Our Confession

Faith-filled Words framed the universe.  Salvation is based on faith-filled words.

Manifestation of The Word comes by faith-filled confession.

Paul wrote by The Holy Spirit in Hebrews chapter 4:

14 Seeing then that we have a great High Priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us hold fast our confession.

Paul wrote by The Holy Spirit in Hebrews chapter 3:

1 Therefore, Holy brethren, partakers of the Heavenly calling, consider the Apostle and High Priest of our confession, Christ Jesus,

I am to hold fast to the absolute integrity of The Word.  I am to hold fast to the redemptive work of Christ.  I am to hold fast to the reality that I am a new creation in Christ, old things passed away.  I am to hold fast that GOD is the strength of my life!  I am to hold fast to the Truth that He has borne my sicknesses and carried away my diseases and by His stripes I am healed.

Faith holds fast to the confession of The Word.  Sense knowledge holds fast to the physical circumstances and related evidence.  Which are you going to set yourself in agreement, The Word of GOD or your sense knowledge?

Do you have more faith in an incurable disease or FATHER’S Word concerning healing the sick?  What seeds are you sowing with your mouth?

You will never rise above your confession!

Luke wrote by The Holy Spirit in chapter 8:

11   “Here, then, is the deeper meaning to My parable: The Word of God is the seed that is sown into hearts.

12 The hard pathway represents the hard hearts of men who hear the Word of God but the slanderer quickly snatches away what was sown in their hearts to keep them from believing and experiencing salvation.

13 The seed falling on the gravel represents those who initially respond to the Word with joy, but soon afterward, when a season of harassment of the enemy and difficulty come to them, they whither and fall away, for they have no root in the Truth and their faith is temporary.

14 The seed that falls into the weeds represents the hearts of those who hear the Word of God but their growth is quickly choked off by their own anxious cares, the riches of this world, and the fleeting pleasures of this life. This is why they never become mature and fruitful.

15 The seed that fell into good, fertile soil represents those Lovers of Truth who hear it deep within their hearts. They respond by clinging to the Word, keeping it dear as they endure all things in faith. This is the seed that will one day bear much fruit in their lives.”

If you keep The Word in your heart and in your mouth, confessing it when you are being tested in some area in your life, you will overcome the test.  “By His Stripes I am healed” is greater than any disease or affliction.  The stripes Jesus bore are greater than any disease, bar none.

James specifically addresses confession as he wrote by The Holy Spirit in chapter 3:

2  We all fail in many areas, but especially with our words. Yet if we’re able to bridle the words we say we are powerful enough to control ourselves in every way, and that means our character is mature and fully developed.

3 Horses have bits and bridles in their mouths so that we can control and guide their large body.

4 And the same with mighty ships, though they are massive and driven by fierce winds, yet they are steered by a tiny rudder at the direction of the person at the helm.

5 And so the tongue is a small part of the body yet it carries great power! Just think of how a small flame can set a huge forest ablaze.

6 And the tongue is a fire! It can be compared to the sum total of wickedness and is the most dangerous part of our human body. It corrupts the entire body and is a hellish flame! It releases a fire that can burn throughout the course of human existence.

7 For every wild animal on earth including birds, creeping reptiles, and creatures of the sea and land have all been overpowered and tamed by humans,

8 but the tongue is not able to be tamed. It’s a fickle, unrestrained evil that spews out words full of toxic poison!

9 We use our tongue to praise God our Father and then turn around and curse a person who was made in his very image!

10 Out of the same mouth we pour out words of praise one minute and curses the next. My brothers and sister, this should never be!

11 Would you look for olives hanging on a fig tree or go to pick figs from a grapevine? Is it possible that fresh and bitter water can flow out of the same spring? So neither can a bitter spring produce fresh water.

We should not be speaking curses toward anyone no matter how nefarious they appear to be.  FATHER will judge all.  We need to speak the Word rather than speak about problems we are confronting.  The Word will overcome all our challenges if we truly believe The Word and It is deep in our hearts.  We have to know the Word in order to speak It.

When you speak a negative word, you counteract your positive, faith-filled confession.

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