Daily Bread - June 30, 2020 (The Third Day - Genesis 1:9-13)
Written by Pastor Mark Spitsbergen
Tuesday, 30 June 2020 10:16
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 2 ~ Agree Only With Faith, And Speak Only The Words Of Truth

Too many of God's people speak things that have nothing to do with the Word
of God. They agree with disappointment, and speak out a future of failure
and demise. We must learn to speak only those things God has said, and not
agree with our adversary and the disappointing circumstances we may find
ourselves in. We live our lives much to earthly (Colossians 3:1-4; Matthew
6:19-34); and so when things are going good, we are happy and speaking
words of life; and when things go bad, we are sad and begin to declare
reproachful things.

God desires to turn all the bad around, and fill you with a sound of
continual thanksgiving (Colossians 3:17; 1 Thessalonians 5:18). So, keep
your tongue from evil, and do not allow your lips to speak out words of
doubt and disappointment; depart from evil and pursue His peace (1 Peter
3:10; Psalms 34:13). Let us only speak the truth the Word of God, and say
with the men of faith and wisdom, "All of the words of my mouth are in
righteousness; there is nothing arrogant or perverse in them" (Proverbs

God is a God of faith, and without faith, we cannot please Him (Hebrews
11:6). There is no good thing He will withhold from those who walk upright,
so be in expectation that all God has promised will be fulfilled in you
(Psalms 84:11; Proverbs 28:10). Don't faint, neither grow weary (Isaiah
40:30-31; Galatians 6:9). Rather, let the words of your mouth and the
meditations of your heart be acceptable in the sight of your Strength and
Redeemer (Psalms 19:14). By our words, we are condemned or justified.
Therefore, we must be careful to only speak the words of truth, the words
of faith (Matthew 12:37; Proverbs 13:3). Our confession must be what we
truly believe; and for those born of the Spirit, we believe the truth as it
is revealed by God, not by circumstance!
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