2016-The Year of Release

This year has been a landmark year of expansion, multiplication, and increase. I am so honored to see what the Lord has done in this ministry in 2015. Thank you for joining your strength and ability with Faith Builders through your financial support and prayers. Together, we are shining a light in the darkness as well as building faith in Body of Christ.

Partnership provides a spiritual connection. The Lord ordained partnership as means of sharing and distributing the anointing. He ordained the principle of partnership to supply the spiritual power for the assignment or mission. The men who found David in the cave Adullam and joined their efforts to help the assignment of God on his life became partakers of the anointing given to David. They became mighty men because they partook of the anointing of might that God had given David to accomplish his task. The connection was made as these men helped David fulfill his God-given assignment.

These also are the chief of the mighty men whom David had, who strengthened themselves with him in his kingdom, and with all Israel, to make him king, according to the word of the Lord concerning Israel.                                                                                                            I Chronicles 11:10

The Shunammite woman recognized that Elisha was a man doing God’s work. She joined to his assignment by providing food and a nice place for the man of God to sleep when he was in town.  She shared supply and provision of a natural source and received supply and provision of a supernatural source. God supernaturally supplied her the ability to conceive a child after years of barrenness. But it didn’t stop there! When destruction came knocking at her door, she placed a faith  demand on the anointing with which she was connected. The Lord God raised her son! (II Kings 4)

The disciples became partakers of Jesus’ anointing as they supported his ministry with their abilities. Once again we see the principle in motion. They brought a natural supply of help and received a spiritual supply of the anointing. In Luke 10, Jesus sent out seventy disciples with His anointing operating in their lives. They laid hands on the sick and preached the kingdom. They remarked to Jesus upon their return, “Lord, even the demons are subject to us in Your name!” His anointing was working in them and for them.

That same principle is at work in our partnership. As believers, we are connected to Jesus Christ through the new birth. We have His anointing in our lives. When we connect to His purposes and His assignments, we position ourselves for the measure of the anointing in operation for that task. Jesus declared, “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me because He has anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he has sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised.” The anointing was for His purpose. There is an anointing on Pastor Philip and me to build people’s faith. It is a burden removing, yoke destroying power to set at liberty those bound with addiction, fear, or disease. This anointing is expanding, multiplying and increasing because our reach is expanding, multiplying, and increasing!

The anointing and spiritual supply to build faith and frame people’s world by the Word of God is available for my partners to access by faith. The power of God has increased on us in 2015 because our reach is expanding. We are reaching more people. We are building faith in two languages. We are framing people’s world in prisons and drug rehabs. Lay hold on that increase in your own life. Make your declaration of faith, “Lord, as a partner with Michelle Steele, I receive an increase of faith and power to build my marriage, my finances, and my health.”

The Lord recently revealed some things to my husband, Pastor Philip Steele, about what we can look forward to and lay hold on for the year to come. As my partner, I want you to see clearly and lay hold of this next year with a strong grip of faith. It is time for clarity! It is time for recompense! It is time for release!

“2016 will in part be known as the year the picture became clear. There are many things that up until now you have seen only in fragments. There have been flashes of the whole but, never a full panoramic view. 2016 will in part be known as the year you began to see it all and understand more completely your role and call. 2016 will be a year of ingathering– ingathering into churches and ministries, but also ingathering into families. Families are going to be restored as never before.

2016 will be a year of confusion for the world. They will be confused over what to do, who to elect, and what steps to take.  But for the church, 2016 will be a year of clarity and calm; a year of certainty and joy; a year of fulfillment and peace even in the midst of turmoil and confusion. 2016 will be the year of the payoff; the year when recompense will flow; recompense for all the times you stood and it appeared the result was loss; recompense for that which was stolen by the enemy or even taken or lost through ignorance.

2016 will be a year of building, a time for ministries to press forward as never before. It is not a year to draw back. It will be a year to ask the Lord for more assignments and more responsibilities. For the time is short, shorter than ever before. So there can be no idle hands, no dragging of the feet. Step up to the mark and toe the line. Ask for the hard jobs, the big ones too. Barriers will fall and obstacles cease.

