“Say What You Believe—Not What You Fear By Dr Bill Winston, “Law of Confession

“Say What You Believe—Not What You Fear By Dr bill Winston, “Law of Confession

Once you are in the kingdom of God, one of the first things you must learn is the law of confession: the creative power and eternal value of your words. As a believer, you are going to have to value your words in a new way.
We know the law of confession is true for the saved and the unsaved alike because confession is a law. When an unbeliever says something they believe, it comes to pass. When they say something they do” “not believe, it doesn’t come to pass. Unbelievers have no idea that when they believe the doctor’s report and start confessing it with their mouth, that disease is going to play out exactly the way the doctor and they have confessed. It can be a whole different story with believers.
As believers who understand “by His stripes we were healed” (1 Peter 2:4), we can overcome that negative doctor’s report with God’s Word on healing. Just like the law of lift supersedes the law of gravity, confessing what God says about our health supersedes what the doctor has said about it. His Word is Spirit and life and His spiritual words spoken in faith govern our natural lives. Sometimes we have the tendency to blame” “someone else for what’s going on in our lives. We say somebody else is our problem. Many of us have been trained to think that way, but it just isn’t true. When we analyze it carefully, in most cases we find the main cause of our problem is less than two inches below our noses! We are just saying what we believe, and what we believe is not what we or God really want for us. We are saying something we should not say.”

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8 comments on ““Say What You Believe—Not What You Fear By Dr Bill Winston, “Law of Confession

  1. 3000 members of The Living Word Ministries are awaiting Bills confession as to why and how Covenant Bank failed recently. As investors and members of the congregation all have lost their money. Bill had assured them they would be safe by joining in on a Bank that would help the community. Which is a sound value proposition. The problem was the Board of Directors and management never had any experience in running a financial institution. Add in the current economic times, a downturn in the housing market and insufficient capital and you have with all the egos involved the recipe for failure. Ask Bill.

  2. Do you believe that this is 100% true? In other words, if the doctor tells a Christian that they are dying of cancer, can they ALWAYS claim healing and receive it? If so, doesn’t that then mean that when a believer dies of cancer (or other disease) it’s always a sign of their failure to believe or having inadequate faith? (Serious question to understand your views on this, not trying to be rude.)

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