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Speak the dream: Creating our world with our words!


Davids. PHOTO: Youtube

Davids. PHOTO: Youtube

Words are creative forces that rule the world. God created everything by the words He spoke: “Let there be light” – and there was light. In Hebrews 11:3 Paul said: “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.” In the beginning, when the world was without form and void, God never complained about what He saw. Instead, He created with His words and spoke what He wanted to see.

In very straight terms, our experiences are the accumulation of our declarations. We have been created in His image; therefore, we also can determine our destiny by the words we speak. Solomon made it clear that “death and life are in the power of the tongue; and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof” Proverbs 18:21. We have to realise to a large extent that our tongues determine the quality of our lives.

The words we speak either give life (prosperity, health, peace, promotion, protection) or death (which manifest in manifold forms) to our destiny. We can say that sickness, failure and the likes are products of certain words, which were spoken over a person’s life. This analogy is of utmost importance to our dreams. More often than not, we find that our circumstance does not match God’s grand promises. Therefore, we are tempted to speak the circumstance, rather than the promise. We must look beyond the giants and speak the promise.

God intends for our words to agree with His plans. As we speak, it gives Him the legal right to perform. Our confession is our possession – let loose your tongue and start creating a new world for yourself. Start saying good things about your spouse, career, family, business, etc. God has been waiting for you – agree with Him and speak His words. Speak the dream!

I declare that the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart are good. I receive grace to keep my tongue from speaking unwholesome words. Rather, I frame my future by speaking wholesome, good and positive words. Help me Lord to align my words with the great plans you have for me in Jesus’ precious name.

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