God’s Word is our seed.
Do you ever think about the words you speak? Have you made the connection between what you say and what happens in your life? Do you know that the words you speak become the seeds you are planting for your harvest? I ask you, what are you planting, blessings or curses?
I believe we were created to speak only what God says. All laws God spoke into existence still exist today. The laws were active on earth in the garden and they are still here today. But because of the fall of man our speech was also corrupted.
There are two realms, the spiritual and the natural. Therefore, there are two types of laws, remember that spiritual laws are more powerful than the physical or natural laws. The spirit is always more powerful than the natural.
God speaks and it happens, He calls things which are not as though they are. He doesn’t say anything He doesn’t want to come to pass. We are designed like God, He is a spirit and we are spirits. So we should be speaking only those things we want to see come to pass. And we should be calling those things which are not as though they are. Romans 4:17b
What has happened is that God’s Law of Confession hasn’t changed but man has changed. Many no longer believe that what they say matters or makes any difference. Many no longer believe in the power of words or that words are creative. When you speak you give life to words. That is why you continue to hear words in your mind long after they have been spoken.
We all need to have the assurance inside us that our words mean something. I encourage you to put a new value on your words – know that when you speak your words are going to do what you say. Our words are heard before they are seen ~ know that faith’s confessions create realities! All of our increase and/or decrease comes through our words. Don’t look at the confessions of men around you but look at what God says about you. Agree with God. That is your truth!
Proverbs 18:21 – “Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it will eat its fruit.”
Proverbs 13:3 – “He who guards his lips guards his life, but he who speaks rashly will come to ruin.”