“In the beginning was the word, and the word was with God, and the word was God himself. He was present originally with God. All things were made and came into existence through Him; and without Him was not even one thing made that has come into being.” – John 1:1-3.

The word is one of the most powerful gift we have as humans. Through the word you express your creative power, and manifest everything, it doesn’t matter what language you speak, what you dream, or what you feel. What you are today is a manifestation of the word. The word is a magic tool, but like a two edged sword, you can create the most beautiful of existence with the word or you can destroy everything and everyone around you with the word. When you misuse the word it creates a living hell, on the other hand, if you use it well it creates love, beauty, and positivity on earth.
God created this world and everything in it with just words “Let there be…And there was” and we also have been given the powers and ability to create our existence, but the power of the word is often completely misused. We use the word to curse, to blame, to find guilt, to destroy. Author Paulo Coelho rightly captured it in his blog when he said “Of all the powerful weapons of destruction that man has invented, the most terrible-and the most cowardly-is the word. Knives and fire arms leave traces of blood; bombs shake whole buildings and streets; poisons can always be detected, but a destructive word can provoke Evil without leaving behind it a single clue.”
Take a look at our world today and you will find adults who as children were told by parents or older siblings or teachers in school that they weren’t good enough, weren’t smart, or that they were a mistake. These words formed beliefs in them. Now they go about behaving in those ways, having low self esteem, being shy and feeling so inferior among their peers, because of the spell unknowingly cast upon them as kids. We also find beautiful people who now feel ugly because the people they loved told them they weren’t pretty and they believed it. Of course we also use the word in the right way but not too often. Mostly we use the word to spread poison, to express anger, jealousy and hate. Hate between families, between religions and cultures, is perpetuated through the misuse of the word. We live in poverty, fear, and doubt, pull each other down because of the misuse of the word.
You can’t control your thoughts very easily, thoughts are like a runaway free train, but you have a hundred percent control of what you say. By consciously pausing and choosing what you say, by using words to diminish negative emotions and using words to increase positive emotions, you put yourself at an advantage in life. You must use powerful positive words to change your situation. Always reframe any and every situation and put it in the proper frame by your word. Your word will change your thinking, which will change your feelings, your feelings will change your actions and your actions will completely change your results.
The simplest thing you start with is the words you speak. How are you speaking about your current situations? What words do you use in telling the stories of your past situations? We have practiced telling stories wrongly. You tell stories the wrong way, and it energizes negativity in those events and it keeps you hung up. If you tell stories from your past, and describe your present situation completely differently, and using words that will diminish the negative and increase the positive, you will be amazed how your life will be transformed. The story of the creation in the bible shows how God was in a difficult situation, the earth was formless, darkness and water was everywhere, the whole world was without form, but God didn’t whine about it, he didn’t go about complaining, crying, telling everyone how the earth was messed up. Rather He spoke what he wanted to see happen. Where He wanted light He spoke light, He spoke land to appear …and for every other thing He wanted. God wants you to do the same with your life. The bible says “let the weak say I am strong…let the poor say I am rich.” What you say is what you get. Proverbs 18:21 says “death and life are in the power of the tongue, and they who indulge in it shall eat the fruit of it (for death or life).” Why don’t you begin to fill your mouth with life and not death? Begin to create the life of your dreams by speaking and confessing your desired life through your words rather than cursing and casting spells on yourself and those around you.

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