Faith-visioning is by far the greatest power in your life. It identifies God as the sources and allows for His power to flow and relinquishes to His goodness.
In Mark 6:33 Jesus says that we should seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, so everything we need can be supplied to us.
Worry has quite the opposite effect. It tends to preoccupy the mind with results, details, and a jumbled mess of doubtful voices. Faith, however, just is.
Hebrews 11:1 tells us the faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen. That is to say; faith is the existence of the object in mind.
By being a definite object in mind, it brings itself all the details and necessary resources for its manifestation. Most people concentrate on the details of the purpose and try to figure out how to proceed.
Faith is the object invisibly substantiated within us which drives all energy, thought, motion, and outcome. It is what we hold true. It is the inner reality which dictates what we do and how we do it.
The astonishing feats of engaged faith are remarkable. We've all heard the stories of what quiet, concentrated faith can do. But now we have hardcore science to prove with facts that entering a meditative state of faithful prayer with a definite vision in mind works.
Here are just eight of the most renown cases of the healing power of faith.
In a recent publication, the Rush University Medical Center disclosed a study in the Journal of Clinical Psychology about how faith can help protect patients against depression
2. Heart Patients
An intriguing study by Duke University shows how cardiac patients receiving stents recover better with intercessory prayer than those who received coronary stenting alone.
3. Social work
A study performed by the Arizona State University concluded that small positive effects were gained with subjects through the practice of intercessory prayer among social workers.
4. Belief Heals
An exciting study published in The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine acknowledged that intercessory prayer affected patients in positive ways. In randomized blind tests patients unaware of the necessary activity recorded different results than those with less belief.
5. Long Life and Relationships
Some studies link long life and good health to faith and belief.
6. Prayer Heals Relationships
A study from Florida State University reveals that praying for someone else can improve personal relationships.
7. Meditative Prayer Increases Brain Blood Flow
New brain scans show how blood flow increases in the prefrontal cortex, inferior parietal lobes, and inferior frontal lobes, during deep meditative prayer.