"He shall call upon me, and I will answer him: I will be with him in trouble; I will deliver him, and honour him."

Psalms 91:15 KJV

God Will Use Our Words for His glory -

December 1, 2023

Good morning, Brothers and Sisters! Today I want to talk to you about the power of our voices. Now, imagine you’re in a crowded theater. The lights dim and the curtains open. Suddenly, a single voice rises above the silence in the crowd. It’s a voice that carries with it a power and authority that can’t be denied. You can’t help but turn your head and listen. This is what the power of our voice can be like in Scripture. 

The Bible mentions “voice” 45 times, from Genesis to Revelation. Each time it appears, the voice has a different purpose, but it’s always connected to God’s divine purpose. Let’s explore three of those uses and see 
how they help us understand the power of our own voices. 

First, we have the voice of God. We see this in Genesis 1:3 when God says, Let there be light and the light is created immediately. We also see it in the New Testament when Jesus speaks and demons flee, or when Jesus says to Lazarus, “Come forth!” and he rises from the dead. In both cases, God’s voice brings about miraculous results. It is a powerful reminder that God’s voice is not something to be taken lightly. 

Second, we have the voice of man. This is seen all throughout Scripture, from Abraham pleading with God to spare Sodom and Gomorrah to Paul preaching on Mars Hill. In each case, man is using his voice to speak truth and bring about change. This shows us that we can use our voices for good and can have a positive impact on the world around us. 

Finally, we have the voice of silence. We see this in Psalm 46 when God calls us to Be still and know that I am God. This reminds us that sometimes it is better to be quiet and let God do the speaking. It is in these moments of quiet contemplation that we can really hear God’s voice. 

Our voices are powerful tools that can be used for good or for evil. We must use them wisely and always remember that God’s voice is the loudest and most powerful of all. So let us use our voices to glorify God and make a difference in this world. As Proverbs 15:23 says: “A word spoken in due season, how good it is!” 

In conclusion, let us remember that our voices are powerful tools, and we must use them wisely. When we do, our voices can bring about miraculous change - just like God’s did in Scripture. So let us speak truth with boldness and faith, knowing that God will use our words for His glory. After all, Where words fail, music speaks. (Hans Christian Andersen)


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