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Our God Given Life Is Programmable by Words and Thoughts

Our God Given Life

Our God-given life is programmable by words and thoughts. Programmable means capable of being programmed. I would like to briefly explain how our God-given life is programmable by words and thoughts. My beginning scriptural reference is found in the first chapter of Genesis where we experience the power of words spoken by God. When God spoke at the beginning of Genesis it was activated immediately. His words caused things and situations to change. God showed us in the first chapter of Genesis that words spoken will bring about change in the environment, situations, and circumstances. In Genesis chapter one verse three it states “And God said, ‘Let there be light,’ and there was light”.

Throughout chapter one of Genesis, it is noted how God spoke and things happened which brought about change immediately. Personally, I believe it is here in chapter one of Genesis where God showed and taught us the importance of the power of our words when spoken. Also, in the first chapter of Genesis, God teaches us that spoken words are programmable making changes to our circumstances. Spoken words seem to follow a set of instructions. These instructions are followed or carried with a natural response. Example “stand up”. When words are spoken “cause and effect” the thing spoken begins to be activated. It is first activated in our thoughts then in action. In Godly terms first spirit than followed by the natural. Our God-given life is programmable by words and thoughts. “As a man thinketh in his heart so is he” Proverbs 23:7. A person thinks and what is thought about comes forth out of the mouth. When words are spoken, the body and surrounding environment make changes transmitting and reprogramming that situation or circumstance. In the Gospel of Matthew the twelve chapter 12 verse 37, states “For by your words you shall be justified and by your words you shall be condemned”. Every word you speak will be taken into account. Words spoken can either bear good fruit and or bear bad fruit. The word of God is Living, Active and Sharp. Hebrews chapter 4 verse 12: “For the word of God is alive and active. When we speak God’s words things, situations and circumstances around us change.

Change means to make or become different. Heartfelt Godly affirmations when believed and spoken have such strong effects on humans, their bodies and surrounding circumstances causing change. Words negative or positive brings and causes change. Those changes could be as small as a mustard seed but change happens. Change comes even in the smallest details. When words are spoken and believed the process of transmitting and reprogramming is activated immediately. Our evidence is our testimonies of changes that took place. Testimonies have been our proof that there is ‘something” powerful that takes place called transformation when certain words are spoken. “Something” is released when we release words either negative or positive. Words will change us and cause a change to come about.

We have to be careful of the words we release and the things we focus on mentally because eventually, we will speak them out. Our words have the power to produce after its kind. etc God teaches us in the first chapter of Genesis that words spoken can produce in our life positive results. Let me briefly write this and it does require more understanding. I wanted to mention this here. The Spirit of God will work supernaturally, through you, and nobody can argue with results. Do what others say can’t be done. Let your words bring about the needed changes on earth as it is in heaven. We are made in the image of God. He taught us in the Book of Genesis that our words when spoken matters. –



Dr. Brendell Francis
Dr. Brendell Francis

Dr. Brendell Thomas Francis is the Founder of the Tamar Community Outreach which reaches out to women around the world. She is an advocate for women rights and helps to educate them by sharing her message of hope that the Lord has given her and to encourage them to stand on God’s promises from His word.





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