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  • The Power in Applying God's Word

    In God’s plan for every believer is peace, hope, and a good future (Jeremiah. 29:11). It is His will that we live abundant and prosperous lives but the enemy will try to destroy every ounce of peace and hope we have by bringing doubt into our minds.

    If you are experiencing doubt and discouragement in your life right now it's because the devil is robbing you of the blessings that God has for you. The devil is a thief and it is his only mission to steal, kill, and destroy, but Jesus came that we may have life and have it more abundantly (John 10:10).

    Did you notice the word “may”? Webster’s Dictionary describes “may” as permission, opportunity, perhaps, and possibly.

    God has done His part by sending His Son to die on the cross, not only to save us from our sins, but also to give us life abundantly. Whether we have life abundantly or not depends on us!

    God has given us His Word, which is our roadmap for success (Joshua 1:8). His Word is forever established in heaven, and whatsoever we shall bind on earth shall be bound in heaven and whatsoever we shall loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven (Matthew 16:19). What are you binding and loosing in your life?

    As Christians, it is our duty to know God’s Word and what it says about us. We must exercise our faith daily by speaking the Word over our circumstances if we want to see positive changes come about.

    Remember, the Word is like a two-edged sword. It cuts one direction to bring about the changes we desire and another direction to halt the devil. Just as Jesus used the Word to defeat Satan in the dessert (Mathew 4:1-11), so should we.

    Jesus knew the Word, and He applied it. So, in order for us to apply the Word, we also should know it.

    It has been said that knowledge is power, but that power is completely useless unless it is applied. Only applied knowledge is power.

    In God’s plan for every believer is peace, hope, and a good future (Jeremiah. 29:11), so I hope you are currently involved in a bible study group or have a bible-reading program established for yourself. You have got to know and apply the Word of God to live a victorious life and experience all the good that God has for you!