June2017

 

Do not deny things the way they are.  Call them the way that you want them to be.  Speak the answer ... making your confession of the Word of God.  Do not speak the problem.  Do not talk about the sickness or disease that has attacked your body, or about how you feel.

Declare to yourself what God's Word reveals about you, regardless of the circumstances or how you feel about it.

God uses spiritual forces that are not seen to nullify (bring to nothing) things you see in the natural (the attacks of sickness and disease in your body).  This is the Bible principle of "calling things that are not as though they were".  This is written in Romans 4:17.

You call your healing ... which isn't yet manifested in your body ... as though it is manifested ... until it is manifested in your body.

By doing this, you are establishing what God has said to be true concerning healing even though it is not yet a reality in your body.  You do not deny the sickness that is in your body ... you deny ITS RIGHT TO EXIST IN YOUR BODY.

When you call things that are the way they are, you are establishing the current condition or circumstance in your body.  You don't want to  always be confessing (talking about) the sickness in your body, because doing this will establish your present condition.  You do not want it to stay ... you want it GONE!!

Then again, you do not deny the sickness either ... this will not make you well.  But by mixing your faith with God's Word in your confession, you are calling for God's promise to become manifested in your body.  This will cause you to be fully persuaded ... and healing is the result.

Your body always responds to your words in some way, either for better or for worse.  So choose the words you speak out carefully, wisely.

REMEMBER ... When you are sick, call yourself well.  Make your confessions from the Word of God.  You are calling for what you do not have ... your healing.   

Reverend Robert W. & Mary C. Butler

 

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