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Magnified Faith: The Title Deed | Neal Frisby’s Sermon CD#1309 | 02/22/1990 AM

People don’t get things from God because they don’t praise Him positively enough. When Jesus came He gave us all things in His will for us. However, most Christians are living below their privileges.

You have a title deed made out to you by Jesus Christ. The faith you have becomes the article you want. Abraham did not stagger at the promise of God. Being not weak in faith, he considered not his own body (Romans 4: 16-21). Today, people say they believe, but they stagger at the truth of the word of God. Don’t do that.

Faith is the title deed; the assurance, the title deed to all of God’s promises, miracles and blessings. Build up your faith. You are rich and you don’t know it!

“Now Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” (Hebrews 11:1). Evidence, the conviction, the actual proof, the essence and real fact of what is not visible to sight. Faith in Christ is the title deed that grants you the ownership of all things. The title deed is paid for, activate it. Make the title deed come alive. Steadfast, determined faith will win.

You have the title deed. The devil tries to confuse you telling you that you do not have it. But the word of God says you have all things by the title deed given to us by the Lord. You have the title deed to eternal life, heaven. Title deed is a transfer; Jesus Christ has transferred it to us. Our faith is the title deed to what we want.

Believe God—do it as a business; know your rights by the title deed. It was lost in Eden by Adam, but restored at the cross of Christ. Jesus defeated Satan. He won back the title deed and gave it to us. Amen.

Sometimes, divine providence may prevent you from what you think you want; do not stagger at the promises of God. All things work together for your good. Do not throw out your title deed.

Sometimes, good things continue to happen to you; but, suddenly Satan comes to derail your faith due to trials. Hold fast and remember you have the title deed. Remember, weeping may endure for the night, but joy comes in the morning.

You have the title deed of all the promises of God including the translation. You may think you are poor, but by the title you are rich (2 Peter 1: 3 & 4). Your faith is the evidence of the substance hoped for. The greater your faith, the more the title deed will get for you.

If you are tempted and tried, keep your line out, you will hit something. When you are at your high point, watch out!



Wisdom –The Foundation: Neal Frisby’s Sermon    CD#1009        07/01/84 AM

Exercise your faith as you exercise your body. Use wisdom in all things. Everyone that asketh for wisdom receiveth. Wisdom will reveal Jesus is returning soon. The bride makes herself ready by wisdom.

Wisdom will tell you what to say and when to say it. Wisdom leads; it will tell you when to be assertive and when to use divine love.

Wisdom will guide you to secret foods and give you longevity. Wisdom will guide you in spiritual matters.

Use your natural wisdom and supernatural wisdom will be impacted to you (I Corinthians 2: 14). Wisdom will tell you when to go forward and when to stay. Wisdom will tell you when to speak and when to shut up (Ephesians 5: 17).

His will is to put you in an orbit where He can solve the problems. The key is faith. Faith in Christ will cause wisdom to set forth. He that is wise winneth souls (Proverbs 11:20; Job 28:26; Daniel 12: 3).

Wisdom will order your life (2 Timothy 3: 14 – 15). The bride elect will have wisdom at the end of the age.

Divine wisdom is one of the great gifts. Use natural and supernatural wisdom, use faith. Let God handle your life and the lives of your children. Let His wisdom guide (Proverbs 3: 5 & 6).

Wisdom works with divine love and faith works with both of them. Wisdom is the word of God spoken. Jesus is the incarnation of wisdom (2 Thessalonians 3: 5). Divine wisdom will guide the elect bride.



Common Sense:  Neal Frisby’s Sermon CD#1584     08/13/95 AM

Never pass up the chance to keep your mouth shut—even a fool when he holdeth his tongues is wise (Proverbs 17:28).

If you don’t want the fruit of sin, stay out of the devil’s orchard.

It is not hard to make a molehill out of dust, just add a little dust.

Drop the matter before a quarrel ensues.

He who provides for his life but takes no care of eternity is wise for a moment, but a fool forever.

Standing in the middle of the road is dangerous; you can get knocked down both sides.

If you were given a nickname from your character, would you be proud of it?

The most disappointed people in the world are those who get what is coming to them.

People will be more impressed with the depth of your conviction than the strength of your logic (Galatians 6: 7 & 8).

Our faith should be our strength not our spare tire.

Giving a little boy a slice of bread is kindness, adding jam to it will be loving kindness and adding peanut butter to it will be tender mercy; go beyond the initial or simple act.

He who thinks by the inch, talks by the yard, deserves to be kicked by the foot.

Jesus is the Friend who walks in when your friends walk out (John 16: 33)

He who cannot forgive breaks the bridge which he himself will pass through.

Swallowing an angry word before you speak it is better than having to eat it afterwards.

Happiness/joy is a perfume you cannot pour on others without being spotted by it yourself.

Feed your faith and your doubt will starve to death.

Put others before yourself and you will become a leader among men.

If silence is golden, not many people will be arrested for hoarding.

Personality has power to open doors but character keeps them open.

A good thing to remember; work with the construction group not with the wrecking crew.

Money is a good servant but a terrible master.

When you flee temptation, do not leave a forwarding address.

Blessed is he that trusteth in the Lord. Get rid of anything that will prevent you from following the Lord faithfully. Put every besetting sin and drawbacks behind. Hold fast to Jesus.



Lessons of Wisdom: Neal Frisby’s Sermon CD#1628           06/09/96 AM

Experience is always the best teacher; you get your test before you get it—experience (Proverbs 24: 16).

A successful man is one who can build a strong foundation with the bricks thrown at him.

Sometimes, the Lord calms the storm; sometimes He lets the storm rage and calms His child.

Live as though Jesus died yesterday, rose from the grave today and He is coming back tomorrow (Matthew 24).

A gossip is like an old shoe; his tongue never stays in place.

Living from hand to mouth is not a bad thing if it is out of God’s hand.

Worry pulls down tomorrow’s cloud, even today’s sunshine disappears.

The next time Satan reminds you of your past, remind him of his future.


Magnified Faith: The Title Deed | Neal Frisby’s Sermon CD#1309 | 02/22/1990 AM