The Language of Healing
The Bible teaches us that there is the power of life and death in our tongues, see Proverbs 18:21. In other words, we are living today what we have spoken yesterday.
If you say on a consistent basis that you are sick and tired. Guess what? You will be sick and tired.
If you tell your child that he or she will never amount to anything. Guess what? You destroy their self esteem, and steal their confidence, and they won’t amount to anything. Because children want to please their parents and you set a very low goal before your child to meet.
If you say over and over again about yourself that you are just a poor man or a woman. Guess what? You curse yourself with your own words, and eventually your heart will believe what you say, and you will act upon those negative and faithless words. And you will never seem to have enough to make ends meet.
And it is the same with healing too. If you consistently speak pain, sickness and death, you strengthen the very thing that you desire to be free from, because you curse your own body with the power of your spoken words.
But the language of healing is very bold and radical in nature. It does not allow for one word of unbelief to be taken in or spoken. It will not tolerate doubt. It will not dwell on or consider the word impossible!
This vocabulary is birthed from time spent with the Holy Spirit and His Word. The more it is spoken on a consistent basis, the more it produces. And it will eventually lead us to the time frame of the instant, where miracles transform.
Here are some basic examples of the healing language. Take these examples and fashion them to your healing needs.
I am healed in the name of Jesus.
I am cancer free in Jesus’ name.
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.
I can walk in Jesus’ name.
I will live in Jesus’ name.
I will fulfill my destiny in Jesus’ name.
I will not die prematurely in Jesus’ name.
In the name of Jesus I will not be bound to this wheelchair.
I rebuke the spirit of death over my body in the name of Jesus.
I rebuke this pain and swelling in the my body in the name of Jesus.
I command my knee to be recreated in the mighty name of Jesus.
If we will activate the supernatural power of faith-filled words, eventually our hearts will believe what we say and as a result, our healing will manifest.