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Watch your words

Daily Devotional Podcast. Follow along with blog post.
Do you know that what we say can and will be used for or against us? Yes, Proverbs 18:21 says, "the tongue has the power of life and death, and those who love it will eat its fruit." What are you speaking over your life? What are you speaking over the life of your children, your spouse, your career, finances, health, or anything else? Whatever words we are choosing, because as we know, what we say is a choice, those words dictate if we are speaking to the Lord and giving those words life or if we are speaking to the devil -- the enemy, to give those words death. What are you choosing? Are you speaking like a winner in Christ or not? Because let me tell you, Christ is full of love (1 John 4) and He is full of positivity and light. Yes. And when we speak good and positive things into the atmosphere we give them leverage in Jesus name, to be fruitful and multiply. We have a choice in how our life goes. Because Proverbs 23:7 says, we are what we think we are. As a man thinks that's who he is. 

So, the bottom line is, if we want to win in Christ, if we want to conquer the mountains, then no matter our circumstances, we have to speak life, victory, success, accomplishments, winning, and achievement over our lives. We have to believe what Proverbs 18:21 says, which again is, "the tongue has the power of life and death, and those who love it will eat its fruit." It's about yielding to the power of the Lord and watching our words. It's about yielding the power the Lord gives us, the choice He gives us, to watch our words and use them wisely. Then we can claim victory over our lives, in Jesus name.
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