Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.
Every child of God has the potential to be very powerful, provided we learn how to connect the dots. One key mission of ministers of the Gospel is to equip the saints by showing them how these dots connect. For instance, Jesus teaches that in every true believer’s heart is stored a massive spiritual reservoir (John 7:38). Now, what releases that dynamic power in and through our lives? It’s our tongue. We all have the capacity to either lock or unlock our God-given blessing. We all will eat the fruits (results) of our regular speech, whether good or negative. It’s an inevitable spiritual law. In the context of the anointing, if we want to enjoy the manifestation of God’s power in our lives more, we must watch how we employ our tongues. What we believe and desire in our hearts on one hand, must match what we frequently confess with our lips on the other. I’d rather emulate Jesus, who did not begin His ministry before He declared the presence of the Spirit’s anointing upon Him (Luke 4:18). Will you too?