The Word shatters bad circumstances
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The Word shatters bad circumstances

Delight yourself in the Word of God and you will experience that the Word will work like a hammer that breaks your circumstances into pieces!

“Is not my Word like a fire?, says the Lord, and like a hammer that breaks the rock in pieces?” says Jeremiah 23:29.

All of God’s action is in His Word. If you want to see God in action, preach the Word.

His Word is alive and active. The Word wages war against contradiction in your life. When I embrace the Word of truth, the action of the Word begins to wage war. Like a doctor’s medicine, when it is taken into the system it immediately begins to resist that foreign thing in your body. And God’s Word is alive and active and sharper than any two-edged sword, it pierces firstly into the division of soul and spirit.

Because the soul realm is dominated by the senses, I see all kinds of contradictions, things that are not in line with the Word, and my soul begins to dominate me. But when I embrace the Word of truth, the action in the Word begins to deliver me from the soul realm. It delivers me from being ruled by my senses into that release that the Word secures. It divides between marrow and joint, and my whole world comes under the influence of the mighty Word of God that discerns the very thoughts of my mind.

“For the Word of God is living (alive) and powerful (active), and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart,” says Hebrews 4:12

The Word there speaks of a separation, It separates my thoughts from being influenced by the contradiction. The Word of God brings an accurate imprint of what God says concerning you in Christ Jesus.

Jeremiah 1:12 says: “God watches over His Word to perform it.”

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