Faith is Evidence
The Bible says, “God has opened unto you His good treasure” (Deuteronomy 28:12).
“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” (Hebrews 11:1). Faith laughs at impossibilities and counts all things possible because you are hooked-up to God. Faith “calls those things that be not as though they were” (Romans 4:17). Faith calls into existence things that don’t yet exist in the physical realm, but do exist in the spirit realm.
Faith counts what God has promised as a finished fact, a done-deal, and legally yours now, and actually in your possession the moment you believe it and ask for it (Mark 11:24).
Hebrews 11:1 tells us that, “Faith is the evidence of things not seen.” That means, faith is the title-deed, pink-slip, receipt, claim check, and proof that you have now legally obtained what God has promised. Faith is the confidence that the thing that cannot yet be seen, will be seen, because God said so.
Until the thing you asked God for materializes, faith in what God promised is the evidence that you have it. As long as you hold tight to the faith-evidence, the physical evidence must soon appear.
When you believe God’s promise, you then have the receipt, and you can then legally claim and obtain what was promised.
You believing what God has said is your evidence, your proof, your guarantee that what you want is yours, even before you can see it with your physical eyes. God said that faith is evidence.
Believe the evidence, which is God’s Word.