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    Are you aware that you have a heavenly bank account from which you can draw?  You make deposits and withdrawals from this account in much the same way as you can with an earthly bank account.

    But, did you know that God can bounce checks from your personal heavenly bank account?

    If there are areas where you haven't deposited the Word of God, then you have ZERO balance.  If there is nothing on deposit, anytime you write a check on the account, it is going to be a "hot" check! 

    Just as the bank cannot honor a check if there is no money in your account, neither can God honor your "check" if you have no Word deposited in your heavenly account.

    For example, if you need healing and try to withdraw healing from your spiritual bank account but haven't deposited healing Scriptures, then that will come back as a "hot" check.  If you haven't "deposited" the Word  for divine health and healing, such as, "By the stripes of Jesus I was healed." (1 Peter 2:24) and "He sent His Word and healed me of every destruction," (Ps. 107:20) then that check will bounce.    

    If you need money or a job or have lack of any kind, you can't expect your need to be met if you have a zero balance.  Your "request for funds" won't clear the Bank of Heaven because you haven't made any heavenly deposits.  How do you make desposits?   By declaring, "And my God shall supply all my need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus," and "We have all sufficiency in all things and abound to every good work, for our God has made all grace abound toward us."  (2 Cor. 9:8)

    When you write a check for depression, it will come flying back as "insufficient funds" because there is no record in Heaven of you ever depositing Rom. 15:13, "Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing that you may abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit," and "You will guard me and keep me in perfect and constant peace as I set my mind confidently on You."  (Isa. 26:3)

    Now, the fabulous thing is that you can begin depositing the Word immediately and start building up your savings account so that when you need healing or provision or protection or any of God's benefits, you will have a balance and that check will clear!  


    The Power of Your Confession

    Scripture Focus...

    God can do anything, you know-far more than you could ever imagine or guess or request
    in your wildest dreams! He does it not by pushing us around but by working within
    us, His Spirit deeply and gently within us.

    Glory to God in the church!
    Glory to God in the Messiah, in Jesus!
    Glory down all the generations!
    Glory through all millennia! Oh, yes!
    (Eph. 3:20-21 Message)


    The following excerpt is taken from The Power of Your Words by Don Gossett and E.
    W. Kenyon:

    Wrong Confession

    Another desperate Enemy, and a persistent one, is Wrong Confession.

    What do I mean by Wrong Confession?

    You know that Christianity is really the Great Confession. Romans 10:9: "Because
     if thou shalt believe in thy heart that God raised him from the dead, thou shalt
    be saved."

    You notice it is a confession here with your lips.

    (Whenever the word "Confession" is used we unconsciously think of sin. It is not
     confession of sin. It is a confession of our knowing that God's Son died for our
    sins according to Scripture, and that the third day He was raised again.)

    Now, with my mouth I make confession of the Lordship of that raised One. I not only
    do that, but with my heart I have accepted His righteousness and I make confession
    of my Salvation.

    You see there is no such thing as salvation without Confession.

    So Hebrews 3:1 becomes clear: "Wherefore, holy brethren, partakers of a heavenly
     calling, consider the Apostle and High Priest of our confession, even Jesus."

    You see, Christianity is our Confession.

    In Hebrews 4:14 He says, "Let us hold fast our confession."

    What is our Confession? Why, that God is our Father, we are His Children, we are
     in His Family.

    It is a Confession that our Father knows what our needs are and has made provision
    to meet every one of them.

    It is a Confession of the finished work of Christ, of what I am in Him, and what
     He is in me.

    It is a Confession that "greater is He that is in me, than he that is in the world."

    It is my Confession that my God does supply every need of mine according to His
    riches in glory.

    It is my Confession that when I pray, the Father hears my prayer and answers me.

    This is a manifold Confession.

    If I were sick, I would maintain my Confession that "by His stripes I am healed."

    If I were weak, I would insist upon this Confession that God is now "the strength
    of my life," and I can do all things in Him who is enabling me with His own ability.

    If it is a problem of wisdom, I confess that Jesus has been made unto me Wisdom
    from God.

    Here Are Some Don'ts

    Don't try to believe, just act on the Word.

    Don't have a double confession so that one moment you confess, "Yes, He heard my
     prayer I am healed," or "I will get the money," and then begin to question how
    it is going to come and what you ought to do to get it.

    Your latter confession destroys prayer and destroys faith.

    Don't trust in other people's faith - have your own.

    Do your own believing. Have your own faith as you have your own clothes. Act on
    the Word for yourself.

    Don't talk doubt or unbelief.

    Never admit that you are a "Doubting Thomas;" that is an insult to your Father.

    Don't talk about sickness and disease.

    Never talk about failure. Talk about the Word, its absolutely integrity, and of
    your utter confidence in it; of your ability to act on it; and hold fast to your
     confession of its truthfulness.



