Summary: Although angels carry out God's covenant in the Earth, they cannot perform what you don't decree. Angels hear and do the spoken Word of God; however,

if you don't speak the Word, they have nothing to accomplish.

  1. When you speak faith-filled words, you ignite angelic attention.
    1. An angel came to Daniel, saying "thy words were heard, and I am come for thy words" (Daniel 10:12).
      1. Angels are spiritual beings created by God to enforce His covenant.
      2. An angel was sent to Daniel, but was hindered by demonic forces (Daniel 10:13, 14).
        1. Because of Jesus, Satan no longer has the liberty he had in Daniel's day.
        2. Now, you have the authority to speak God's Word and get results in your life.
    2. Whatever is going on in your life right now is a result of the words you've spoken.
      1. Whatever you want to see in your life must be spoken.
        1. Angels won't carry out a bad confession; that's Satan's job.
      2. Judge your words; stop saying what is, and begin saying what you expect to see.
      3. Release faith words over your life and those words will go to work according to God's Word.

  2. A person reaps the consequences of their words-death and life are in the power of the tongue (Proverbs 18:20, 21).
    1. Hold fast to your confession of faith in Christ (Hebrews 4:14).
      1. Your profession is what you do for a living; make a living through your confession.
      2. When you speak the Word of God, you have angels waiting to perform what you say.
      3. Just as a thermostat sets the temperature of a room, your words set the atmosphere for your life.
    2. You're justified or condemned by your words (Matthew 12:37).
      1. Could it be that you haven't seen certain desires fulfilled because you haven't been speaking in faith?
      2. Be sure there's no sin in your life.
        1. Sin hinders your confessions.
    3. Release your angels by speaking faith-filled words and watch your destiny unfold.
      1. Say with joy and confess these words continually, "Let the Lord be magnified, who takes pleasure in the prosperity of His servant" (Psalm

Scripture References:

  • Daniel 10:12-14
  • Proverbs 18:20, 21
  • Hebrews 4:14
  • Matthew 12:37
  • Psalm 35:27