“Your life never goes anywhere your words don’t go first.”

-Chip Judd

Why is it important to speak the word of God over our lives?

“For we have the living Word of God, which is full of energy, and it pierces more sharply than a two-edged sword. It will even penetrate to the very core of our being where soul and spirit, bone and marrow meet. It interprets and reveals the true thoughts and secret motives of our hearts.” – Hebrews 4:12 (TPT)

When you read this verse, what does it say to you about our Almighty God? “For we have the living Word of God, which is full of energy…” Think of something that is full of energy. How would you describe it?

The Bible is a BIG BALL of ENERGY! It is ALIVE and MOVING! The word of God is more than a book of printed words. The same voice that spoke creation into existence and formed humankind through His breath, inspired these holy scriptures to life! The Bible is alive, moving, and has many dimensions. These words have power, and our minds and spirits are quickened to them.

“It pierces more sharply than a two-edged sword…”

“Two-edged sword” as used here can also mean “two-mouthed.” It is God’s mouth paired with your voice (mouth) in AGREEMENT. When it all comes together, this godly agreement is sharper than a double-edged sword. Daughter, the word of God is your sword! You are created in your Father’s image. He has a powerful voice and He created you with one as well –– in other words, it’s a trait shared between you and the God of the universe. Take a moment to receive this truth. The ability to speak is a powerful tool created for divine purpose. When our voice and His unite, truth is activated.

Your voice matters. Hold your head high with confidence and SPEAK life over your negative self talk, over the broken-heartedness, over the sick, over the depressed, and do it knowing your Father is partnering with you to spread His love to others. Daughter, that will put a smile on your face! Your voice has great purpose. It connects us to our Father, and it is also a bridge for others to experience the love and power of their Father. Partner with Him and walk in your authority by SPEAKING the word of God.

REFLECTION & JOURNAL

God gives each of us a mouth and voice to partner with Him. What does this say about His nature?

What other characteristics do you think we share with God? Why do you think we share them?

“…It will even penetrate to the very core of our being where soul and spirit, bone and marrow meet. It interprets and reveals the true thoughts and secret motives of our hearts…”

I love this! We are often taught to use the Bible to fight against the enemy and the circumstances that stand in our way. While God cares about your circumstances, He often works in you before He works around you. The Father knows that sometimes we first need to fight the battles raging within. The word of God will search, highlight, and expose areas of your life that need God’s attention. Use the word of God on yourself first, taking the authority to shift atmospheres and solve problems.

Make it a daily routine to partner with the Holy Spirit to examine your thoughts and attitudes.

So Daughter of the King, YES, let’s speak the word of God over our lives and watch what happens on the inside and around you! Come in agreement with HIM.

REFLECTION & JOURNAL

In what ways are you using your voice today?

Take a few minutes and allow God to search your heart. Are there areas of your life you need to surrender to Him? Are there things you need to let go of?

Think of a few ways you can use your voice to partner with God. I did the first one for you!

I will speak Psalm 34 over myself while putting my makeup on each morning.

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  • Miki
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    This is awesome! Great message! Encouraging words! Keep up the good work. ❤️

  • Melanie Slagle
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    I love this devotional!!!! It is so important to speak the word of God over our selves and our family. Life and death are in the power of the tongue.!!!!!! I am looking forward to more messages from you!!!!

  • Abby
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    “The word of God is your sword!” YES! Love that!

    • Veenie
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      What joy and hope comes through these words. Thank you for the reminder of the power we have through our words combined with God’s words. Wow! This was an amazingly powerful devotion.

  • Kim Bixel
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    Yes! I’ve been studying so much about this. I love when you wrote, “In what ways are you using your voice today?” So practical and powerful.

  • Anna Aiken
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    Dear Everbe,

    Thank you for using your gifts and love for the Lord to reach out to women. What a beautiful business you have that is rooted in the heart of God’s Word.

    • Salome Vukeya
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      Wonderful! Glory to Jesus

  • Tonya Willis
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    Love this! ❤️ Such a reminder of the power of our words to speak LIFE! Blessings over EverBe as you continue to encourage women to speak the truth of God’s word over us!

  • AJ
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    Wow I read this just at the right time, I’m laying in bed just stressed about these trying times we are in, literally crying about my own struggles and heart, and this reminded me where my identity is in. Because Christ was victorious so are we! Thank you.

  • Debra Anne Shipley
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    Thank you for obeying Gods call on your life so through Him you are able to bless women in a brand new way by speaking God’s Truth over our lives daily! This truly touched me!

  • Dena Rizzo
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    Hi, as I was reading your devotion the scripture from Hebrews 4:12 lept off the page . My sister is a cancer survivor and has been cancer free for about 20 years . Her bloodwork has been low in the past and she just had some new blood tests done last week . The Dr said if it doesn’t come up they might have to do a bone marrow . I have been worried to say the least so you can see why that scripture is the perfect scripture for me right now . I can’t wait to share it with my sister .. please pray for her , her name is Sheila .

  • Jennifer
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    So encouraging! Thank you for this scripture and devotional!

  • Devorne
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    Thank you so much for this these encouraging words. I don’t wear makeup but if I ever choose to, yours would definitely be what I would go for. Your journey in getting to truly know yourself is inspiring.

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