YAHUSHUA YaHuWaH Jesus Christ Elijah Isaiah Antichrist Baal Feast Atonement Passover New Moon Israel David God Angel Angels Glory King of Kings Devil Satan False Prophet Pope Miracle Sign Wonder Homosexual Abomination Solar Eclipse Armageddon End Times End of the Age Two Witnesses Aviv Barley Harvest Judgment Nations Jerusalem Man of Sin Goliath Ark Noah Adam Eve Sodom Gomorrah GilGal Global Government World Leader Messiah Moshiach Moses Aaron Red Sea Elohim Heaven Earth Sun Stars Creator Lunar Eclipse Babylon the Great Islam Hebrew Lunar Tetrad Blood Moon Bethlehem Adonai Prince of Peace John the Baptist Tav Paleo Hebrew Sabbath Day Repent Covenant Daniel Belshazzar.
Being primarily an action of the mind, living faith is by far the finest compliment a believer can pay the Almighty. According to the Scriptures, this action of the mind, this mental recognition of the Eternal's existence and infinite goodness, is accepted by Him and counted as righteousness. It is called the Righteousness of Faith. Nevertheless, it is important to remember that unless faith comes to fruition and manifests itself in obedience, a mere profession of discipleship without supporting actions is nothing more than self-deluding presumption.
And so the grandest and best appeal found in the entire Bible to disillusioned and desperate man is simply to "HAVE FAITH IN YaHuWaH ". This call to have "faith in YAHUSHUA" is not merely a call to give mental assent to the fact that a person called YAHUSHUA the Messiah existed or even that He is the Son of YaHuWaH : rather it is the distilled truth of the eternal ages coming through the lips of a spirit filled Apostle to all of us, to believe on YAHUSHUA the Messiah - to trust Him - to have faith - to follow - to worship and finally to obey him because he was YaHuWaH 's chief agent and spokesman in the creation of the mighty universe.
Living faith, therefore, involves total commitment to YAHUSHUA the Messiah who in reality is the King of Israel, the "I AM" of the Old Testament and the Elohim of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.