2. Declare His word.
We can’t expect to wear the victor’s crown if we’re speaking from defeat as a victim.
Expect the best! We can’t rush God, but we can trust God. God’s timing is perfect, He sees the bigger picture, and He is the hand that perfectly attaches all the puzzle pieces together.
When we speak God’s Word aloud over our problems, our shortcomings and our pain, we allow the truth to become illuminated in our lives.
The Bible says the Word of God is sharper than a two-edged sword. It is the only offensive weapon we have to defend ourselves against the schemes of the enemy, and it reinforces our confidence in Him.
When our hearts are anxiously awaiting a word from God, or a resolution, or our breakthrough, it’s vitally necessary for us to have the patience and the courage to remain still—not only physically with our bodies but mentally and emotionally in our minds and heart.
Putting aside time to read God’s Word and meditate on His promises re-centers us, and quiets our restlessness.