I can guarantee this truth: This is what will be done for someone who doesn’t doubt but believes what he says will happen: He can say to this mountain, ‘Be uprooted and thrown into the sea,’ and it will be done for him. Mark 11:23 GW
Love that verse! This morning I saw a distinct correlation between this verse and Ezekiel 37, another of my favorites, The Valley of Dry Bones. You simply can’t speak what you see and expect things to change. That’s not how God does things so why should we?
When we see lack, God sees prosperity, so why do we keep saying what we have and not what God sees? I believe we lack vision! Oh, we hope in the cross, it’s a symbol of salvation, but when we look at the lost of this world, do we only see lost or do we see a crowd of worshippers and ministers. If we see them lost, they will never be found. Jesus came to bring hope to the lost, he did it not by beating them over the head and telling them to change, he simply brought them light and that light changed them.
Everyday, I must ask for fresh vision. I can no longer be blinded by the things I see, I must expand my vision to see as He does.
Father, open the eyes of my understanding. Give me your eyes to see but more importantly, your words to speak. I surrender my tongue to you that I may cast your vision. I will not speak what I see in our pantry or bank account. Change only happens when I see abundance.
I’m excited for this new vision. I patiently wait for your revelation. I hope in your abilities. Can this nation be saved? Then I will speak to this nation, LIVE! and watch the Spirit of God bring life.
Nothing is impossible with God. Can my children come back to God? Then I will speak to my children, LIVE! and watch the Spirit of God bring life. Nothing is impossible with God. Can the diagnosis you got from your doctor be your end? I will speak to diseased bodies, LIVE! and watch the Spirit of God bring life. Nothing is impossible with God.
Do you see the vision? Gods intentions are clear; Psalm 118:17, ” You shall not die, but live, and declare the works of the Lord.” “Oh be careful little mouth what you say. Oh be careful little mouth what you say. For the Father up above is looking down in love, oh be careful little mouth what you say.”