Praying God\u2019s Word back to Him is the most effective prosperity prayer there
is! Since God is bigger than any situation you could possibly face, it doesn\u2019t
matter what kind of circumstance you\u2019re in, what resources you may lack, or
what your inadequacies are, God\u2019s Word can give you victory!
If you can conceive His Word in your heart, form it by your tongue, and speak
it out of your mouth in faith, it will become a spiritual force releasing the
ability of God within you. Here are three tips to remember when your praying
a prosperity prayer and praying God\u2019s Word\u2026
The idea of praying God\u2019s Word back to Him means we agree with Him. It\u2019s a
true prosperity prayer when we come into harmony with the power of His
Word and render it effective to accomplish what it is meant to do.
Remember, the Word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword when we speak it in faith (Hebrews 4:12). Praying God\u2019s Word in faith has powerful impact and the ability to move mountains!
When praying God\u2019s Word back to Him talk as if what you desire is already in
your possession. As imitators of Christ (1 Corinthians 11:1), we need to do
what God does and \u201ccall those things that are not, as though they were\u201d
A true prosperity prayer simply involves choosing the proper words when you pray. Joel 3:10 says, \u201cLet the weak say I am strong. Let the oppressed say I am free. Let the sick say I am healed. Let the poor say I am rich.\u201d
Some people don\u2019t completely accept the fact that when you truly believe in
something, having faith that it will happen, it really WILL happen. The Bible is
clear; what you believe is what you get. Jesus said, \u201cWhatsoever things you
desire, when you pray, believe you receive them and you shall have them\u201d
It does no good to pray without expecting God to answer, for expectation is
the key to receiving from God. The Bible says, \u201cWithout faith, it is impossible
to please God, for he who comes to Him must believe that He is God, and that
He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him\u201d (Hebrews 11:6).
This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?