Need a Change? Bless it!

When you are going through a tough time in your life, you have various options.  You can  talk about it and complain about it. You can pray about it or you can bless it.

700 times in throughout the Bible the word berakah is used for the word bless.  Berakah is the transmittal of God’s goodness and favor through the spoken word.  To bless also means to ask for or to impart supernatural favor.

There are a few areas in which you can bless. First, you can always bless a person or a group of people.  Other areas include situations, circumstances, and conditions.

When you bless something or someone, you are asking God to make them whole. You are asking for His divine favor be upon them; wishing the person or persons or situation well and happy.

Every Sunday at the conclusion of our worship experiences at Living Waters where I pastor, I release a blessing upon everyone in attendance. When I bless them, I am setting them up for a curse reversal.  Every negative thing ever said over them is being reversed by the blessing being said upon them. Blessing someone is simply reversing the curse.

A blessing carries great power and can not be retracted. It is not prophesying or prayer. It is releasing your mouth the desires you would have over a person, place, or circumstance.  I believe blessings are bioacoustic.

According to the science of bioacoustics, every word you’ve ever said is somewhere in the universe. I believe every blessing spoken is eternal with no expiration date.  I believe every good thing which happens to us in our lives can be traced back to a word, a prayer, or a blessing spoken over us.

Jesus was faced with a hard situation with feeding 5000 people. The only food available was two fishes and five loaves of bread. What did He do?  He blessed it:

Jesus took the five loaves and two fish, looked up toward heaven, and blessed them. Then, breaking the loaves into pieces, he kept giving the bread and fish to the disciples so they could distribute it to the people . They all ate as much as they wanted, and afterward, the disciples picked up twelve baskets of leftovers!  Luke 9:16-17 NLT

What can you do to turn a hard situation around? What can you do to change a person’s life? What can you do to reverse in and every curse? You don’t pray over it. You don’t pray over them. You bless it!


Enjoy other post to encourage you today:

Declare Your Day

5 Keys to Living Victoriously

Psalm 91 Confession and Declaration

Bless Instead of Bite

3 thoughts on “Need a Change? Bless it!

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