You Can Depend on God’s Word
The grass withereth, the flower fadeth: but the word of our God shall stand for ever. — ISAIAH 40:8
Are you ready to act on the Word? What does it mean to “act on the Word”? It means to act like the Word of God is so, because it is.
Did you ever borrow money from a bank? Did you ever act on what the banker said? Well, I have.
I remember one time I wanted to buy an air conditioner for a travel trailer I had. I was holding a meeting in a certain place, and a man came up to me and said, “I’ll sell you one.” I had already priced them, and I knew I would be saving almost two hundred dollars if I purchased it from this man. Besides that, he said that he would install it. I was only at the meeting a few days, and I didn’t have that much money on me. And I didn’t have that much money in my bank account. So I made a long distance call to Mr. Mitchell, my banker.
I said, “Mr. Mitchell, I’m buying an air conditioner for my trailer, and I have to give this man a check. When I get home on Monday, I’ll come to the bank and sign a note. I don’t want to write the check without the money in my account.”
He said, “That’s all right, Brother Hagin. You just go ahead and write the check. We’ll put the money into your account.”
Well, I took his word for it. I knew him. And when I got home on Monday, I went to the bank and signed the note. Sure enough, the money was there just as Mr. Mitchell promised.
Confession: I depend on God’s Word. If God said it, it’s true. If He said it’s mine, I believe it’s mine. According to the Word of God, healing is mine.
Source: Health Food Devotions by Kenneth E. Hagin. Excerpt permission granted by Faith Library Publications. Copyright © 2002, 2007 Rhema Bible Church aka Kenneth Hagin Ministries, Inc. All rights reserved.
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