The Words We Speak 2

“…Abraham believed in the God who brings the dead back to life and who creates new things out of nothing” (Romans 4:17 – NLT)

This is another installment on our words:

If we believe God, then our words should line up with what we believe about God. We say that God has created everything and can do anything…until we run into something that seems impossible to us. When that happens, often we then place the same limitation on God. How you say? Whenever we say, ‘this thing will never work,’ or ‘I’ll never get out of this,’ and ‘things never work out for me.’

These types of phrases can be devastating to anyone—especially Christians. What are we saying, when we use our words to confirm the difficulty of a situation instead of the possibilities of God’s deliverance? Nothing is impossible with God (Luke 18:27), regardless of what it may look like to us. Therefore, we should be speaking the good we expect to come to pass.

Our responsibility is to believe God—who alone is life—and watch things turn around!

Look…Christians are called believers for a reason. We believe in a God who cannot fail! So let’s practice getting our speaking in line with our believing and see our lives, our experiences, and even our world change!

Remember to have faith first…

©2011 Faith1st Ministries


Sebastian is a Christian, Author and Church Leadership trainer. His ministry calling, love for God, and His people; has led him into ministry of all types for over thirty years. He and his wife enjoy helping people in their walk of faith and finding solutions to the struggles of life, especially in the area of healing and marriage. Faith1st Blog is designed to open and continue the discussion on the subject of biblical "faith" as a "living" element of the Christian life. - "the just shall live by faith" - Habakkuk 2:4; Romans 1:17; Galatians 3:11; Hebrews 10:38 (KJV).

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