Many Christians have difficulty receiving from God because they do not understand what it means to believe or they do not understand that consistency in receiving involves believing. Most Christians think that believing is something that they choose to do; in other words, if they choose to believe something then they are believing. However, true believing is more than a choice. In fact, the choices we make in life are just the beginning in the process of believing. For example, you may choose to believe the doctrine of your church but under the pressure of life’s problems you live other beliefs from your heart. In Acts 8:37, after seeing some water, the Eunuch questioned Phillip and asked, “What hinders me from being baptized?” Phillip did not say, “Just repeat this prayer after me” but instead said, “If you believe with all of your heart you may.” True believing involves identifying with the promise instead of the problem. To identity with something means to become the same with it to the place that you become it and live it. The Eunuch said with all of his heart, "I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God." The next thing you know, he is in the water being baptized. This teaching will help you to understand what it means to believe. Then receiving from God will come easier instead of being difficult. This purchase is to download the audio only of the 3-CD teaching by Cecil Paxton titled, What it Means to Believe, in MP3 format. You will be downloading three MP3 files--one for each of the CD's in the album.