    God is showing me some powerful steps we can take to assure that your prayers are answered.  Today I will concentrate on HEALING.

    I believe that God has showed me a STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE which will guarantee RESULTS when we pray for healing. Be diligent to work these steps as I have stated them.  God has an order to things.  It is not being legalistic; it is following God's order of things, and the devil must then comply.

    STEP 1:  Praise the Lord.  Bless the Lord with all your might!  Go to Nuclear Prayers That Blast the Devil,Blessing/Bless the Lord, if you need an example of how to bless the Lord.  Bless and honor Him until you know that you know that the Holy Spirit and His Anointing are present and ready to help.  (We know that He never leaves us, but right now you need to focus on His Presence).

    STEP 2:  Go to the Father and pray in the Name of Jesus.  Be specific; ask God for these two things:

    First, ask God in Jesus' Name to remove all pain and discomfort from the person's body so that they can receive.  Say, "Father, in Jesus' Name, I ask that You remove all the pain and discomfort in _______'s body now."

    Now, ask the Father in Jesus' Name to manifest His complete healing in the person's body.  Say,"Father, in Jesus' Name, I ask you to manifest Your complete healing in _______'s body."

    Now, turn your attention to the devil.  Once I pray to the Father, then I have some things to say to the devil.  So, I pray to God, then speak directly to the devil.

    STEP 3:  Bind the Strongman.  According to Matthew 12:28-29, I bind the devil because he is the strongman referred to here.  Bind the devil in that person's body, specifically in the area of their sickness.  Talk to the devil and say, "Satan, I bind you in _______'s body in the Name of Jesus - specifically in the area of _______ [this sickness], I bind you. (Name the sickness if you know it, i.e. cancer, diabetes, fibromyalgia, etc.).   I render you powerless.  There is nothing more that you can do to this person; you are bound in Jesus' Name."

    Now, having done that, what does that enable me to do?  It enables me to enter his house and spoil his goods.  His "house" is the person's body or mind who is being messed with in the area of their health.  His "goods" is the disease that he has caused in their body.  The "housekeepers" over his house are the demons.  

    So, after I pray to God, I immeditely bind the devil.  It is impossible to enter the strongman's house and spoil his goods when he is still in control.  Even Jesus said, "How can you do that until you bind the strong man?"  Once the strongman is bound, then I am absolutely free to pillage his house and his goods any way I want. 

    After I bind the strongman, then I begin to deal with the things in his house.  The first thing I deal with are his "housekeepers," - the demons.  However, you won't get very far with the demons unless you have bound the strongman, because the demons don't have any authority, but the devil does.  The demons get what authority and power they do have from the devil.  So, deal next with the demons.

    STEP 4:  Clean the "house" by calling out or casting out the demons.  (Mark 16:17)  I believe that the Word teaches us that sickness is caused by demonic activity.  If Jesus says that I can cast out devils or demons in His Name,  then I have to deal with the sickness based on my rights in Mark 16.  I'll clean the house by commanding the demons to leave.  I say, "You foul spirit of infirmity, I command you in the Name of Jesus to come out.  Take your pain and disease, damage and discomfort, all symptoms, and go to the pit and stay to wait the judgment of Jesus."  (Luke 8:31)

    You may have to labor on that point until you are absolutely certain that the demon has heard you and he knows that you understand your authority in the Name of Jesus.  When you have his attention, he must do what you tell him to do in the Name of Jesus.  Then, I continue on and say, "I cast you out in the Name of Jesus.  Come out right now!  Do not relocate and hide elsewhere in this person's body."  (They may try to deceive you that they are gone when they are really hiding elsewhere in this person's body.  You must be very speicific with them).

    STEP 5:  Deal with the sickness itself.  In John 14:13-14 in the original Greek, the word "ask" when it relates to a thing should be translated "command."  When it relates to God, "ask" should be translated "strongly ask."  We do not command God; we ask strongly and respectfully.

    In the above Scripture, we are told to ask for a whatsoever in one verse and a thing in the next verse.  Therefore, we could accurately translate the word "ask" as "command."  You could say it like this, "Whatsoever you shall COMMAND in My Name, that will I do."  Then, in verse 14, "If you shallCOMMAND any thing in My Name, I will do it."

    Is sickness a "thing?"  Is it a "whatsoever?"  Sure it is!  So, the next thing I do is to attack the sickness by telling it what to do in Jesus' Name. I COMMAND it to do something.  Say, "I COMMAND you to die at the roots, dry up and come out!  I establish the death sentence in you, sickness! (Again, name the sickness if you know it).   I COMMAND you to release _______, come out now and do not return!"(Mk. 9:25)

    STEP 6:  Speak to the pain and tell it what to do.  Is pain a "whatsoever?"  Is it a "thing?"  Yes, it is.  Go on a mission to eradicate pain in your body and those of your loved ones!  Don't put up with it!  Attack pain in the Name of Jesus, just as you did sickness.  Say, "Pain, come out of _______'s body in the Name of Jesus.  Go to the pit and stay there to wait the judgment of Jesus!  Discomfort, in the Name of Jesus, I command you to leave; go to the pit and stay there to wait the judment of Jesus!"  

