Your Words

Words are powerful and full of purpose.  Your words become either the catalysts for your success or the snares that keep you from accomplishing your goals.  Proverbs 16:11 clearly states, “Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.”  This means the words you speak will shape your experiences.  The truth is you SHALL have what you speak.  With so much riding on what you say, it is important to leverage the power of your words and avoid inadvertently sabotaging your success.

The words you speak are literally an expression of your faith.  They reflect what you believe. Because of this fact you leverage the power of your words by aligning them with the will of God.  It requires faith and wisdom.  It is more than simply saying what feels good or even talking about what you want.   Speaking in line with God means understanding his will and then speaking appropriately.  Faith-filled words are the tools that facilitate the move of God in your life. Faith-filled words are no match for despair or discouragement because they garner the attention of the Lord.  God has declared that he watches over his word to perform it.  I am convinced that God wants you to succeed.  He wants you to leverage the power of your words in order to experience unparalleled success and fulfillment.  Don’t you want the same thing?

Today, I encourage you to take a step toward new levels of success and fulfillment by speaking in line with the vision God has placed in your heart. Don’t let negative or difficult circumstances cause you to downsize your dream. Don’t let fear keep you from saying it out loud. Likewise, don’t let zeal take you beyond the Lord’s instructions.  Just be courageous, trust God and speak death or life appropriately. You will experience all God has planned for you.

 

Blessings to you,

 

MC

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