It is repeated four times in the Bible that “The just shall live by faith” (Habakkuk 2:4; Romans 1:17; Galatians 3:11 & Hebrews 10:38). Now then, who is just? The Bible says in Romans 5:1 that, “Therefore being justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ.”

The just are people who are saved by the blood of Jesus Christ. If we are saved, there is only one way for us to live – by faith.

As a believer who has been justified by the work of Jesus Christ on the cross living by faith and not by sight, this song becomes your anthem:

I’m not moved by what I see (Hallelujah)

I’m not moved by what I hear (Hallelujah)

I’m not moved by circumstances (Hallelujah)

I’m only moved by the Word of God (Hallelujah)

The one who lives ordinary lives by sight and not by faith. But the man who lives for extraordinary works cannot live by sight but by faith. We cannot live in fear as believers. It either has to be by faith or by fear, by faith or by sight. Which way are you living?

Faith takes out anxiety; it takes out fear. Faith rests in the Lord. It knows that what the word of the Lord is saying over any situation shall prevail.