For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith. – Mark 11:23
Mark 11:23 is for every believer, not just a few. You have creative authority over wealth, but you must guard against a spirit of competitiveness.
Every time you allow yourself to get over into a competitive spirit, you stop your creative spirit. You have a creative anointing in you and on your life. Meaning, whatever does not exist in your life, you can create it. If you submit to and align yourself with God’s Word in your thoughts, beliefs, and your words, what you say must come to pass!
You’re going to have to learn God’s ways before you ever experience His acts. Christians who are always looking around at what others are receiving and become upset at someone else’s blessings don’t really understand God’s ways yet. If they were acquainted with Him as they should be, they would know that God is a God of plenty — of more than enough — and that when He makes a promise, He is big enough to fulfill that promise to all who will lay claim to it, trusting and obeying Him.
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Today Apostle, I step inside of Mark 11:23. I Receive that I have a creative spirit. Therefore, whatever, does not exist in my life I can call it into full existence. Therefore, I will call my words to align with the Word of God in my thoights, beliefs and my words…cause whatever I say to come to pass. I yield and partner with the Holy Spirit to learn God’s Ways so that I can experience His Acts.
Amen Apostle Thompson! I receive that Mark 11:23 is for every believer, not just a few. I receive that I have creative authority over wealth, but I must guard against a spirit of competitiveness. I receive that as I submit to and align myself with God’s Word in my thoughts, beliefs, and my words, what I say must come to pass! I receive that I am going to have to learn God’s ways before I ever experience His acts. I know that God is a God of plenty — of more than enough — and that when He makes a promise, He is big enough to fulfill that promise to all who will lay claim to it, trusting and obeying Him. I receive it in Jesus name! Many Blessings Apostle Thompson. Amen