Words that are spoken transmits through high end frequencies; like that of a radio station broadcast. Think of it like a wifi signal – you can be sitting in your house with close doors, closed widows, and behind 4 walls; and communicate words to people anywhere in the world. You can make a phone call and whoever you phone, no matter where in the world, the signal or frequency of your words will be transmitted and heard on the reception side. Words are powerful; yet they are also spiritual components.
Understand that as the Word of God instructs us in Isa.55:17; ‘No weapon formed against us shall prosper, and every tongue raise against us we shall condemn.’ Notice here that God has something to do with it and we also have something to do with it. Although we many times will look at it as God is responsible for the first part; and we need to do our part as written in the second part of the quoted verse; there’s more – we must work with God. This is vital; as we cannot physical hear every word spoken by every person. Your neighbour might be cursing you next door, but know that even you may not hear his words, his words are spiritually transmitted towards you. Whatsoever that is spiritual has no physical limits – no wall can hold it back from reaching its destination and even beyond. Your words will never fade away. Jesus tells us in the Bible tells us this in Matthew 12:36; ‘We will give account for every word we spoke.’ man shall be justified by his words’ [Matt.12:37].
You may be someone who speaks and curse when angry; but know that those words will remain in space; which scientist refer to as matter. Being made in the image and likeness of God; God says that His word will go out and produce that after which He sends it, it will return not void [Isa.55:11]. This means that God reaps the fruit of His Words, it is creative. In the same manner, when we speak, our words will bare fruit, it returns back unto us as fruit. Our words are also creative, but when our anointing be corrupted, our words can return as destructive.
Isaiah 4:5 says the glory of the Lord is my defence. The verses leading up to verse 5 lets us know that we must be holy [meaning clean at heart] to be in God’s glory. We struggle through life, because we not in God’s glory. We must tame our tongues, for a wholesome tongue creates wholesome living [James3]. That which dwells in the heart usually comes out of the mouth by the device of our own tongues. When we in God’s glory, that’s when He is our defence. It isn’t that God doesn’t want to defend us; but we are the ones who must be in God’s glory. The battle is the Lord’s not ours [2Chron.20:15]; we have been called into God’s rest yet we don’t live there. Our responsibility is to live in God’s Will; and carry out the instruction of the Word. We keep finding ourselves wondering away like a stray sheep. We must learn to listen for the voice of our Sheppard. That is a place where our mindsets must be changed [Rom.12:2. If we going to think like the world, then we also going to talk like the world; and ultimately reap the same fruit as the world. The Father says that His ways are not like the world; therefore we must study the Word and start thinking like God. After all, the Father’s Will is expressed in the Bible to us, for our learning and doing accordingly to His divine Will. His Will has been revealed to us who believe [Col.1:27].
God will never leave us nor forsake us; yet we leave God and we forsake Him – God is still on the same place, all we need to do is get back under His glory. Some folks have a problem understanding the part where God will not leave us nor forsake us; but I want to show you something interesting. God the Father had forsaken Jesus His Son [Matt.27:46]. Now you have to understand that when Jesus was crucified, He took the whole world’s sin unto Himself; therefore He was unclean in the sight of the Father; yet He committed no sin of His own. God is full of glory, holy and pure. Nothing unclean can stand in the presence of the Father. The death of Jesus paid the wages of sin; and Jesus defeated the powers of hell; therefore He was purified of the sins of this world; and was raised in the glory of God. Jesus overcame the world for us; and today we have Jesus as our Advocate. When we step out of God’s glory, we must seek forgiveness and Jesus will stand as our Advocate in making us right with the Father.
We all know what to do, but we don’t do it – That the Bible says is a sin. Let’s look at it; “it is sin to know what you ought to do and then not do it “ [James 4:17].
Your words are spiritual components of life and death; how you use it is up to you, but in the end you going to give account of your words; you will be justified by your words. It is up to you how you going to use your words. Are you going to speak life or are you going to speak death. Don’t be conformed to this world, for they constantly speak both. As much good that can come out, the world destroys it because of the bad that comes from the same tongue. You know what you ought to do; make up your mind to do that today.
Teaching by Evng./Pst. Rudi Ferreira
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