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So shall my word be that goeth forth out 
of my mouth…it shall accomplish that 
which I please, and it shall prosper in the 
thing whereto I sent it (Isaiah 55:11).
The Word of God is trustworthy; it’s living and 
active,  sharper  than  any  two-edged  sword 
(Hebrews 4:12 AMPC). God’s desire for us is to be 
built by the Word; we excel and make progress by the 
Word. 1 Peter 2:2 says, “As newborn babes, desire the 
sincere milk of the word, that ye may grow thereby.” 
He wants us to accept the Word of God like children. 
Children are trusting. 
Jesus  said,  “…Truly  I  say  to  you,  unless  you…
become  like  little  children  [trusting,  lowly,  loving, 
forgiving], you can never enter the kingdom of heaven 
[at  all]”   (Matthew  18:3  AMPC).  Exhibiting  childlike 
confidence in the Word doesn’t make you gullible or 
naïve. Rather, it means you’re smart and functioning 
in the wisdom of God. 
Many make the Word of non-effect in their own 
lives because they argue with the Word; they always 
try  to  rationalize  the  Word.  Children  don’t  try  to 
rationalize things; they simply act from their standpoint 
of innocence, trusting the one who’s leading, guiding 
or instructing them. That’s how we ought to be with 
the Word. 
Jesus said to the Pharisees, “You have made the 
Word  of  God  of  non-effect  through  your  tradition” 
(Mark 7:13). Don’t hold on to religious opinions, beliefs 
and thought-patterns that are contrary to the Word. 
Have a childlike delight and hunger for the Word to 
do what it says. 
It doesn’t matter where you’ve been or what has 
happened  to  you;  you  can  trust  the  Word  and  use 
it  to  effect  changes  in  your  family,  home,  finances, 
academics, and physical body. If sickness tries to attack 
you, stand firm on the Word. Declare, “I’m healthy and 
strong, because I have the life of God in me.” If it’s 
fear, declare, “I’m more than a conqueror; greater is 
He that’s in me, than he that’s in the world.” 
The Word is dependable. Therefore, be bold to 
speak it forth, and it’ll always prevail.
The Word of God is working and producing results in 
me! I’m like a tree by the streams; evergreen, bearing 
luscious fruits, because the Word of God is my life 
and sustenance. I live in divine health, supernatural 
abundance, and in continuous victory and prosperity, 
in Jesus’ Name. Amen.
John 21 & 1 Chronicles 26-29
1 Corinthians 16:13-24 & Ecclesiastes 7-8
Isaiah 55:10-11; Joshua 1:8; Matthew 18:3-4 AMPC

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