Thursday, January 13, 2011

Talk Your Way Out Of It!

Even so the tongue is a little member; and boasteth great things. Behold, how great a matter a little fire kindleth! (James 3:5)

God expects us to prophecy-talk our way out of any negative situation, rather than wait for him to do something. That's why He said, "And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy"

This is the reason you must fill your heart with the Word, for out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks (Matthew 12:34). When your heart is saturated with the word, right in the midst of trouble, the Word will well up in you and burst forth through your mouth! It doesn't matter how dire the challenge you're confronted with might seem, you can talk your way out of it. This was what the Lord told Ezekiel to do in the valley of dry bones: "And he said unto me, Son of man, can these bones live? And I answered, O Lord GOD, thou knowest. Again he said unto me, Prophesy upon these bones, and say unto them, O ye dry bones, hear the word of the LORD." (Ezekiel 37:3-4).
Ezekiel found himself in a valley full of dry bones and the Lord asked him, "Can these bones live?" That was an impossible situation, but God told Ezekiel to "prophecy to the bones." As soon as Ezekiel complied, a great miracle took place: "... and as I prophesied, there was a noise, and behold a shaking, and the bones came together, bone to his bone" (Ezekiel 37:7).

The challenges you face are bread for you; refuse to let them drown your faith. No matter how dry the valley may seem, you can talk your way out of it- you can prophecy your way out of any predicament. Keep talking your health, success, prosperity and victory. You can talk your way out of any trouble into the good life God has ordained for you.
(Acts 2:17). To prophecy means to speak words of power. Meaning you can prophecy your way to the top; you can prophecy your way out of trouble, into the good life!

I'm talking my way to the top! God's Word of Power is in my heart and in my mouth today. I'm walking in the glory of God and living the transcendent life in Christ! I'm effecting changes in my life, and causing negative situation to be in line with God's will and purpose for my life in the Name of Jesus. Amen

Rhapsody of Realities June 16, 2009
-Pastor Chris Oyakhilome

A few things I want you to see in Pastor Chris' message here;
Words of power- what does that mean? A word of power is a word backed by your belief in it. If for example, you look in the mirror and declare "I'm fat!" and actually believe that you are fat, even if you're not really fat, you will become fat; because you've spoken a word of power. What you need to do is fill your ears, eyes and mind with the opposite of such words until it gets into your spirit.

When Jesus told that fig tree that no man shall eat of it ever again, you best believe that He believed every word that proceeded out of His mouth! He had so much confidence in His words that He just continued about his day instead anxiously of standing by the tree, biting his nails, waiting for it to keel over. In fact, it was Peter who pointed out that the tree had died as they passed back that way the next day. Jesus wouldn't have looked at it a second time if Peter hadn't marveled that His curse worked.

Want to know a trick to have confidence in your words? Eliminate lies from your speech. When you practise lying constantly, not even you will believe yourself at times. Your spirit is the one that uses your words and goes out to connect with God's spirit to order the circumstance and situations you've declared with your mouth. Don't decieve your spirit with lies.

Ok, that was kinda off tangent, so back on! hahaha!
So instead of leaving you with a prayer, I left you with a "confession". What's a confession?
no it's not just to admit something you did. This confession has a different meaning.
It is speaking God's Words in concert. It means AGREEING with God and speaking His words.
The greek word for this confession is homologia -
  1. subjectively: whom we profess to be ours
  2. objectively: profession [confession] i.e. what one professes [confesses]

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