When we accept Jesus into our hearts and become born again, we become the righteousness of God—by faith. As the righteousness of God, we must become imitators of God. With His Word, He created the earth and all that we see in our physical world today. We must speak what we want to create in our lives, according to the promises He has given us in His Word.

  1. Faith has to be in two places before it can produce—in the mouth and heart.

    1. As Believers, we have the authority to bring things from the unseen spiritual realm to the physical realm.

      1. The power of God’s Word, which is conceived in the human spirit, will produce a spiritual force called faith.

      2. A force is like dynamite; it will rearrange and change things.

      3. To receive the Word, we must take ownership of it and apply it to our lives.

      4. If we take ownership of the Word and meditate on it, it will begin to grow within us.

      5. After the Word is conceived in the heart (or the spirit), it becomes a force that changes things in our lives.

  2. When we become born again Christians, we are Abraham’s seed and heirs according to the promise (Galatians 3:29).

    1. God promised Abraham that he and his seed would be heirs of the world (Romans 4:13).

    2. As Believers, we are the righteousness, meaning we are in right standing with Him.

      1. We connect to our inheritance, as Abraham’s seed, through righteousness, which is of faith.

      2. Righteousness has to have a voice, meaning it must speak. Therefore, part of getting our inheritance involves speaking it into existence.

      3. The Word is near us; we speak it first, then it is deposited into our spirits (Romans 10:6-8).

      4. The righteousness of faith speaks and understands the power of God’s Word.

    3. Jesus is sitting at the right hand of God. He will not return until His enemies are made His foot stool (Hebrews 10:12-13).

1. He sent His Word to heal and deliver us. His Word can do what He can do because Jesus and the Word are one (Psalm 107:20).

    1. Jesus came to the earth as the Word in flesh (John 1:1-3, 14).

0. The Son of God (the Word) was manifested so that He might destroy the works of the devil (1 John 3:8).

1. The Word destroys the works of the devil, which includes sickness, poverty, and bondage.

2. As Believers, we must use the Word of God to destroy the works of the devil in our lives.

  1. “Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father” (John 14:12).

    1. Jesus has authorized us to use His name (or authority).

. In Greek, the word “name” is translated authority.

a. Jesus wants us to execute the authority He has given us, which is His Word.

b. God used the Word to create the earth. As sons and daughters of God, we are to use the Word to create what we want to see in our lives.

Scripture References:

  • Galatians 3:29

  • Romans 4:13

  • Romans 10:6-8

  • Hebrews 10:12-13

  • Psalm 107:20

  • John 1:1-3, 14

  • 1 John 3:8

  • John 14:12

Pastor Robert Bagonza

Senior Pastor Redeemed Church.