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How To: Do Battle In Prayer

God’s Word is a legal contract of promises, and there is power in it.
It tells us who we are, what we can do, and what we can have. God views His Word as being holy, and He exalts His Word over His own name (Psalm 138:2). I want to talk to you about doing battle in prayer using the Word of God. 

Work the Word, because the Word of God works!

God does not move from His place. He is always there for you. He will never falter, never fail and never be late. He will never drop you. You can always trust God.
God’s Word is a guarantee of the end result. His Word never returns void, but it accomplishes that which He sends it to do. That’s why it is so powerful to pray and speak the Word of God over yourself and those for which you are interceding. When you do this, you are invoking the law of God over your situation. When you speak the law of God over a situation, sooner or later that situation has to “match up.” 

What do Scriptures specifically promise when it comes to your situation? Which Scriptures do you know you need to pray over yourself and those God has you interceding for?
Get into the Word. Find a Scripture that specifically applies God’s perspective. Pray it over that situation. Speak it over that situation. Stand in faith on that Word. 
Ephesians 6:17 tells us to “Take the helmet of salvation and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God.” Put on the armor of God, take the sword of the Spirit – the Word of God – and use it to fight the enemy! Active God’s legal discourse for your situation! Declare it over yourself and your loved ones!

When you begin to pray and speak Gods Word over a person or situation, you activate and release God’s power. You break the power of previous unclean spirits operating in that realm and displace the “strong man” assigned to that person or situation. Declaring the Word of God over a person or situation is warfare at its best! The kingdom of God is within you and it is released when you open your mouth!

""Is not my word like fire," declares the LORD, "and like a hammer that breaks a rock in pieces?"
(Jeremiah 23:29)

The Word of God is alive and sharper than any sword! (Heb 4:12) 

It will accomplish what it is sent to do. His Word cuts through chaos and establishes order. If you have faith the size of a mustard seed, you can tell the mountain to be cast into the sea and it will happen. When you pray and speak God’s Word over your situation, you are telling that mountain to move!

Faith comes by hearing, and hearing comes by the Word of God
Some of the things we face in life require supernatural faith to overcome. If you want to overcome, you’ve got to pray and speak God’s Word over that situation. Work the Word!

Find a Scripture to stand on and pray the Word of God over yourself and that situation! Get out your sword! When you see your words come to pass by God’s intervention, you experience victory! This is how you must grow as a follower of Jesus Christ. 

This is what Romans 5:3-4 means:
“…we glory in tribulations also, knowing that tribulation worketh patience; and patience, experience; and experience, hope..”

The mountain is for you! God already knows what you can do in Him! God tells you to speak to the mountain so YOU can see what you can do in Him. When we view our problems from Gods perspective, we realize that our problems are really our opportunities, and our enemies are really our teachers.

The Bible is a legal, binding contract between us and God. 
Whatever mountain you face today, you will overcome by praying and speaking the Word of God, releasing power to set up that which you spoke as God’s ambassador. God’s Word is a guarantee of the end result. Refuse to give up praying for that person until you see God’s intervention. Refuse to give up until you triumph in victory in the name of Jesus! Praying, speaking and standing on God’s Word releases the power of God and orders things into proper alignment. If you don’t give up, you will see it come to pass!

God’s Word is a legal contract of promises that are full of power. The Word tells us who we are, where we come from, what we can do, and what we can have. God’s Word as being holy, which is why it is so powerful. God exalts His Word over His own name (Psalm 138:2). Declare war on your trials in prayer using the Word of God – order your situation to come into line with His promises, and stand fast – His word will come to pass!



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