnal Christians are sensual and devilish. Their words and actions can make you less spiritual and more carnal. The more you keep hearing those uninspired words, the more your faith depreciates.


The more you keep hearing the deceitful words of unbelievers, the more fear grows in your heart. The fear of war, inadequate basic needs, economic crisis, poverty, and diseases will dominate you when you keep hearing the words of unbelievers and carnal Christians.


When this happens, unbelief (faithlessness) grows in your soul, leading to destruction. However, when you align with vessels full of the Holy Spirit, their words will rekindle your faith.

  • Who is your friend?
  • Who is influencing you?
  • Who is your mentor?



2. Deal with your dreams.

For God speaketh once, yea twice, yet man perceiveth it not.

In a dream, in a vision of the night, when deep sleep falleth upon men, in slumberings upon the bed;

Then he openeth the ears of men, and sealeth their instruction,

That he may withdraw man from his purpose, and hide pride from man.

Job 33:14-17 KJV

The Holy Spirit often speaks to us through dreams. What happens to us usually appears in dreams before manifesting physically on earth. The Holy Spirit can reveal something to us through dreams so we can pray about it.


The Holy Spirit does that so that we will not give up. Anytime you get a bad dream, break it through strategic and tactical prayers. Freely download and read the book on my youtube channel.


Failure to deal with the negative dreams can open the portal for the enemy to steal, destroy, and kill your faith (meditate on John 10:10, 1 Peter 5:8-9 and download and read my series of books on the enemy for more profound revelation).



3. Look at Christ Jesus

Christ Jesus lived a sinless life. However, He went through pain, persecution, and problems. Christ Jesus declared that we (Christian believers) will also experience hatred, pain, and injustice in our journey.


These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.

John 16:33 KJV

If you want a more profound revelation about evil, I encourage you to download and read my books—the Mysteries of Evil and The Mysteries of Evil Seeds, for more profound revelations. The books are free on my blog and youtube channel.


Most of the disciples of Christ Jesus were abused and killed unjustly for their faith in Christ Jesus. That is one of the crosses we must carry as Christian believers. It will get to a stage where family and friends will become enemies because of the gospel.


One reason we face evil is because of our faith in Christ Jesus. Accept it as part of the Christian faith. Endure the pain and injustice as a Christian soldier. Press towards the high price. Remember, the source of faith is the Word of God (the Holy Bible). Check out my previous article for more profound revelations. Meditate on these Holy Scriptures for more profound revelations.


Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of Heaven.

Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake.

Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great is your reward in Heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you.

Matthew 5:10-12 KJV

These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.

John 16:33 KJV



4. Be watchful and prayerful

Watch and pray, that ye enter not into temptation: the spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak.

Matthew 26:41 KJV

One reason most Christian believers fall is because they pray without watching. Anytime we pray without watching, our faith enters the danger zone. However, when we stay alert and pray, our faith will not break.


Some temptations can destroy our faith. This is why Christ Jesus commanded us to be vigilant and prayerful. The flesh can act contrary to the desires of the Holy Spirit. This is one reason we must tame the lustful desires of the flesh and watch and pray so that we will not lose focus in our Christian life.


Is any among you afflicted? let him pray. Is any merry? let him sing psalms.

James 5:13 KJV

Watchfulness and prayer are master keys to rekindle and preserve your faith. Like serpents, they are vigilant. We must be as wise as serpents and harmless as doves. When we are vigilant, we will know when to defend the faith. I may continue in the next article. Kindly share the link to this article so others can grow in faith.

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