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Rhema Word


When you read the bible,
what is God saying to you?
What is the rhema word and what does it mean, exactly? 

According to an article on sharefaith.com, "in Greek, the word rhema means "an utterance." Therefore, the rhema word in Biblical terms refers to a portion of scripture that "speaks" to a believer." Or we can say the rhema word is what you get when you read the Word (the bible) and you get a clear revelation or an answer to a problem, an issue, or a circumstance you are dealing with. From those particular words you read it is now crystal clear what you need to do. And nobody can tell you otherwise. You know what you just read and you know beyond a shadow of a doubt what you "heard" inside your spirit regarding those words -- that rhema word (plural). "God wants to speak to His people and provide insight beyond human understanding" (sharefaith.com). This will give us more power in our faith walk and we will be better equipped to help ourselves and help others.

The rhema word doesn't lie. It is what it is. Thus, you can take it to the bank and cash it numerous times. For, you will become richer in the spirit.

The rhema word isn't just available for Christians though. It is open to anyone who believes in God and Jesus as His son. Anyone can do that and can start with Romans 10:9/10, "if you declare with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you profess your faith and are saved."

That's great for you.

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