Take with you words, and turn to the 
Lord: say unto him, Take away all 
iniquity, and receive us graciously: so will 
we render the calves of our lips 
(Hosea 14:2).
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Being born again, we’re engaged in a spiritual 
warfare: a fight of faith. Actually, it’s called “the 
good fight of faith” (1 Timothy 6:12). It’s a good fight 
because we always win. If a Christian loses in the good 
fight of faith, then he or she isn’t using the right arsenal; 
and part of that arsenal is prophecy. 
In 1 Timothy 1:18, the Apostle Paul, by the Spirit, 
gave an important charge to Timothy, and by extension 
the rest of us, saying,  “This charge I commit unto thee, 
son Timothy, according to the prophecies which went 
before on thee, that thou by them mightest war a good 
We  make  war  with  prophecies.  Don’t  let  the 
Word of the Lord that has gone forth concerning your 
finances,  health,  family,  business  or  career  fall  to  the 
ground. Use them in your fight of faith. Make war with 
them. No matter what comes against you; no matter the 
challenges or crises you face, declare the Word. 
It’s time to make war with those prophecies you 
wrote somewhere in your note or diary. God gave you
those words for you to affirm the same in consent. If 
you don’t say it, it won’t work. “He said; so that we may 
boldly say...” (Hebrews 13:5-6). 
For example, Isaiah 43:2 says, “When thou passest 
through the waters, I will be with thee; and through 
the  rivers,  they  shall  not  overflow  thee:  when  thou 
walkest  through  the  fire,  thou  shalt  not  be  burned; 
neither shall the flame kindle upon thee.”  Don’t just 
read that and be quiet; respond. Declare, “I’m forever 
protected and fortified against all evil and wickedness in 
this world. I dwell in the safety and peaceful habitation 
of  the  Almighty;  a  place  of  glory,  dominion  and 
everlasting joy, where I reign and rule with Christ over 
In the face of trouble or adversity, make war with 
words. Affirm your victory. Hallelujah!
Dear heavenly Father, I thank you for the Holy Spirit 
at work in me, and the ability He’s granted me to 
speak  forth  words  of  power.  Even  now,  I  declare 
that I’m functioning in supernatural supply, strength, 
ability, wisdom and knowledge; I know things by the 
Holy  Ghost,  and  I’m  walking  in,  and  fulfilling  my 
destiny in Christ, in Jesus’ Name. Amen. 
Ecclesiastes 8:4; 1 Timothy 4:14-15; Hebrews 13:5-6

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