When you say the right thing, the productive thing, you can repeat yourself without fear.
Text for Today – Matthew 11:23 – For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith.
Have you ever said something, only to have someone to whom you were speaking, or overhearing what you said, saying, “What did you say?” Sometimes they may ask the question because they just didn’t hear what you said. At other times they may ask because they need clarification; or even incredulously because they couldn’t believe what they heard, or would like to dispute what you said.
Today I want to ask you, “What did you say?” What did you say when you made Jesus Lord? Did you confess His Lordship over you and your entire life? Did you confess Him as Lord over all you possess, including talents, abilities, and giftings? If you did, say it again today, and tomorrow, and the day after tomorrow, and so forth. Why? Because you will have what you say.
What did you say when you prayed and released your faith for your healing, or your provision, or your deliverance, or for the salvation of a loved one? Did you pray the Word? Did you speak your faith? Was it based on what God said? If you did, then say it again today, and tomorrow, and the day after tomorrow, and so forth.
Have you allowed your faith to become drained? Have you begun to speak thoughts of fear, doubt, or unbelief? Have you allowed your profession of faith to weaken or fade away? Have you starved your faith because you haven’t seen a manifestation at this point in time? If you have, I won’t ask you to repeat that. Rather, repent NOW; pick up your profession of faith again, for He is faithful that promised. Refuse to remain in the doubt mode, and choose to move into the faith mode once again. Ask yourself what you said at the beginning of your faith journey. Recall those words; that confession of faith, and start confessing it again.
This time, write down your profession of faith, and make several copies. Put them on your refrigerator, on your bathroom mirror, on your nightstand, and keep one on your kitchen table. Put one in your car above the sun visor. Keep one in your calendar for easy access and re-reading again and again. Oh, and one more thing; rely on Holy Ghost. He authored the Word of God. Take time to ask Him, “What did You say?”
Manna for Today – Mark 11:22-26; Romans 3:4; Matthew 12:34-37; Proverbs 6:2