Faith, The Lifestyle of Saints
Grace, Faith, and Boasting The unmerited favor of God mixed with belief in Truth does not need a megaphone or a person broadcasting their popular opinions about it. It is by His Grace that we obtain salvation (Romans 3:24), the Grace of Jesus Christ, which justifies our redemption.
The word belief in Greek is pistis, which means confidence or trust. The word faith and the word belief are the same; they are synonymous. When you read faith, you can reasonably say belief and mean the same thing. His Faith is our Belief, and the confidence we have in Him is real.
Boasting is an expression to demonstrate excessively proud and self-satisfied talk about one's achievements, possessions, or abilities, and in James 4:16, it is called evil. Evil is an act, thought, or characteristic that is contrary to the Will or Character of God. Since we have identified the attributes of God, we know what God ain't, and that is what evil is. In Romans 16:17, Paul instructs us to avoid those that do evil for it goes against the doctrines and teachings of Faith and Grace. Bottom line is let someone else talk about the good (Proverbs 27:2) that you do by His Faith because it is of His Grace that we have this opportunity and only God desires the praise.
Ephesians 2:8-9 For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast.
The God of My Mercy, Elohim Chaseddi (Psalm 59:10); we thank You for our Grace, the unmerited favor, the divine blessing or presence of Your Son in our lives. We praise You for the miraculous Faith that we have through Your Son, our savior who secures our belief without boasting. We decree and declare blessings upon those who search for the benefits of Your Grace and Faith, so that; with Godly instruction, we act in a way pleasing to our Lord building the foundation of the Kingdom. Now, for the sake of the Kingdom and the Glory of God, we petition, with anointing in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord, and Savior, Amen.