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Day 31: Open Your Mouth Wide: Bless Yourself A Little


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Ps.81:10 (KJV) I am the LORD thy God, which brought thee out of the land of Egypt: open thy mouth wide, and I will fill it.

Today’s message is for someone out there who thinks he is in bondage…
Someone who wishes and even makes an effort to advance and make progress in life, but feels an invisible force resisting him… Someone who is definitely saved but does not feel free…
Someone who thinks he knows the truth, but is still awaiting the day of His deliverance.

Darkness can never overcome light! Likewise, no curse or any other force of hell set to hinder us can stand against the power of the word of God.

If you’re there today, it’s time to break yourself loose by taking the word of God off the pages of the Bible and setting the power of God in motion!

Today, let’s talk about putting the word on your lips and declaring it boldly over your life and situation. You may also call it declaring God’s blessings on yourself!

More often than not, people talk about the power of a curse and neglect the potency of a blessing- especially blessings out of God’s own mouth!

In the beginning was the Word…and the Word was God. Jh.1.1 (KJV)

The word of God is God. Anytime we speak the word of God over a situation, we actually release God in all His fullness and His power goes into operation!

Take the rod of Moses as an analogy. When he held on to the rod, it remained a rod in his… Read more

About Funmi Adebayo

Funmi is an adept at Content Creation, Writing, and Content Marketing. She creates bespoke media content and digital strategies to help enhance the online presence of businesses and professionals, thereby improve their lead generation and conversion rates. Her vision is to help businesses exceed their ROI projections online. When she's not working, she's busy listening to classical music whilst reading or writing another blog post, poem or devotional.
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