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For with the heart man believeth unto 
righteousness; and with the mouth 
confession is made unto salvation 
(Romans 10:10).
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It’s  not  enough  to  know  God’s  Word  as  it’s 
contained in the written pages of the Bible; you 
have to release power through speaking! That’s how 
it works! With the Word on your lips, you’ll live over 
and above all limitations and circumstances. 
Voicing  your  faith  is  a  fundamental  spiritual 
principle,  without  which  even  the  gift  and  blessing 
of  salvation  can’t  be  received  or  activated.  Notice 
the  opening  verse  again:  “For  with  the  heart  man 
believeth  unto  righteousness;  and  with  the  mouth 
confession is made unto salvation” (Romans 10:10). 
The salvation package is delivered upon satisfying 
these  two  conditions:  Believing  and  confessing  the 
Lordship  of  Jesus.  To  believe  isn’t  enough;  there 
must be the corresponding verbal communication or 
affirmation of your faith. 
When you speak the Word, what you’re doing is 
releasing the power of God into action on your behalf. 
For  example,  God  instructed  Joshua, “This  book  of 
the law shall not depart out of thy mouth; but thou 
shalt meditate therein day and night, that thou mayest 
observe to do according to all that is written therein: 
for  then  thou  shalt  make  thy  way  prosperous,  and 
then thou shalt have good success” (Joshua 1:8). 
The Hebrew rendering of the word “meditate” is 
“hagah,” which means to ponder, imagine, murmur, 
mutter,  speak,  study,  talk,  utter,  or  roar.  It’s  not  just 
talking  about  you  thinking  the  Word  only,  it  means 
you ought to voice out the Word. 
Notice that the instruction to Joshua doesn’t make 
any mention of us speaking to anyone. So, it makes no 
difference whether or not anyone is listening to you, 
you just keep talking the Word. When matters arise, 
use the Word. Speak the Word and change things. The 
Word of God in your mouth is God talking.
Dear Father, thank you for faith is stirred in my spirit 
to  change  my  world  and  transform  circumstances 
for your glory. I believe in the unsearchable riches 
of  Christ  and  all  He’s  done  for  me,  and  therefore 
affirm that I walk in righteousness, victory, health, 
peace, progress and prosperity all my days, in Jesus’ 
Name. Amen. 
Mark 11:23; Proverbs 15:23; Romans 10:6-9

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