MIDWEEK MOTIVATION with Dr Ada Ezeka
“Hear ye now what the Lord saith;
Arise, contend thou before the mountains,
and let the hills hear thy voice.”
Wow! Mountains have ears! And their only doom is your voice…Isn’t that so wonderful?
Mountains are removed by your words…not your prayers…”And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.”
Read also:Mark 11:23; Matthew 17:20.
Every appearance, or manifestation of evil can be handled by your words.
Every demonic presence or manifestation can be handled by your speaking…
~Jesus said to the storm, “Peace be still!”
~He said to the demon of epilepsy in that boy, “Come out of him!”
~He said to the woman that had been bound by the spirit of arthritis for 18 years, “Woman, thou art loosed from thine infirmity!” And that was it.
You are to say something to that mountain (challenge, problem, affliction, situation, issue)…not pray to God about it…or talk about it to anyone that would listen…not murmur or complain about it. No!
Yes, mountains have ears! And until you speak, they remain mountains before you…But once they hear your command (not your whining), they become planes…faster than it took them to become mountains. Yes!
God’s prescription for dealing with any and every mountain is nothing else but, “Whosoever shall say to this mountain…”
And what you’re saying to the mountain must be from a heart that believes that your words have the power to move it…and that there’s no way you won’t have what you have said.
That tells us that the mountain can recognize a voice of authority…because that’s the only thing it bows to.
So your words must be sure…you’re not guessing: “Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea!”
And you go your way, knowing that by the time you return, it has happened as you commanded…”Master, behold, the fig tree which thou cursedst is withered away!”, Peter marveled.
Why not? When faith speaks, everyone can see the result. Yes!
From now on, no challenge, no problem, no issue or situation will be able to mock you again..in Jesus name!
Now, begin to say something to that mountain…