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Confessing God's word

I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy tears: behold, I will heal thee: 2 kings 20 : 5

In bible we come across many events where God listened to prayers of saints. Not only He listened, but also answered. Abraham & Sarah were blessed with a baby boy in their older age. Jacob told the Lord that he would not leave the Lord until He bless him and he was blessed. David was saved from the king Saul and from his own son and others, when he prayed. Hannah was blessed with a boy, when she cried to the Lord. The Israel people were brought to their land when they prayed during their tough times. Hezekiah's life was extended by fifteen years when he prayed. Lazarus was brought back by our Lord Jesus, when his sisters prayed. Lepers were healed. Blind men got vision. Crippled man was healed. The water was turned to wine. 5 loaves of bread and 2 fishes were turned to a plenty amount, which fed more than 5000 men, because of prayer.

Are you so depressed today? Never mind. Think... Is the Lord who made all those miracles, not able to do a miracle for you today? No, the Lord is same yesterday, today and forever. He never changes and so His power too.

Remember we have a Lord who is the king of impossibilities, a doctor who can make all the impossibilities possible. There is always hope in Him. So don't look onto the situations which make you exhausted. Just believe Him and say faithfully, "If God is for me, who can be against me? I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. I may not be able to do anything, but My savior is able to do anything. Is there anything too hard for Him? If God is with me nothing can shake me. What mortal man can do to me, when I'm the apple of His eyes." I got a chance to read a book 'The secret power of speaking God's word' by Joyce Meyer, which speaks about the power of God's word when we confess them . Having The Holy Bible in various versions and translations, different colors and in different sizes is not at all a matter. To confess it out, we've to store it as a treasure in our hearts. Start storing and be blessed.


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