“For through him God created everything in heaven and on earth, the seen and the unseen things, including spiritual powers, lords, rulers, and authorities. God created the whole universe through him and for him…” Colossians 1:16 (GNT‬‬)

Beloved, what if I told you that you can create whatever you desire, would you believe it? Well, you should because this is true. Whatever it is that you desire can be created and the reason is that God’s creative ability is in you. To add to that, the word of God has also been given to us as a raw material to create anything that we desire.

In our opening text, the Bible says “…through him God created everything in heaven and on earth, the seen and the unseen things, including spiritual powers, lords, rulers, and authorities. God created the whole universe through him and for him…” Colossians 1:16 (GNT‬‬). Did you see that? Jesus was the Word made flesh, and today we have the Word of God at our disposal to create anything that we can imagine or desire, the question is, have you been taking advantage of this truth? Well, you should because this is one privilege we have received in Christ Jesus

Therefore, I encourage you today to make a conscious decision to start using the word to create. If God used the word to create both the visible and the invisible things that exist in the world today, then, you should be able to do the same. All that is required of you is to believe this truth, desire a thing, search the scriptures in relation to what you desire and begin to use the word to create. At first, when you start speaking, it may not make sense, but trust me, those words will become what you desire and dwell with you. Praise God!

TODAY’S RHEMA

Whatever you desire can be created, all you need to do is use the word and call it into existence!

CONFESSION FOR THE DAY

Eternal King of glory, I thank you for this wonderful truth, I am fired up today and I choose to start creating with the word, now and all the days of my life in the name of Jesus. Amen!

Categories: March 2024

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