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Sunday Message: Amazing Faith!

If you’re praying for something, and you haven’t received an answer, don’t give up! In this Sunday morning episode, Pastor Greg Laurie shares the story of someone whose persistence in faith made the difference. Listen in for some dynamic teaching on “Amazing Faith!”

It’s the latest message in our Sunday series, The Gospel for Busy People.


There is no safer place to put your faith than in God.

Faith is belief plus action.

Faith does things.

We are saved by faith.

Faith can make the difference between something happening and not happening.

Read: Mark 7:24–30

This woman had an unexpected and amazing faith.

As parents, we have a direct influence on our children.

It’s easier to build a child than repair an adult.

“Be He answered her not a word.” —Matthew 15:23

Your prayer may not be answered because a spiritual battle is raging you know nothing about.

Your prayer may not be answered because there is unconfessed sin in your life.

God cannot forgive the sin you will not confess.

Idols in our hearts cause God to refuse to listen to our prayers.

An idol is anyone or anything that takes the place of God in our lives.

Your prayer may not be answered quite yet because God wants you to keep praying.

Never give up in your prayers!

  1. Faith is often found in the most unusual places.
  2. No matter what, bring your problems to Jesus.
  3. When you pray, seek to find the will of God and pray with persistence!

Scriptures Referenced

  • Ephesians 2:8
  • Matthew 15:28
  • Mark 7:26
  • Psalm 66:18
  • Isaiah 59:1–2
  • Ezekiel 14:3
  • Mark 7:28, 29

Join us every weekend for an interactive worship experience on Harvest at Home by going to harvest.org/live.

Learn more about Greg Laurie and Harvest Ministries at harvest.org.

This podcast is supported by the generosity of our Harvest Partners.

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Greg Laurie
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Greg Laurie is the senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California and ... You've got questions; A New Beginning has biblical answers.
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