Good day dearly beloved friends and family, thanks for always dropping by. For the past two weeks, we have been getting fed from the book of Exodus, today we would be looking at a very important law in the scripture- the law of confession.
“The nations will hear and tremble; anguish will grip the people of Philistia. The chiefs of Edom will be terrified, the leaders of Moab will be seized with trembling, the people of Canaan will fall upon them…” Exodus 15:14-16
The above verses were part of the song Moses composed for God ( Exodus 15:1). From verse 14, we see him operate this powerful law, saying the things that be not as though they were(Roman 4:17).
The people of Israel had just crossed the Red sea, but Moses knew that that wasn’t the end. He knew there were still enemies to be fought, battles to be won(he never thought of failure) and territories to conquer. The thought of that alone would have terrified anyone, especially if he is leading a people who have been enslaved for the last 430 years- they practically didn’t have any weapons (humanly speaking). But not Moses…he knew that he wasn’t alone, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob was with him.
Hence, he could boldly declare victory even before the battles arose…he knew better to say what he desired instead of what he was presently posed with. Though, he lived in the Old Testament days Moses started operating a very power and dynamic law which Christ would later teach in the book of Mark 11:24
“Whatsoever you desire when you pray, believe that ye receive it and ye shall have it”
The point is, there is no point dwelling on our past or speaking about how big our mountains are…but by speaking forth the word (not just mere positive words) now, we can create the future that we so desire!
Faith goes beyond mentally assenting or believing that God’s word is true…it also entails speaking and most importantly, acting on the word!
Quit majoring on the minor…start speaking the word– it always works!
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Bless your darling heart.