Tuesday, September 15, 2015

WORD DYNAMIC: WORDS

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Gen 17:5

5 Neither shall thy name any more be called Abram, but thy name shall be Abraham; for a father of many nations have I made thee. [KJV]

There lived a man named Abram who was childless for a large chunk of his life. He encountered God and God promised him a child through His wife who had already reached menopause. Abram took God at His word; he cooperated with God by calling himself Abraham which means 'Father of many nations'. He and his wife were still childless when this happened, and people must have laughed at them. But guess who had the last laugh?

It is not enough to simply choose the God blessed life nor is it enough to think it, you must also practice the discipline of speaking what you believe, not what you see (LK. 6:45, Matt. 12:34). Speaking what you believe is a sign of faith and a strengthener of faith. And faith produces results.

Proverbs 18:21 shows us that our tongues have great power over our lives. Let’s choose to speak the right words over life all the time. Christians are not supposed to speak words inspired by fear but words inspired by faith.

Go into today with the determination to speak God's Word unconditionally and continuously. Speak life into every aspect of your life.

Prayer:

Pray for God's Grace to believe and proclaim God's word in spite of any experience.

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-T.S. Alalibo

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