    STEP 7:  Speak healing into the person's body.  You do not want the "house" to remain empty lest"seven other spirits more wicked than itself go in and live there.  And the final condition of that man is worse than the first."  (Luke 11:24-26 NIV).  Loose the opposite forces; in this case, they are healing and health,  Lay your hands on the person and say, "In the Name of Jesus I command that you be healed.  Healing come forth now and take up permanent residence in _______."   As you lay your hands on them, expect them to recover according to Mark 16:18.   The person may be healed immediately, or, through a process over a period of time, but if they received, they are healed!  

    The person must be instructed to renew his mind every day to health and healing through the Word of God because the devil will try to come and take it from him again - you can almost bet on that!




    LOVE WALK - To Be Filled with Love

    I encourage you to read Galatians 5 often.  It will help you identify how to walk in the Spirit so that you will not fulfill the lusts (urgings) of your flesh. 

    And of course, we should read 1 Cor. 13—The Love Chapter—each day.  Exercising the love walk will help us know how to respond in adverse situations.  I encourage you to substitute the pronoun I for the word love in 1 Cor. 13:3-8a to personalize this Scripture, and to make it your faith declaration. 

    1 Cor. 13:3-8a (AMP/LFB) I believe nothing in my life is of any value if I don’t love others!  (I) endure long and I am patient and kind; I am not jealous or boastful or proud.  I am not conceited (arrogant or inflated with pride); I am not rude and unmannerly, and I do not act unbecomingly.  Because of God’s love in me, I do not demand my own way or keep records of when I’ve been wronged.  In fact, I pay no attention to a suffered wrong! I am not touchy or fretful or resentful.  I do not rejoice at injustice and unrighteousness, but I rejoice whenever the truth wins out.  I bear up [that is, I am emotionally stable] under anything and everything that comes.  I am ever ready to believe the best of every person.  I never give up, never lose faith, and I’m always hopeful and endure patiently [with God’s grace] through every circumstance.

    I Peter 4:8-9, 11 (NIV) - Above all, I love others deeply (and sincerely), because love covers a multitude of sins. I offer hospitality to others without grumbling. When I speak, I speak the very words of God. I serve others with the strength that God provides, so that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ. To Him be the glory and the power forever and ever. Amen.

                                                                       My Prayer

     In Jesus’ Name, I make a fresh and strong commitment today to live the life of love, to let the tenderness of God flow through me and heal the wounded hearts of those I meet. Father, teach me to love even when things go wrong, to be patient and kind always, and to overlook the spiteful words of others.

    I am determined, with God’s help, that all I do and say is motivated by love and my desire to bring souls into the Kingdom of our LORD Jesus Christ. I speak only the truth in love, letting only such words proceed from my mouth as is good for edification according to the need of the moment, that it may give grace to those who hear.

    Father God, teach me to talk in love, to lay gossip quietly aside and to take up words of grace instead. LORD, Your Word says that Your love is already inside me… that it has been shed abroad in my heart by the Holy Ghost and Fire. (Rom. 5:5)

    So today I resolve to remove every obstacle that would keep that love from flowing freely into my life and the lives of others. I put resentments behind me, and I forgive all those who have done me wrong. In the days ahead, Father, cause me to increase and excel and OVERFLOW with Your love. Cause me to be what this world needs most of all … a living example of Your love. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.






    2 Cor. 1:3 (AMP) says, "Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of sympathy (pity and mercy) and the God [Who is the Souce] of every comfort (consolation and encouragement)."  In this verse, Paul is referring to the Source of comfort and encouragement, but certainly, he also implies that God is the Source of everything that we could possibly ever need!

    I have a suggestion:  as you read Scriptures, read them out loud and insert "my Source" in the verses when any reference is made to the Heavenly Father.  

     For example:  "But my God [my Source] shall supply all my need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus."  (Phil. 4:19)

    Here's another example:  "Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace [God my Source]."  Heb. 4:16

    Or this:  "Is there anything too  hard for the Lord [my Source]?"  (Gen. 18:14)

    If you keep doing this, you will no longer worry.  You will not get depressed. You will not fear.  NEVER FORGET WHO YOUR SOURCE IS!  

    No matter what is going on around you, no matter what is happening in the natural, know that God is your Refuge!  He is your Safe Place.  He has not forgotten your name.  He has not forgotten your address.  And, He has not forgotten how to do the miraculous in your behalf!  HE IS YOUR SOURCE!