Daily Bread - June 29, 2020 (The Second Day - Genesis 1:6-8)
Written by Pastor Mark Spitsbergen
Monday, 29 June 2020 11:59
Romans 10:8, 10 - But what does it say, The Word is near you, in your mouth
and even in your heart, this is that word of faith that proclaimed...For
the heart believes unto righteousness, and the mouth confesses to salvation.

Part 1 ~ Believing and Speaking the Word of God

God's people have the power that framed the universe poised and ready to
accomplish great things. All we must do is believe in our hearts and
confess with our mouths, and we will begin to participate with God's
miracle. Out of this realm of the Spirit comes forth the miracle of
miracles: the presence of Jesus and the salvation He brings. When Jesus
came into our hearts, the miracle power of the word of faith was
established there. The Spirit of the Living God wrote His words of faith
upon our hearts and minds. As we speak His words of faith by the Spirit,
all the miracles of His will begin to take shape.

When we hear the Word of God, we are hearing the faith of God. This
testimony of faith was first announced at Sinai. All of Israel audibly
heard the words of the Almighty at that first Pentecost in the wilderness
(Exodus 19). The Word of God was revealed as the mountain shook with His
presence and the Earth was filled with the sound of His voice declaring His
Word. They knew first hand that God had spoken, and not man (Deuteronomy
28:1-14, 30:1-14, 6:6-9; Exodus 13:19). All they needed to do was to simply
agree with what God had said and all of the blessings He had promised would
have been theirs.

Today, the Word of God is present in our hearts and in our mouths if we
have been transformed by the Word of God. All we need to do is to speak out
those things that the Word of God proclaims, and the blessings of salvation
will be revealed in our lives. It was the word of faith that created the
vast expanse of the Universe, it was the word of faith that brought forth
our salvation and it is the word of faith that will cause us to possess all
those righteous things which God has promised (Psalms 33:6; Hebrews 11:3).
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