The Lifestyle Of Faith

by Treasure Kgobokoe

About The Book

In this book, Dr. Kgobokoe is challenging readers to revisit the message of faith, especially concerning the practical application of faith in the life of the believer. He declares that faith is more a way of living, not just something we think of when life’s challenges come our way. He purports that faith is about living life like someone who knows who God is, and what He can do. God is the One Who has elevated His Word above His Name. He is the God that cannot lie, nor change His mind concerning His promises to humanity. God can and will do more than what you can ask for, more than what you can think, and more than what you can imagine.  

Dr. Kgobokoe calls believers to a higher level of perceptivity and understanding; that the act of faith is the step that follows knowledge of the Word of God, understanding the Word of God, thinking like God as we meditate on His Word, etc. Before we practice faith, we need to know that there are some things we need to do, like strategizing for what we are trusting God for. He declares that faith without works is dead; but the works of faith precedes the results of putting our faith to action and more. As you read, you will rediscover the power of the most potent equipment for elevating life on earth to an experience closest to doing life the way God does. To live by faith is to please God, that is why “without faith, it is impossible to please God.”

About The Author

Author: Treasure Kgobokoe

Dr. LN Treasure Kgobokoe, PhD, is a Teacher, Author, Lecturer, Motivational Teacher, and a Leadership Development Expert. He has written and published other books like The 7 Pillars of Wisdom; Ideal Love; and Wisdom for Crafting a Lifestyle of Faith. He is the Founder and President of Excellence Ministries International – an Organization that is focused on Local Church Ministry, Leadership and Entrepreneurship Development. Dr. Treasure Kgobokoe is based and lives with his family in the suburbs of Rustenburg, North-West Province of South Africa.