We Shall Be Strong in God (Morning)

TODAY’S RHEMA

Isaiah 40:31 But those who wait on the LORD Shall renew their strength; They shall mount up with wings like eagles, They shall run and not be weary, They shall walk and not faint.

Psychosomatics is a psychological term dealing with physical disorders that are caused or notably influenced by emotional factors. Many researchers mentioned this particular disorder and psychologists around the world acknowledge it. Because of its severity, many interdisciplinary studies get their hands on it, psychiatry, psychology, surgery, pediatrics, allergy, and behavioral sciences are to name a few.

Our minds possess incredible power. There’s a saying that everything is created twice: first in the mind and then in real life. If you think you are ill, then illness would come to you. If you think you are hopeless, then nothing in this world can help you. Our point is, be careful with your mouth and especially your mind. Even if you’re in dire condition, He wants us to say the opposite. He wants us to be strong, keep saying it until it becomes reality.

Right now, if you’re starting your services, don’t give up. Never surrender or abandon your duty. The first step is always the hardest. Think about your progress and your eventual goal: to be fruitful and glorify His name. If it is your family that has troubles, say your blessing to your family, think about how He will restore your family to its peak.

REFLECTION

God wants us to be STRONGER than before

APPLICATIONS

1. Have you been declared prophetic word for your own life?
2. Why does God want us to say encouraging words?
3. In your opinion, how to become stronger in God?

TODAY’S PRAYER

“Good Father, we want to keep our hearts and minds clear from corruption, not to say ill things instead we want to say the opposite, blessing. We understand the power of words and may it helps us to grow bigger and stronger in You. In the name of Jesus Christ, we pray. Amen.”

YEARLY BIBLE READING

Ezekiel 30-32
1 Peter 4