You can not be sure of what will happen next, so lock down your faith to the next level just to make it difficult for any doubt to sprout life. Additional faith applied at the current level of the faith operation will eliminate any lingering doubt that might catch life again. There may be no doubt as to who the victory goes to this time around; however, every one that’s not a member of the victory party may or may not be fully convinced that it is all over. For example, one political party may have gotten the Bill passed to become law by the victory signature signing of the President, but if there is one ounce of life given to the other party that a dismantling of that law is possible, get ready for more rounds to come. A round of victory is never over as long as life can be given to doubt, so when you can, Leave No Doubt Before Moving On. It has seemingly been the law since the beginning when God created Heaven and Earth, not to give life to doubt as it might live on for ever. It was of such a great concern to God after Adam and Eve had received the doubt to disobey Him, that God made sure that Adam and Eve could not feed it life and live on with it inside of them: Genesis 3:22-23, “And the Lord God said, Behold, the man is become as one of us, to know good and evil: and now, lest he put forth his hand, and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and live for ever:23 Therefore the Lord God sent him forth from the garden of Eden, to till the ground from whence he was taken.” We are not to leave any doubt to live on before we move on because it will eventually be carried to life, and live on for more rounds with you.
We need to make sure that we leave no doubt, especially if we don’t want to have to deal with fighting the same battle again, later on. Then one might ask, how do I know if there is any doubt lingering around after each round of victory? Well, that is the question that you will want to always answer, and it will not be very hard to do. There is one thing that a carrier of doubt will always carry, and that is plenty of doubt to go out. Even after being in the midst of greatness, and seeing it at work first hand; when the cat’s away, the doubting Thomas will come out to play. So just listen to hear, for doubt cometh out for you to hear, and for you to hear by every word that God did not say. And when the doubt comes out, do not be so caught up in the victory of a round in that you do not address the doubt to its end right then and right there. You can’t let doubt live out, and let it grow out, for it will grow out back to you one day. One of my favorite faith teachings on this exact subject will make it crystal clear as to why you must leave no doubt to live on. 2 Kings 13:18-19, “And he said, Take the arrows. And he took them. And he said unto the king of Israel, Smite upon the ground. And he smote thrice, and stayed. 19 And the man of God was wroth with him, and said, Thou shouldest have smitten five or six times; then hadst thou smitten Syria till thou hadst consumed it: whereas now thou shalt smite Syria but thrice.” It was a faith act in which the King of Israel only needed to continue in, and his rounds with Syria would have come to an end. We find ourselves in this boat, just allowing the doubt to live on because of a friend or family member who we do not want to hurt or disappoint. I say disappoint them away if it serves to make life better for every one: listen and hear the doubt, and then leave no doubt. And here’s the bottom line, if God says to leave the doubt behind, then the feelings are secondary to doing the Will of God. Abraham caused himself much trouble with Lot because of his disobedience by his feelings with his nephew. Genesis 12:1, “Now the Lord had said unto Abram, Get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and from thy father’s house, unto a land that I will shew thee.” I do believe that Lot qualifies as being a kindred to Abraham, meaning that Abraham should have left Lot with his Father Terah in Haran, where Terah lived around sixty more years after Abraham left Haran to go do God’s Will. Whenever we do not obey the commandments of God, or the Word of God to us, we are already starting out on the bad foot. In this case was Abraham not only leaving behind doubt in Haran with his father Terah knowing the truth, but he himself is giving life to doubt through his disobedience to go along with him as well. Obedience to God is better than not sacrificing kindred on any day: a lesson well learned by Abraham just before the “Now I Know” time of testing came by Isaac.
So Leave No Doubt Before Moving On.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.