The word of a king

by Lesley Cartwright

      

.It is the same with my word. I send it out, and it always produces fruit. It will accomplish all I want it to, and it will prosper everywhere I send it” -Isaiah 55:11 New Living Translation

Reinstating our Authority
Jesus came to this earth to bring us back the Kingdom! When Adam committed high treason through handing over his birthright to an unemployed cherub, he fell from dominion or kingship on the earth. Jesus’ whole purpose was to reinstate our authority and our place of rulership. The cross was the doorway back into the Kingdom of Heaven. When we choose to live for Christ, we become His Ambassadors – kings assigned to bring the Kingdom culture to earth.

Words of Power
Our deployment is to fill the earth and subdue it, to increase in number and be fruitful (Gen 1:28). One way we do this is through the words we speak. When we speak God’s Word over our lives, we essentially carry the Word of the King into our circumstances, and a Word of the King cannot be turned or recalled (Dan 2:5).

God said that wherever He sends His word, it does not return to Him void. His Word in the earth is spoken through us, His diplomats. We carry His royal seal, and when we present it, situations have to obey.
Words are so important to God, because they carry the power of life and death. We can turn anything around when we speak the Word. With God’s Word in your mouth, it is just as if He was saying it Himself.

Abundance of our Hearts
We have to one day give an account for every careless word that we spoke: “For by your words you will be acquitted, and by your words you will be condemned” -Matthew 12:37. Our words carry power and they reveal what is deep inside our hearts (Luke 6:45). From our good treasure, we speak good things. Don’t be careless with what you say!

My challenge for today is that you will put God’s Word in your mouth and send it on specific assignments. It will accomplish that which you sent it to do!

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