2016 A YEAR OF RELEASE!”

 

Partners, for your convenience automatic debit is available. There are several ways you can connect through our automatic debit:

  1. Log on to our website www.michellesteeleministries.com and locate the partner page.
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In addition to your regular monthly partner teaching, if you sign up for auto debit you will receive a signed copy of Pastor Michelle’s new, Revised and Expanded edition of “Pressure? No Problem!”

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Joy: Your Spiritual Strength

Dear Partners and Friends,

You can stand against any adversity! Whether it is the course of this world, the force of the curse that is operating in this world, or the attack of our adversary, you can stand and maintain the victory that is yours through Jesus Christ.

Standing is the key. I am not talking about having a struggle mentality where we play victim songs, pray victim prayers, and cry victim tears. I am talking about standing in the liberty wherewith Christ has made us free. (Galatians 5:1) I am referring to a stand where you are “strengthened with might by His Spirit in the inner man. (Ephesians 3:16) We are designed to be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might. You and I are to put on the “whole armour of God, that we may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.” (Ephesians 6:10-11)

This is a stand where the winds of adversity do not move us. We are Word-dependent people motivated by the Word of God and the leading of the Holy Spirit! We must sink our roots into the spiritual water supply like the Psalms 1 believer: We shall be like the tree planted by the rivers of living water, that brings forth our fruit in our season; our leaf does not wither; and whatsoever we do shall prosper! We have to plant ourselves in Jeremiah 17:8 and be as the tree planted by the waters that spreads out our roots by the river. We shall not see when heat comes! Instead, our leaf shall be green and we shall not be careful in the year of drought, neither shall we cease from yielding fruit. The Amplified Bible says, “we shall not see and fear when heat comes…and we shall not be anxious or full of care in the year of drought.”

The emphasis of these two verses is to be like a planted tree or a well-rooted, established tree. This is God’s description of standing. It is a stable and secure life where the Word of God and trust in Him provides our fruitfulness and longevity. The Apostle Paul made the statement, “None of these things move me.” Things in his life were trying to move him away from the plan of God! There were situation that were designed to alter his course or cause him to back off.

Every believer has access to the force of joy. Joy is produced in the re-born human spirit by the presence of the Holy Spirit. Galatians 5:22-23 records this as the fruit of the spirit. Joy is a spiritual supply that operates completely different than happiness. If you are looking for happiness, you are aiming at the wrong target. Joy operates independent of circumstances. Happiness depends on what happens. If you are a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ, you have joy. But, there are times you have to rejoice or open the faucet of joy in your life.

Joy provides supernatural strength. Nehemiah 8:10 says, “The joy of the Lord is your strength.” Spiritual standing requires the spiritual force of joy. Sadness is subtle. Heaviness tries to creep into your life and weigh you down. The instruction for us is: “Rejoice in the Lord always and again I say rejoice.” You have to employ the force of joy against that heavy feeling or sorrow. Celebrate! Be exceedingly glad! Rejoice in Jesus Christ and His covenant with you!

In Isaiah 12:3 we see this truth: “Therefore with joy shall you draw water out of the wells of salvation.” Water that comes from the wells of salvation is a spiritual substance and supply. This shows me that there is a spiritual supply for your life that only joy can access and transport into your life. Joy is a spiritual bucket. Dip it into the well of your rescue, the well of your preservation, and access the healing your need. Access the power you need to heal your marriage. Access the provision you need to get out of debt. There is a supply for the stand and you can draw it out with the force of joy! Philip and I are praying for you!

Build Your Faith” Conference

At Family Church Pine Bluff – 2500 Hwy 104, Pine Bluff, AR 71602

Friday, November 20th at 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, November 21st from 10:00 a.m. until noon

Admission is free and open to the public. Doors will open an hour prior to event. Seating is on a first-come basis.

The Steadfast Stand of Faith

Dear Partners and Friends,

Many times I have heard the verse in Proverbs 4:23, “Keep your heart with all diligence; for out of it are the issues of life.” In the past, I thought this meant, “guard it or keep it from danger or evil content.” While the instruction does have that idea connected to it, the main thrust of this instruction is: “Maintain your heart in orderly condition, continue having or holding (in full, well-stocked condition, to watch over or defend.” In other words, keep it full of spiritual power! Maintain your joy level! Top off the tank of peace! Organize the heart and throw out all grudges and bad attitudes!

