“For in the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith: as it is written, the just shall live by faith.”


Currency is a system of money in general use in a particular country. The way we see the dollar as a currency, faith is also a currency in the realms of the spirit. Solomon said, “Money answers all things” (Eccl. 10:19); but this is applicable only in the natural. You can’t buy things from heaven with money; you can only use it as a point of contact to tap your blessings. If you want to buy things from heaven, the currency you need is called ‘Faith’. Faith is a universal currency and the unique thing about this currency is that it has the same value in every country. Which means that what faith can let you achieve in Ghana, the same faith can let you achieve in America.

The problem isn’t that God is not providing us our needs. The problem is that we are just not ready to live by faith. Do you know that you don’t need money to build? Yes! You don’t need money, you need faith. God didn’t say the just shall live by money, He said: “The just shall live by faith”. Jesus Christ equally demonstrated this faith on earth when he had to feed five thousand men excluding women and children with five loaves of bread and two fishes (Matt 14:13-21). His accountant (Judas Iscariot) was a thief yet He was still giving to the poor. Like Jesus, may you learn to walk by faith and not by your bank account.


Pray and ask God to supply you with all your heavenly blessings by reason of the faith you exercise in him.


Having faith in God is the highest level of spiritual maturity.


Genesis 1-3 || Matthew 1