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SPEAK BECAUSE YOU BELIEVE

We having the same spirit of faith, according as it is written, I believed, and therefore have I spoken; we also believe, and therefore speak (2 Corinthians 4:13). 

It’s so important that you always make faith declarations about your life. Every day, declare that your life is excellent and full of glory; say it because you believe it. Declare that you live free of sickness, disease, infirmities, and you live prosperously in Christ Jesus. If you don’t say it, you can’t have it.

Sickness will come to you if you don’t continually affirm that you live in health. It’s like the farmer who doesn’t plant the right seeds in his field; the wrong ones will grow up. So always proclaim divine health. Refuse arthritis, stroke, chest pains, migraine headaches, diabetes, heart trouble, blood infection etc.; declare that these or any other infirmity have no place in your body. Glory to God!

God already gave you the transcendent life; the life of absolute mastery and dominion. He already made you victorious. He said to Abraham, “…I have made you a father of many nations…” (Romans 4:17 NKJV). He didn’t say, “I shall make you…”; He calls things that be not as though they were. The same God is saying to you even now, “I have made you a success. I have made you healthy and strong. I have made you prosperous. I have made you a king-priest.”

Therefore, align yourself with His truth and call yourself what He’s called you; speak the same things in agreement with Him. That’s how it works. That was what Abraham did. The Bible says against hope, he believed in hope. He staggered not at the promise of God through unbelief, but was strong in faith, giving glory to God (read Romans 4:18-20). 

Recall that God had changed his name from Abram, “assumed father,” to Abraham, “father of many.” Abraham believed and called himself what God had called him. He introduced himself to others as the father of many. He believed, therefore he spoke, and his faith declaration catapulted him to possession—it created Isaac. Blessed be God!

Confession/Prayer

My life is excellent and full of glory; I walk in absolute mastery, victory, safety, wellness, wholeness and divine health because I’m in Christ and Christ is my life! His wisdom, righteousness, peace, glory and joy are expressed through me, and my faith in the Word is the victory that overcomes the world.

1-year bible reading plan

Matthew 21:1-32; Exodus 18-19

2-year bible reading plan

Acts 13:42-52; Job 30-31

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