Don’t Stop TalkingYour Faith!
“So mightily grew the word of God and prevailed”
As a child of God nothing is impossible with you. No matter how hopeless a situation may seem, you can change it. Some people have found themselves in situations where they became frustrated and gave up because from the natural standpoint, nothing seemed to have changed, even though they’d been confessing the Word for so long. Perhaps you’re reading this today and you’re in that situation; you feel like giving up. I have a word of encouragement for you:
keep talking your faith; don’t stop!
Never stagger at the Word of God through unbelief. Strong faith doesn’t give up; it maintains the confession. Just as Abraham talked to a barren womb, Ezekiel talked to dry bones, Jesus talked to the waves, and they all got results, you too can change any hopeless situation with your faith-filled confessions.
Your consistency in the profession of your faith is one of the most essential of all Christian attitudes. Therefore, irrespective of the diverse tests and trials that may come against you, remain unshakable, and keep the Word in your mouth. Keep speaking and doing God’s Word and every anomaly in your life will conform to the will of God for you.
When you’re faced with challenges, go to the Word! Meditate and keep talking the Word. The Word of God on your lips is God talking. Irrespective of what you see, hear, feel, or how negative and impossible things may look in the natural; keep speaking the Word and there’ll be a change. See trials as surmountable challenges, and as opportunities for the glory of God to be revealed in your life.
My confessions of faith come to pass because my words are anointed to produce results. There’s no hopeless situation I can’t change, for my faith is the victory that overcomes every adversity. Irrespective of what I hear, see or feel, my faith in your Word prevails. I walk in health, victory, prosperity and success today,
in Jesus’ Name.
Ecclesiastes 11:3; Matthew 17:20; Mark 11:23
DAILY SCRIPTURE READING
1 Year Bible reading plan: Romans 7:7-25; Psalm 64-67
2 Year Bible reading plan: Ephesians 5:25-33; Isaiah 55