Choose to Speak Right Words about Your Problems

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Your perception should not only change your definition and your attitude towards your problem, it should also change your confession. When it comes to speaking about your problems, the rule is: Speak your expectation not your condition.

There is a direct link between what you say and what you will experience

It is not even about what you are experiencing presently, when you learn to speak right words about your problems you are creating a new world of reality for yourself.

How you speak about your problems determines whether you are going to overcome the problems or not. You may not be able to avoid challenges when you make up your mind to start living your best life. But if you use your mouth to magnify God above your problems, you can always overcome them.

There is power in our confessions
The kind of declarations you are making about your problems can either weaken or strengthen your problem. It is very important for us to know that the battles of life are battles of words.

Whenever the enemies want to overcome God’s people, they will first seek to paralyze their confidence by speaking threatening words. It is a very strong strategy of war by the opposition to create fear in the heart of the opponent before the real attack is launched.

But the best way to thwart this strategy is to release God’s word in your mouth. It is not the time to be quiet. You must open your mouth and address the opposition according to what is written in the Scriptures.

Never allow the enemy to keep your mouth shut when you need to speak the right words that will weaken your problem. Words that you speak can serve dual purpose. They can be offensive and at the same time, they can serve as your defense.

Quotes about your words

“Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind.”
― Rudyard Kipling

We must begin confessing what the Word of God has to say about our lives and circumstances instead of what those in the world may speak about the situation.

We must not only claim God’s Word, but also learn to speak or confess His Word. We must confess our faith in God’s Word.

Circumstances are subject to change, and one of the things that can cause them to do so is the confession of God’s Word over a particular situation

Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.