FAITH IS GOOD WITH SPOKEN WORDS

When you speak to your problems, you subdue them. It is not about saying them alone, you also have to belief that what you said would come to pass. I was told the story of a young boy who was told that he could move mountains if he believed. On his way home, he saw a mountain that was close to his house and he commanded the mountain to move.

The first few days, nothing happened but he believed that the mountain would still move. Some days later, the government were mapping some places for demolition so they could erect a new building and fortunately, the mountain was part of the building that was demolished. The small boy had faith that the mountain would move, and he spoke to the mountain and it moved.

Faith and spoken words always go hand in hand. If you are in a particular situation that you do not like and you have faith that you would get out of the problem without speaking to the problem by praying and by telling yourself that you would get out of the problem then you are getting it wrong.
Speaking to your problem without having faith is like a dream that would not come to reality. When you speak to your problems, and you have faith that all would be well, all would surely be well as far it is for the right thing and for the right cause.

Mind you, it’s not about just speaking and having faith in some cases, you have to act on your spoken words. It’s just like a student that did not read well for an examination and he prays that he should have a 5 dot and he seriously backs it up with a strong and formidable faith, he would not only have a two -two but a third class.

Don’t forget that having faith without
speaking it out is waste of time and having faith with speaking it out without putting such words into action is just a daydream.

DIVINE FORMULAR: FAITH + CONFESSING IT + WORKING IT = MAKING IT HAPPEN.

— Copyright © 2013 Seun Emmanuel Alaofin

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One response to “FAITH IS GOOD WITH SPOKEN WORDS”

  1. Adenike.O says :

    highly motivating

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