RHEMA FOR TODAY
I’VE GOT THE LIFE OF GOD…
Say these with me, “I’ve got the life of God in me; it’s in every fibre of my being, in every cell of my blood, and in every bone of my body. I live above sickness, disease, defeat, and all the depravities that affect the human nature, as a result of the divine life and nature of God in me! I am filled with the knowledge of God’s will in all wisdom and spiritual understanding because the Holy Spirit
lives in me. I am rightly positioned in the centre of God’s perfect will, being yielded to the control, sway, influence, and guidance of the Holy Spirit, every day of my life. I am living the life of continuous victory. I refuse to be discouraged or subject to the crippling principles of the world, for I live far and above them. The Lord has brought me into a large place, a place of wealth in abundance. I am a success; I win today and every day, because the greater One lives in me. Blessed be God!”
• Nothing happens in your life except that which you’ve voiced with your mouth. Your prosperity, health, success, victory, progress, and promotion in life are the result of what you say with your mouth. ~ Pastor Chris Oyakhilome.
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CONFESSION BRINGS US THE BLESSINGS OF SALVATION
Salvation is a big word; it encapsulates all the beautiful results of the redemptive work of Christ
For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation (Romans 10:10).
Our opening verse says you believe with your heart, and are made right with God; however, with the mouth, confession (Greek: homologeo) is made unto salvation. It is your confession that activates and causes the blessings of salvation to be actualized in your life, so don’t be quiet. Speak the Word always.
There’re those who say Christianity is of the heart, so you don’t have to say anything; just keep it in your heart, to yourself. Well, that’s not Christianity! You can’t know the Word of God and be quiet; more so, the Bible says, “with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.” There’re tremendous blessings in salvation, and to enjoy them, you’ve got to be a talker; a Word-talker.
Salvation is a big word; it encapsulates all the beautiful results of the redemptive work of Christ: salvation, divine want to ask, “How do I confess the Word?” Confession is your response in agreement with the Word.
For example, you may feel headaches, but what do you say in such a situation? Someone may say, “O, my head is really aching”; that’s the wrong confession. You ought to say, “I have the life of God in me, therefore, every fibre of my being, from the crown of my head to the soles of my feet, is vitalized by the Spirit of God that lives in me! I’m healthy and strong.”
You’re not an ordinary person; you’re born of God; you’re born of His Word, and must therefore live by the Word. We’re victorious by the Word on our lips—the words we speak in agreement with God’s Word.