In order to stand in faith, maintaining your heart or spirit is the first thing of importance. The spiritual forces of God’s life flow from the heart to manifest in the natural arenas. Your marriage, your finances, the relationship with your children, your interaction with your co-workers, and every other aspect of your life are influenced by the strength of your spirit. If you are weak spiritually, you are vulnerable to the situation.

A healthy spirit conquers adversity, but what can you do when the spirit is crushed?

Proverbs 18:14 MSG

The strong spirit of a man sustains him in bodily pain or trouble, but a weak and broken spirit who can raise up or bear?

Proverbs 18:14 AMP

Maintaining the supply of our born-again spirit gives us the ability to walk through challenges victoriously. Keeping your spirit strong is God’s design for you to stand against all adversity. The Lord doesn’t want us struggling and hanging on until the going on comes on. He wants to strengthen us to overcome. The psalmist declared, “For by thee I have run through a troop; and by my God have I leaped over a wall.”(Ps 18:29) The Apostle Paul had this revelation as he prayed in Ephesians 3:16 (AMP) May He grant you out of the rich treasury of His glory to be strengthened and reinforced with mighty power in the inner man by the [Holy] Spirit [Himself indwelling your innermost being and personality].

We are instructed to be steadfast and immovable. (I Corinthians 15:58) We are commanded to be strong in the Lord and the power of His might and stand. (Ephesians 6:10;14) In Galatians, the mandate is “Stand fast therefore…” This steadfast stand of faith is a victorious flow from the heart or spirit of the believer. The steadfast stand requires a steadfast flow into the heart.

My son, attend to my words; incline thine ear unto my sayings. Let them not depart from thine eyes;

keep them in the midst of thine heart. For they are life unto those that find them, and health to all their flesh. Proverbs 4:20-22

The process of maintaining the heart employs the eyes and ears of the believer. What are you hearing? What has your focus? In order to maintain the fullness of your heart, you have to give your attention to the Word of God. You have to read it, hear it preached,

and declare it out loud to yourself and to your situation. Your life has to be filled with the vibrations and reflections of God’s Word.

The eyes and the ears are the gates into the heart. The heart is the storage container of your spiritual strength. Keep your heart full of the Word. Jesus declared, “My words are spirit and they are life.” (John 6:63) As you encounter challenges in this life, you can confront them and stand against them with the force of faith freely flowing! My partner, I am praying for you!

Join Pastor Michelle at the following events:

Russellville Christian Center-“Ladies Agape” Conference at

305 Lake Front Dr, Russellville, AR 72802

Friday, November 6th at 7:00 p.m.

Please call to register: (479) 968-7965 or email rcc@rccenter.org

 

“Today’s Ladies”

At Faith Builders International Church – 8390 Peoria St, De Soto, KS 66018

Tuesday, November 10th at 7:00 p.m. No registration required.

“Build Your Faith” Conference

At Family Church Pine Bluff – 2500 Hwy 104, Pine Bluff, AR 71602

Friday, November 20th at 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, November 21st from 10:00 a.m. until noon

Admission is free and open to the public. Doors will open an hour prior to event. Seating is on a first-come basis.

Agreeing with God!

Dear Partners and Friends,

Renewing your mind to the Word of God is the main element of being able to move forward in His plan. In order to receive His instruction, you must be able to perceive the things He is saying. Walking in a full measure of God’s will requires a mind that can receive spiritual information without tilting or locking up every time God instructs.

“Can two walk together, except they be agreed?” – Amos 3:3

Every specialized arena in life has it’s own specific vocabulary. In law enforcement, there are abbreviations they have developed to help them communicate rapidly and effectively. For instance the abbreviation “PR” means “party or person reporting”. When a call comes across the radio that, “the PR has reported BIP. Please report QOA”, the officer knows a person has called to report a burglary in progress and they should respond with lights and sirens off. But, if you are standing in a group of marathon runners after their race, you may hear them say, “I made my PR.” In this instance, it means “personal record”.

