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God wants you to get His Word into your spirit and become one with it so you can develop utmost confidence in Him, with a heart, filled with divine inspiration. Your spirit is designed to host godly realities and wisdom. By making rich deposits of the Word within, you store the greatest blessing of divine light internally. That way, you condition yourself to practise "functioning in the Spirit" by speaking it forth and exercising active faith in it, thereby establishing the testimonies of the truth as much as you desire.

Reference: Job 32:18 New Living Translation (NLT) "For I am full of pent-up words, and the spirit within me urges me on."

By paying attention to the above reasoning, we can realise that Elihu, son of Barakel the Buzite, was full of words, yet unable to express them. Then the spirit within compelled him to speak. At that point, he was communing with his spirit, thereby making contact with divine inspiration. Job 32:8 reads, "But there is a spirit in man: and the inspiration of the Almighty giveth them understanding" (KJV). It is of the essence to note that those words bore witness to the truth - in his spirit and inspired his response; hence he drew from the word of truth, just as his spirit compelled him to.

Jeremiah, the weeping Prophet, acknowledged the same truth in the book of Jeremiah 20:9 (NASB): 'But if I say, "I will not remember Him Nor speak anymore in His name," Then in my heart it becomes like a burning fire Shut up in my bones; And I am tired of holding it in, and I cannot endure it.' Simply put, the Word of God is quick, effective and powerful, and the grace is plenteous such that it cannot be veiled in our spirit. Also, it can't be contained in our hearts for long without inspiring our speech, meaning that its one thing to be enriched with the Word, and its another thing to verbalise it accordingly.

The Word of God in our human spirit reveals the counsel of the Almighty and imparts divine knowledge, which is capable of shining brightly in our hearts with the light of eternity. Proverbs 20:27 reads, "The human spirit is the lamp of the LORD that sheds light on one's inmost being, when it makes contact with the realities of the Spirit" (NIV). This light has a direct, rewarding influence of the Spirit upon a man's life and it bestows the comfort of God's blessing and the effects of true inspiration on the mind as well.

The Bible says, "Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord" (Colossians 3:16 NKJV). If you continually make the Word deposit in you richly - in all wisdom, it means that you're piling up treasures and resources that will make you wise in every way and aspect of life. Once the Word is richly stored in your spirit, you've invested a treasure that has the capacity to cause changes in your world, up to any level or dimension you desire. Why richly? When the Word is stored "richly", it becomes an indomitable force that can stand against any challenge or opposition and prevail. The Greek Word for "richly" is "plousiós" which in my own term, suggests - abundantly sufficient, lavishly supplied, extremely plentiful, or magnificiently copious. Simply put, as much as possible.

The Word "richly invested" will become a tree of effulgent glory that produces the fruit of the Spirit in you, as you yield to the Holy Spirit. Then results, such as success, abundance, health, provision, fulfilment, prosperity, promotion, victory and more, would become your reality. For instance, if you require "victory" in any given situation, by tapping into the specific knowledge of the Word connected to the situation, and by applying the knowledge to yourself as a practical demonstration, the wisdom of God will arise to establish the triumph you desire to see and experience, which is the victory of Christ. Shalom!

Scripture Reading - Psalm 39:3; Deuteronomy 11:18; Psalm 119:9-11; Ezekiel 3:14.

Exuberant Declaration: My heart is the dwelling place of God's Word, which is my source of confidence. Hence, the Scriptures convey Spirit-inspired blessing to my spirit. Meditating on the Word intensifies my longing for God and strengthens my faith in times of need and abundance. Hallelujah!


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