The IPPC2017 and its bouquet of conferences concluded yesterday with a most awesome Loveworld Music and Arts Awards celebrations. Delegates from all corners of the world enjoyed a week of marvellous blessings, distributions of grace and magnificent ministry of the Holy Ghost. We’re thankful to the Lord for all we received, and the impact we’ll make around the world as a result. Glory to God! Learn how to respond to the Word in today’s Rhapsody.
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At 12noon and 10pm (Local/GMT), we’ll pray in tongues of the spirit for most of both 15min sessions, declaring and affirming with joy that the church is moving forward in strength and glory, beyond what it’s ever known, or the world has ever comprehended. Rejoice in the Lord for the days ahead are great. Glory to God forevermore. Hallelujah! God bless you.
Dear Father, thank you for showing me the way to a life of continuous victory. I live above discouragement and the crippling principles of the world. As I speak the Word and respond to the Word in faith, I maintain my victory and dominion in Christ, today and always, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.
Makes you think…
Speaking God’s Word and responding to God’s Word are two different things. Many think they’re the same, but they’re not. Most have never been taught how to respond to God’s Word and many don’t know what it is to actually speak God’s Word.
A good example of speaking the Word in response to a situation was the encounter between the Lord Jesus and Satan as recorded in Matthew 4:1-4 (read entire reference). The Master responded to Satan, quoting the scripture that says, “It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeded out of the mouth of God” (Matthew 4:4).
He spoke the Word; He said exactly what God already said through Moses, the Prophet. So, when do you speak the Word? It’s mainly when Satan throws thoughts at you, and circumstances raise their voices against you. Then go ahead to say what is written; don’t try to put it in your own words. Say it exactly as it is in Scripture.
How do you respond to the Word? Our theme verse shows us exactly how: it’s by the vocalization of your faith on the basis of what God has already said. Your confession, resulting from your faith in a specific word or statement from God is your response to that Word. That’s what changes your life and circumstances.
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