We have to learn how to receive and communicate with God. The more familiar we are with the way He talks and thinks, the easier it will be for Him to lead us. God has help for you. He has a plan for you. It is a good plan with an end worth looking forward to. The Lord has answers for every thing you are facing in your life. His help, His plans, and His answers are spiritual. They will dominate and effect change in the natural circumstances you are facing. But, they begin in the realm of the spirit. You receive them in your spirit and then apply these spiritual truths to the mind.

If your mind is still governed by the thinking you used before you received Jesus as Lord, you will have a difficult time applying the spiritually revealed truths to your life. Instead, you will pull the truth up from your spirit and it will hit a wall of reason. You will analyze the truth of God in the light of previous experience or compared to the situation and discard the truth. What a frustrated life it is to be a believer with an unrenewed mind!

I know because I was one. The first time I heard about tithing (this was my problem), I was a young believer and struggling to pay my bills. Every time the church received the tithe, I thought to myself, “I need this money more than God needs it.” I wanted God to help me. I wanted the blessings I saw in the Word of God. I prayed for God to increase me. In answer to my prayers, the Lord kept leading me back to the tithe. I began to take the Word of God and re-establish my thought processes. I began to renew my mind so that my thoughts could agree with His thoughts. As I did, I began to see the tithe in a whole new light. I could see that the tithe was for my benefit. The Lord wasn’t taking from me in the tithe. He was opening His financial resources to flow into my life. Tithing is a privilege! It is a divine opportunity!

Forgiveness is another example. The divine instruction is, “Forgive, if you aught against any” (Mark 11:25). If you pull that truth up into the unrenewed mind, it gets immediately rejected. There are so many reasons and excuses as to why you should hold on to it. Your emotions begin screaming. Your mind is inundated with memories of what that person did to you.

But if the mind has been placed under the control of God’s Word, the reaction is different. You immediately take the thought captive. It doesn’t have the liberty to wreck havoc in your emotions or cause you to choose a destructive response. The renewed mind dominates every memory and makes it submit to the Word of God.

Bringing your mind under the governance of the Word of God is a daily venture. Just like your hair doesn’t stay combed, your mind doesn’t stay renewed. In this world, we are confronted with wrong thoughts and ideas. We can do what II Corinthians 10:5 says, “bringing every thought to the obedience of Christ.”

Partner, we can enter into the full measure of our Lord’s plan. I believe we will expand into more of it before this year is out. I’m praying for you!

A Fear-Free Life is a Protected Life!

Dear Partners and Friends,

Fear makes a person subject to or brings them under the control of bondage. That is why the Lord is against any fear being in our lives. The Bible explains that Jesus Christ delivered those who through fear were subject to bondage (Hebrews 2:15). The believer is instructed to, “Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ has made us free and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage” (Galatians 5:1).

Taking a stand against fear is spiritual action every believer needs to take. The Bible explains that fear has torment (I John 4:18). I want to show you a spiritual connection that will help you set up barriers in your life against fear.

“In righteousness shalt thou be established: thou shalt be far from oppression; for you shalt not fear; and from terror; for it shall not come near thee.” – Isaiah 54:14

This verse reveals to us that fear opens the door to oppression. Allowing fear permits the oppression and terror of the adversary to access a person’s life. According to the Holy Spirit, the people of God who are established in righteousness will be far from oppression because we won’t fear! This is our heritage! This is the will of God for us!

What is oppression anyway? Many times I have taught from the definition of this word as the feeling of being heavily burdened mentally or physically by troubles, anxiety or an adverse condition. According to the original language of the Old Testament, oppression means “to be taken advantage of, extortion and having something taken away from you by force or fraud.” This gives us a deeper understanding of what really happens through oppression. The mental or emotional burden is what we can identify. Those are the symptoms we experience when our life is under this attack. But the end result is extortion. Because of the mental burden, we are taken advantage of because our spiritual strength has drained out by trying to deal with the situation from the mental arena.

I experienced this while going through a serious situation in my family. I had scriptures to stand on and promises from God’s Word. The situation kept pulling me back over into my mind. I tried to “figure out” what could be done to change this person’s actions and situation. In reality, I was afraid of what could happen if they continued down the path they were taking. The fear was causing my life to be fair game for the extortion. The enemy tried to forcefully and fraudulently take things from me. Thank the Lord for correcting me! He told me, “Deal with everything from your position in Christ.” I understood what He meant. Don’t try to fix it from my position as Mom. Remember, our text begins by being established in righteousness. I began to operate from my seat of authority in Jesus Christ.

