God’s Word

Holy BibleVictorious lives–especially to the glory of God–don’t just happen. They must be cultivated on purpose.

“The words of the LORD are flawless, like silver refined in a furnace of clay, purified seven times,” says Psalm 12:6. When we speak God’s matchless Word to and over ourselves and our children, we are creating a legacy for them that will help give them the best life possible.

It may take a few months or even a few years to see results, but keep on speaking the Word of God. He always works with His Word.

If you have “faith as a grain of mustard seed,” (Matt. 13:31,3217:20) and keep speaking the Word, you will see results!  Many seeds sprout quickly. Some lie fallow for years, then produce fruit. Some become weeds and briars and weeds that choke and cut and otherwise harm. But the good seeds nourish and multiply and bring a wonderful harvest.

In Mark 4:3-8, and Matthew 13, Jesus explains the Parable of the Sower. When we sow the Word of God by speaking it to and over others (even if they are not present), it goes forth in the power of God. However, depending on the type of “soil,” meaning the condition of the spirit and soul of the person being spoken to or about, the seed may not bear fruit as quickly as we would like.

God gives every person a free will and when we speak His Word it is not to control others, it is to lead them to a closer relationship with Christ, to help them have the abundant life. The Word of God is unchanging, unfailing, and eternal. We can change temporary circumstances and conditions by speaking His Word. One thing you can be sure of forever: The Word of God is an incorruptible seed, and it will always bring a good harvest!

Indeed, the Word of God is perfect, and when we speak it, it goes forth in power and changes things.