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Thus The Lord Has Already Said

14 Oct

Thus The Lord Has Already Said…

Throughout the Bible as in Ezekiel 37, it says “Thus saith the Lord” which we understand as the Lord is saying. But when you read “thus saith the Lord”, most of the time it doesn’t quite mean “thus saith the Lord” – as in the present tense.

The Hebrew word for “saith” is most often, ‘Amar.’ ‘Amar’ is not the present tense – but the past or perfect tense. That makes a big difference. It means it’s already done, finished. It means that it’s already perfectly established.

The Word of God is perfect, finished, done. Thus, when God says something, it’s as good as done. So when you take the Word and promises of God, there’s no question, no if, no maybe. Amar means it’s settled, done, sealed, finished, accomplished – it’s a done deal.

Stand on the Word, believe in it, be confident in the Word because the Word, promise, assurance of God is as good as done. Thus says the Lord, the Lord has spoken.

So is my word that goes out from my mouth: It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it. Isaiah 55:11

Today, look for a promise of God in the Word of God. Consider it as good as done.

Walk daily with God at your side!

Love always,

Ed

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