Understand the Power of Your Words

Proverbs 16:24: “Kind words are like honey–sweet to the soul and healthy for the body.” This implies that your words are powerful. Words can create or destroy. In my newest book, Command: 21 Days of Counseling and Affirmative Prayer, Using the Mirror Method to Cleanse Your Subconscious Mind, and Then Command Your Life Back to Order, we use the power of words to command, denounce, and heal our lives.

When we speak with faith and kindness to ourselves, we give ourselves much more than just the words. Denouncing something is like cutting off its influence in your life. You are disengaging its manifestations and disowning it. And with faith, plus the help of the spirit of God within you, healing takes place.

Isaiah 54:17No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord, and their righteousness is of me, saith the Lord.”

My interpretation of this verse is that God confirms and reminds us of the presence of “His” power in us. It is in our heritage as long as we recognize it; as long as we know who we are in the Lord, His children, and extensions of Him. With this truth in our hearts, also firmly embedded in our souls, we understand and live by the law that no weapon, regardless of its intensity, origin, or intention, can prosper in our lives. This also means that we are more, above and beyond all satanic and devilish weapons against us. Also, the Divine will help us denounce all judgment, negative intentions, and false condemnations intended to rise against us.

And the hidden mystery about these facts is that the invisible part of us, the force that enables our hearts to beat, is God Himself. So we do not have to look away from ourselves to activate and use this power.

Get the book. COMMAND, today and start taking charge of your life.

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