Speaking The Word Of Faith

“For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things
which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith.” Mark 11:23

Faith or lack of faith is the difference between Heaven and Hell. It is basically impossible to over-stress the need and value of faith. The spoken words that have power are words that are loaded up with faith. All that we see was made by words, and it is the actual Word of God that keeps the universe together (Heb. 1:3). Therefore, all that we see will answer to faith-filled words. They need to answer because words are the parent force. There is extraordinary power in the spoken words of faith! Abraham, David, Joshua and Caleb spoke words of faith in the midst of trial. The Lord wants us to be strong in faith even in the midst of storms. We should speak in faith against the mountains that we face while claiming the promises of God. Accepting God is brilliant, however Jesus encouraged us to do another thing: to speak the word of faith, to express the thing we are looking for from God through words of faith. Such a believer who understands the power of speaking the Word of God with boldness and faith shall have whatsoever he saith.

I decree and declare in the name of Jesus, let every words of faith that precede of my mouth begin to manifest greatness Amen.




“Looto ni mo wi fun yin, enikeni to ba wi fun oke yi wipe sidi ki o si bo sinu okun, ti ko ba siye meji ninu okan re sugbon ti o ba Gbagbo wipe pe oun ti oun wi yio se, yio ri be fun.” Marku

Igbagbo ati ainigbagbo ni iyato to wa ninu orun ati orun apaadi. Ao le so ni asoju wipe igbagbo se Pataki. Awon oro to lagbara ni awon oro ti o kun fun igbagbo. oro ni a fi da oungbogbo ti a nri, oro Olorun si ni o gbe gbogbo aye duro (Heb 1:3). Nitorina, oun gbogbo wa nipa oro ti o kun fun igbagbo. O wa nitoripe oro je agbara. Agbara nla nbe ninu oro igbagbo ti a so. Abrahamu, Dafidi, Joshua, ati caleb, won so awon oro igbagbo loju iponju. Oluwa fe ki a duro ninu igbagbo ni igba ti iji ban ja. O ye ki a fi igbagbo soro lodi si awon apata ti o doju ko wa nigba ti a ba ngba ileri Olorun. Oun ti dara ni lati gba olorun, sibe jesu gba wa niyanju lati se oun kan, lati maa soro igbagbo, ki a maa so oun ti a nwa lati owo Olorun nipa oro igbagbo. Onigbagbo ti o ba ni oye agbara oro siso pelu igboya ati igbagbo yio ri ounkoun ti o ba so.

Mo pa lase ni oruko Jesu Jeki gbogbo oro igbagbo ti o ba jade lati enu mi bere si fi ara han.Amen.


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