May the Lord help us before we open our mouth
so He doesn’t have to help us correct or
overcome what comes out.
“For by your words you will be justified and
acquitted, and by your words you will be
condemned and sentenced.” (Matt.12:37, Amp)
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Speaking HIS Language
Jesus commissioned us to go and to do with His “power of rule” (Mt 28:18) what He had done with it. The factor of multiplication was ever present throughout the record of His representing the Kingdom of God on earth (Mt.14:17-21). Jesus spoke the language of wholeness and multiplication. When we speak the language of subtraction and diminishing, we cannot get the results Jesus got. When He saw disease, He spoke the opposite to what it was doing to the person. He never got into agreement with the spirit or the infirmity. (Mt.9:6;14:27;17;7; Mk.5:39-42;7:34;Jn.5:8) When everyone at a wedding was speaking the language of lack, Jesus spoke the language of plenty and the result was better wine than the previous that was served. (Jn 2:10;10:10) In that instance, Jesus didn’t even have a small amount of wine to multiply; He took empty vessels and filled them.
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