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Last week we were talking of inner healing as a key to moving on in life and excelling to higher dimensions.

I have another nugget for you today what you talk about, be it at home, at work, at school, travelling or alone, matters.

It determines what you attract in your life. Words are powerful, words are containers, they carry something and it’s up to you to use them right.

Your next level in your marriage, relationships, spiritual life, business, health, and family hinge on the words you say today.

This is how critical this truth is about our lives.

Life and death are in the power of the tongue!

I challenge you to read on and discover how you can chart your course into the next dimension through your mouth!

“And as they thus spake, Jesus himself stood in the midst of them and saith unto them, Peace be unto you. But they were terrified and affrighted, and supposed that they had seen a spirit. And he said unto them, Why are ye troubled? And why do thoughts arise in your hearts?

“Behold my hands and my feet, that it is I myself: handle me and see for a spirit hath not flesh, and bones, as ye see me have. And when he had thus spoken, he shewed them his hands and his feet. And while they yet believed not for joy, and wondered he said unto them, Have ye here any meat? And they gave him a piece of a broiled fish and of an honeycomb, and he took it, and did eat before them,” Luke 24:36-44.

This is a powerful story from the Book of Luke after the resurrection of Christ.

The enemy thought he had him pinned, crucified, killed, buried and done with once and for all!

But on the third day, O hallelujah, the impossible happened. Jesus rose from the dead.

Friend, if Christ who was dead could rise from the dead, surely your impossible situation can also rise up!

Ah come on, don’t feel sorry for yourself, thinking O, poor me what shall come out of my life?

Shake yourself and say to yourself if Christ rose from the dead, I can make it in my life. Because he lives, I can face tomorrow, O I like it, I like it.

Here is one powerful thing on Christ’s resurrection, not all saw him first.

Among those that saw him first is Mary Magdalene, a great woman of faith who refused to go back home with the other disciples but kept wresting, where is my Jesus?

He appeared to her, O glory!

Then we come to two men from Emmaus, they were on their way and talking about Jesus and the resurrection stories that were circulating in Jerusalem.

He hid his identity to them, appeared and walked with them.

They continued and talked to him as though he was a stranger who knew nothing about what was going on.

Here is the distinguishing factor, the two men were not just talking. No! they were talking about Jesus and about resurrection. And he appeared.

You see, be careful what you talk about wherever you are. But haaa it will be just talking bishop? Hama, kutaura kunodeedza zvinhu! (friend, talking attracts things). Don’t talk to your children and in your house about ghosts, witches, and watch snakes on TV and frightening things. You end up dreaming those things and having serious nightmares.

What would have happened? Whilst you talked about those things you were attracting them.

Why not talk about Elijah, Elisha, Esther, Jesus, angels, and all the wonderful things in God’s Word, and the testimonies of his goodness?

Even if it’s at work or with friends, be careful what you discuss. Don’t talk failure. Don’t talk about giving up and surrendering. No, no, no.

When things get tough, the tough get going. We walk by faith and not by sight, 2 Corinthians 5:7. Don’t say to yourself, I don’t even know what tomorrow holds.

You are a child of God, you make your tomorrow.

Tomorrow doesn’t just happen or just come. No! When you are quiet and start thinking about tomorrow, tell yourself my tomorrow will be better than my yesterday.

I am where I am on my way to where I am supposed to be, O hallelujah!

It’s not over until it’s over. Situations may have crucified you like they did to our Lord, but O you resurrected with Christ! It’s not over yet.

Listen, your day to rise up to climb up the ladder is now.

Don’t think there are other people who are going to come and do great things.

No. You are the people. Don’t allow anyone who comes after you to just overtake you like you don’t exist.

Inhangemutange! (It’s a race!) I challenge you if you are still where you were in 2014, shake yourself and say to yourself enough is enough.

This is year of supernatural favour.

The favour must fall on your hands, on your business, on your finances, on your house.

They said are you the only one who doesn’t know what is going on in Jerusalem?

Knowledge is power my friend but be careful what you know.

What you know can kill you than what you don’t know.

Refuse to know failure, fear, poverty, shame, misery and suffering!

Don’t know too much about all the negative things and yet know nothing about the resurrected Christ.

Friends hear me today, be careful how you handle visitors. Treat people well, because you may be hosting a delegation of angels unawares or the Lord Jesus himself (Hebrews 12:1).

Don’t say ah, visitors, where do they sleep? My children used to sleep much in kitchen dining and even office after their bedrooms would be used to accommodate visitors. It releases God’s blessing, O hallelujah!

Source : The Herald

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