HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div
Day 15 – Spoken Word
The story of Lazarus’ death and resurrection reflects the power of Jesus’ spoken word. He already knew in His heart the miracle that was about to take place, but His words spoke the miracle into existence.
While prayer is our declaration of our dependence on God, our spoken words can be the manifestation of what’s happening in our hearts. There is power in our spoken words – whether they are used to build up or tear down. It is so important to keep our hearts filled with the truth from God’s Word so that our words will produce good fruit. As you seek God in prayer ask Him for the words and discernment that may help someone today. Pray that your words would be encouraging, edifying and aligned with the truth of God’s word. Building others up around us with our words allows us to be God’s instrument and a vessel for His good work.
John 11:43 And when he thus had spoken, he cried with a loud voice, Lazarus, come forth.
As God continues to fill us through this season of prayer and fasting, He wants to take what is now in our hearts and share it with others. How can you use the power of your spoken words to speak God’s truth in the lives of others?
O, God helps us this morning to bring a new life in the many people outside the pailing of God’s grace. Therefore, let your light shine forth in these final days of our prayer and fasting and that God will minister in us as He ministered to the family of Lazarus.