The word “terror” in this verse has an interesting meaning, too. It actually means “a breaking, a ruin or destruction.” This shall not come near us! If we refuse to fear, we block the way for the enemy to break things in our lives. We close the avenue for ruin and destruction to enter our lives.

The Holy Spirit gave me this image to illustrate “it shall not come near thee.” I see the enemy standing on the far border of my life. I have to squint to even see him because he is so far from me.

Around the border of my life, is a force field that the enemy cannot cross. He tries to step on my property and bounces off the protective shield around my life. He cannot come near me because I will not fear!

Make the spiritual decision today, “I will not fear!” Then, begin to develop a resistance to fear. Cast down imaginations. Take every thought captive to the obedience of Christ. Dominate your emotions with God’s Word. Resist the devil and he will flee from you. Deal with everything from your position of authority in Christ.

Partners, we can live a fear-free life! My husband’s newest book is full of revelation to help you build this resistance to fear. I encourage you to invest in your fear-free life!

Steadfast and Unmovable! – Part 2

Dear Partners and Friends,

Last month I shared with you the importance of our stand in faith. The Lord Jesus Christ continues to emphasize to me our need to develop steadfastness. We must learn how to be unmovable where His promises are concerned. We must grow in our covenant stand. Do you remember what I Corinthians 15:58 says? “Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye stedfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord.” Being steadfast is our part. The victory is in constant supply! We can be unmovable because of our continual victory!

“Wavering” is the opposite of being steadfast. To waver means, “to sway to and fro, to become unsteady, to feel or show indecision, to fluctuate or vary.” The position of faith is a position of standing, maintaining, and holding fast. Wavering causes us to move from the position of faith. This is the desired result of many of the situations you are facing at this moment. The attack is trying to move you away from God’s truth! If the enemy can make you unsteady, he can push you a little bit further until you drift away from the answer. Declare this out loud, “I shall not be moved!”

In James 1, we see how wavering operates. I want to share with you verses 7-8 from the Wuest translation of the Bible. “But let him be presenting his request in a trusting attitude, not in an expression of that hesitation which vacillates (between faith and unbelief and inclines toward unbelief), for the person who vacillates (between faith and unbelief) is like the surf of the sea, driven and tossed by the wind; for let not that individual be supposing that he shall receive anything from the presence of the Lord (being) a dubious, undecided man, vacillating in all his ways.”

In these verses, we see that receiving requires a steadfast and unmovable believing. When the action of faith is interrupted, the receiving stops. The person who vacillates or moves back and forth from faith to unbelief is never in a position to receive long enough for the answer to come. The “wind” in this illustration represents any situation that blows into our lives. The wind only moves things that are unstable. The things that are rooted, grounded, steadfast, and unmovable are not affected by the wind regardless of how strong the wind might blow.

We can be the rooted and grounded believer who is unmoved by the circumstance! We can be the steadfast and unmovable people who are receiving God’s supply and provision regardless of the circumstance. Conditions may change but we are not receiving our strength or ability from external sources. Jesus Christ has connected us to the eternal source! Our health is provided in this covenant connection. Our financial strength is supplied in this covenant connection. The protection for our family is supplied.

The Word of God gives us this picture of an undecided person to help us understand what happens when we stagger back and forth from faith to doubt. Notice the Wuest translation says, “and inclines toward unbelief.” When you begin to waver it weakens your faith. The more you waver, the weaker your faith becomes. In Matthew 14, we see what happened when Peter walked on the water to go to Jesus. Peter started out in the position of faith. With the Word of Jesus Christ, Peter walked on the water. The power of God was flowing and Peter was receiving. Peter could have remained steadfast and unmovable but his focus shifted from the Word and Jesus to the wind and waves. Peter began to sink. I have never seen anyone begin to sink. I have seen people step off the side of a pool or a boat and sink very suddenly. Peter began to sink. This shows us that his faith was dissipating by degrees. To the degree that Peter wavered, his faith left him.

