Speak Out Loud

“You will also decree a thing, and it will be established for you; And light will shine on your ways”, Job 22:28

My words this morning was “Speak out Loud”. I have always known that there always was a God.  My parents were a part of a generation that also knew that there is a God.  

I remember seeing my dad on his knees in the lands praying for rain.  I never heard him pray out loud accept during grace at the dinner table.  Did we get rain, yes! But sometimes not.  I saw my dad with his head down worrying and praying silently at his desk.  So we had to rely on the Almighty as we not no irrigation system to sustain the various crops my dad grew.  My dad always had a beautiful crop.

I knew my Father in heaven loved me, loved us, just never knew how to communicate with him, other than watching my dad pray and humble himself.

We have free will and we make free choices right, but we still need revelation and teachings from the Word.  God provides prophets with revelation and knowledge to teach His sheep.

So did I have it wrong or was it a season.

How do we get breakthroughs? Do we pray out loud was my question this morning.

I had a burning need to ask these questions and to write it out.  What does the Bible say!.  Decree a thing and it will be established – “You will also decree a thing, and it will be established for you; And light will shine on your ways”, Job 22:28

“Speak to the mountain and it shall fall into the Sea.  Truly I say to you, whoever says to this mountain, Be taken up and thrown into the sea, and does not doubt in the heart, but believe that what he says will come to pass, it will be done for him.” Mark 11:22-23

“Open my lips, Lord and my mouth will declare your praise’.  Psalm 51:15

“Lord Jehovah, I have called you; answer me, give ear and accept my words.” Psalm 141:1

Then I see a Sid Roth show and Dr Clarice Fluitt talks about Re-Script Your Future and there I get confirmation that we have to proclaim.  There is a secret and power of scriptural proclamations. Hallelujah!

“Attitude of Gratitute”