Psalm 19:14 (KJV)
Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O LORD, my strength, and my redeemer.
Before Tracy left for the motor park to embark on her journey, her aunt said ‘journey mercies dear’. To this Tracy said ‘amen’.
While they were on their journey, Tracy fell asleep and had a most unusual dream. In that dream, their bus had a ghastly accident and she and one other person were the only ones that survived. While she was trying to get away from the damaged vehicle, a man dressed in white appeared to her and kept repeating in the exact voice of her aunt: ‘journey mercies’. While she was trying to figure out what was going on, she woke up. But it was the crash of the bus that woke her up. Indeed, the bus had crashed into a truck and it was a ghastly accident. Most of the people in the bus died, but she was spared. She only had bruises.
Tracy realized that her life was preserved because of the words her aunt uttered earlier.
When a Christian declares a thing, it should come to pass (Job 22:28) because we are children of God who have the authority of Christ Jesus. But many times, Christians find that their words are powerless.
When a believer is used to uttering idle and useless words, they render his words weightless in the realm of the spirit. That is why Jesus warns us against uttering idle words (see Matt 12:36). Untrue words are idle words. Believers who tell lies do so at the expense of the power of faith that should be released when they declare things they want to come to pass.
Go into today remembering that believers who tell lies and talk too much have weightless words in the realm of the spirit.
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