Every area of a person’s life will be affected by indecision. The verse says, “Unstable in all his ways.” The Bible says, “The just shall live by faith.” Faith affects our whole life and so does unbelief. We have to resist the wavering lifestyle. Remember, being steadfast and unmovable is our part! We can do it! We can hold fast to our confession of faith without wavering because He is faithful that promised.

The Word of God provides an illustration of the person who develops their faith in order to be steadfast and unmovable. This description is found in Psalms 1:3. ”And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.” Notice the root system has reached into the water supply to provide a source that is not influenced by the external conditions. The fruit or progress comes on time! The heat or difficulty of the situation does not harm the steadfast, unmovable person who is supplied by the Word! Whatever we do will prosper!

Partner, this describes you and I! We are expanding, multiplying, and increasing!

Steadfast and Unmovable!

Dear Partners and Friends,

As your covenant partner, I pray and seek the Lord for a spiritual supply to distribute into your life. One of the most important things I can deliver into your spiritual arsenal is a working knowledge of how to stand your ground in faith. The reason why this is so important is because there are so many attacks launched against you to make you waver and doubt. Your adversary wants to make you give up. That is the only way he can defeat you.

Jesus Christ triumphed over Satan and his forces on the cross of Calvary. Our Lord and Savior made a show of Satan openly. Jesus stripped Satan of his weaponry and delegated authority to the believer to maintain the victory supplied in the resurrection. The only way Satan can work in your life is through pressuring you to quit or deceiving you into thinking God is responsible for the difficulty in your life.

This is why it is so important for us to be prepared before the attack with a working knowledge of how to stand in faith. I Corinthians 15:56-57 tells us, “But thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ. Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye stedfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord.” The victory is ours already! God gives us the victory continually. This verb is in the present tense. God gives! Whenever you need victory, God gives it. This is why we can be steadfast.

Because the victory is continually given, we can maintain a continual stand of faith or steadfastness. We can be unmovable in our stand for Jesus Christ. We can be unmovable where the salvation of our children is concerned, where the strength of our marriage is concerned, or in our stand for the health of our body. Be unmovable!

How do we develop this ability to stand? Hebrews 10:23 instructs us, “Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering; (for he is faithful that promised).” The Amplified Bible uses the words “seize, hold fast and retain.” Hold fast your declaration or confession of faith. Our steadfastness is maintained by the declaration of faith. This does not mean “a positive confession.” No! There is more to it than just saying positive words. Faith-filled words are very different than just positive confessions. There has to be a force of faith coming from the heart and flowing into the confession of faith.

Faith-filled words in the mouth act like a hand that grips the promise. Proverbs 18:21 says, “Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.” The word “power” in this verse is defined “hand” in the original text. Your tongue works like a hand to maintain a grip or hold on the spiritual truth. If you keep it in your mouth, you keep it in your heart. If you keep it in your mouth, you keep possession of it. The key to your steadfastness is in your mouth!

Look at Hebrews 4:14. “Seeing then that we have a great high priest, that is passed into the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us hold fast our profession (confession).” The definition of this phrase is “get possession of, to become master of, to obtain, to take hold of, to seize, to keep carefully and faithfully, and to continue to hold”. Get possession of  what is coming out of your mouth. Take hold of the promise of God with your declaration. Continue to hold the answer by continually giving voice to that answer. Our part is to hold fast to saying the same thing the Lord has spoken about our lives.

Jesus is the High Priest over our profession. He is working with the words that we verbally authorize. He wants to hold fast the things He has already spoken about our lives, our finances, our marriages, and our futures. Hebrews 13:5-6 says, for He (the Lord) hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee. So that we may boldly say, The Lord is my helper, and I will not fear what man shall do unto me.” The Lord has said so that you may boldly say! The Lord has declared things so that we will put them in our mouth and hold fast to them.

Recently, I planted Faith Builders Church in Little Rock, Arkansas. In the very beginning, The Lord said to me, “Faith Builders Church of Little Rock is a shining light!” He didn’t just tell me that to encourage me. The Lord told me that so I would know what to say. I say, “Faith Builders Church is a shining light.” I am going to continue putting that in my mouth and holding fast to that truth!

There are things written in the Word and things the Lord will speak to your heart that you need to place in your mouth. Holding fast to your confession enables you to be steadfast in your faith. Partner, use the hand of your tongue and take possession of the provision. This is how you can be unmovable!