Words have immense power. They can shape your life, open doors to God’s daily provision, and help you understand the language of the kingdom of God. Jesus made it clear that words have the power to create and sustain life, and his disciples understood this power. Through the power of words, we can experience God’s provision and open doors to opportunities that were previously closed. By understanding the power of words and language, we can unlock the power of the kingdom of God and create a better life for ourselves.
Words have the power to shape your life, help you understand the language of the kingdom of God, and open the door to God's daily provision. Jesus made it clear that words have power, and the disciples understood this power. We can use words to open and close doors, and experience the provision of God through his life-giving word. God created the world with words, and you can create your world with words too. The Holy Spirit will give us spiritual revelation and understanding and bring people into our lives for divine appointments if we learn the language of the kingdom of God. Understanding the power of words is key to discovering God's daily provision.
As already said, Jesus made it clear that words have power. not just any words, but his words. He said, "It is the spirit that quickeneth; the flesh profiteth nothing: the words that I speak unto you, they are spirit, and they are life" (John 6:63).
Remnant Disciples understand the power of words. I love the word "reward," for example. A reward is recompense for a worthy act. God enjoys rewarding and benefiting those who seek him diligently. Learn to live the lifestyle of pursuing the things of God, putting him first in your life, and getting your expectation level up there.
The things you are thankful for are the things that God will multiply in your life. Those people who come to God with a messed-up life astound me. He receives them, gets them out of a mess, blesses them, and they prosper. Then, for some reason, they get too busy to serve him. To stop this cycle, you have to be grateful and never forget what the Lord has brought you out of. Grateful disciples are never disappointed. Learn to honor God through gratitude. Put him first every day.
The words you use each day influence your daily experiences. Words are containers of expectation. They are filled with possibilities. Possibilities come as you change the way you think. Words have a powerful effect on the atmosphere around you. Get excited about words. Words like breakthrough and blessed words like abundance and words like "health"
Words are powerful tools that open and close doors. Every time you change the way you speak, you open a whole new world of opportunities. Avoid being problem-conscious with problem words, but rather possibility-conscious with possibility words. Words are powerful tools for changing your life. Use them.
Jesus taught his disciples to pray this prayer. "Our Father, which art in heaven, hallowed be thy name." Thy kingdom come. "Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven." Give us our daily bread today. And forgive our debts as we forgive our creditors: "And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil; for thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen" (Matthew 6:9–13).
The most straightforward interpretation of this Scripture is to ask the Father for daily provision. But what happens when you view this prayer as a quest for daily bread from the word of God itself? Remember, Jesus is the commanding heights, the bread that came down from heaven.
Then Jesus said unto them, "Verily, verily, I say unto you, Moses gave you not that bread from heaven; but my Father giveth you the true bread from heaven." "For the bread of God is he who descended from heaven and gives life to the world" (John 6:32–33).
Jesus, the bread, is the word of God incarnate. Could it be possible that when you pray the Lord’s Prayer, God responds by giving daily provision through his life-giving word? Jesus told his disciples he had food they didn’t know he had (John 4:34). Where did it come from? Was it within him?
LANGUAGE, CULTURE, AND WORDS
Every kingdom has a culture, including the kingdom of God. Cultures, for example, have their own unique fashion, music, literature, food, economy, and language. Language is a collection of words connected together in an orderly fashion. A systematic collection of words allows people to communicate and understand.
Words frame your life by giving perspective and direction. In actuality, words created the world itself. Scripture declares, "Through faith, we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear" (Hebrews 11:3).
This is a powerful truth. God, who is a spirit, created the natural world you live in. In other words, spirit created form. It was God (a spirit) that breathed life into Adam, who became a living soul. The carnal mind may find it difficult to comprehend that Spirit is more real than natural, but it is nonetheless true.That’s why, one day, you will know Him as you are known. "For now we see dimly through a glass, but then face to face: now I know in part, but then shall I know even as I am known" (1 Corinthians 13:12).
Everything God ever did on this earth involved the use of words. Words were always involved. If God created the world with words, then you can create your world with words.
It’s a beautiful thing to experience a revelation from the Holy Spirit. There is a difference between the logos word and the rhema word. Logos are made of ink on paper. Rhema is the spiritual revelation of that ink on paper. Rhema only comes about through the ministry of the Holy Spirit. Scripture declares, "The entrance of thy words giveth light; it gives understanding to the simple" (Psalms 119:130). This means the word enters your spirit, comes alive, and gives you spiritual understanding.
The Holy Spirit will bring people into your life. These are divine appointments. Learn the language of the kingdom of God, and the Holy Spirit will give you spiritual revelation and understanding.