Word From The Lord

The mouth is a vocal organ. It is the centre place where miracle exists.  What your mouth cannot say your eyes cannot see and your hand cannot touch.  The heart receives witness with your spirit through the word of God.  It incubates inside the heart and from there you believe every detail of that word then the mouth speaks what the heart has hatched.  The scripture says “That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. Rom 10:9
In Heb 10:23 “Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering: (for he is faithful that promised;)”we are told to hold fast our profession.  In another version of the Bible, profession is called confession.  Many Christians because of what they feel, see, hear and read or what the medical report says make them to confess otherwise.  Nothing on earth should stop you from holding fast your confession even if everything is physically working against you.  Sense knowledge holds fast to physical evidence.  The word of God which is the spiritual knowledge holds fast to what God says.
When we talk about holding fast our confession the question is, “What should we hold fast to”?
1.      Hold fast to the word of God.  The word of God never fails and the scripture is a letter written to you and I.
2.    Hold fast to the confession of your new faith.  You are a new creation, old things are past away.
3.    Hold fast to the fact that the Lord is the strength of your life.
4.    Holdfast the confession that you are healed and you cannot be sick.  Surely He has borne our sicknesses and carried our disease and that by His stripes we are healed.
It may be difficult to hold fast our confession when we still have pains in the body.  Take your eyes off the physical, the feeling and keep saying out loud “By His stripes, I am healed”.  Often times many make the mistake of telling people I am sick, I am weak, I am having some pains.  These are words that glorify the devil.
When you have prayed and still confess sickness, pains, you have nullified your prayers.  This is one of the hindrances why Christians are not healed.  When things are going well, it is easy for Christian to confess it is well but when things are bad they can hardly say it is well.
My dear, the best time to say it is well is when things do not appear to be well.
Each time you confess weakness and failure, you are magnifying the devil above our heavenly Father and you have destroyed the confidence you have in the word of God.  Use your mouth wisely and it will bring you miracles.