Faith – “nowhere in the Bible do we find the word “faith” defined but only described as mentally agreeing with God that what He says is true, which becomes an attitude of confidence and trust in God, which moves one to act.” According to the above description: agreement plus attitude plus action is true Biblical faith. Faith is not a feeling and it is not an emotional response. Faith is always a noun in the Bible, yet in our culture, it is almost always used as a verb. In the Bible, God always refers to faith as something absolute and tangible which expresses itself in belief and action. In the Word of God your belief (verb) always pours out of your faith (noun). To develop Biblical faith, one must learn to thing rightly about what faith is and faith is getting a word from God, which comes from the Word of God. Secondly, faith is believing (mentally agreeing with) what God says. And thirdly, faith is acting on what God says.
Remember agreement with what God says, which becomes an attitude of confidence and trust in God, which moves you to act upon the Word of God is true Biblical faith. And this faith comes from the Word of God. (Romans 10:17), “So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.”