Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear. Hebrews 11:3.
Creation is not man’s conclusion but his beginning.
The word of God is the instrument for the making of man. The same word that framed the worlds and created man is for his making. You are complete at birth but your making continues and finishes at death. God has not finished with you, you are being made of God. The word of God gives man responsibility for his making.
What is seen from the word and believed is added to you.
Everywhere the word is at work, faith in his word is inevitable. God saw it and said it and it came to pass; doing the same guarantees the same result. Your making is not in God’s hand, it’s based on a relationship with his word. The voice is heard by those that believe in his word.
Faith in God gives understanding of his word and access to his voice. Your path in life do not appear, it is shown in the word and understood by his direction. The word of God gives the picture of your future realizable by instructions. Man was made with two ears so that he can hear and two eyes so that he can see clearly.
Begin to see what the word of God says as the truth, that’s faith at work.
Since the world was framed by his voice, your world is frameable by the same word. His word contains the template for making men. God made man without help, your maker will not need help of another man for your making. His voice releases your part per time. His word is all you need to have all your needs met. The word of God is the maker of great men and women.
When you gain understanding of his word, the picture of your future becomes clear. Those that follow his voice are made in life.
You cannot miss your way hearing from God; your making continues not concluded.
“And he saith unto them, Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.” Matthew 4:19.
“The same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.”John 1:2-3.