One Sunday morning, while listening to my husband minister the Word, the Lord put me in remembrance of a truth I had long ago established in my life. He spoke to my heart and said, “Phyllis, your answer is still in Mark 11:22-24.” Whenever the Lord reminds us of a specific truth, He is trying to reveal something about it to us. So I said, “Okay, Lord, I’m going to dig back into that.”

While re-examining those verses, the Lord impressed upon me one of the main thoughts in this passage… we WILL have whatever we say. On one hand, this is exciting because of the realization that no matter what situation we are in, we will come out of it because the Word of God works when we put it to work in our lives. On the other hand, however, it is sobering because it is too easy to get in the habit of throwing meaningless or counterproductive words around without considering the effect that those words have in our lives and in the lives of others. For both of these reasons, we must watch what we say, and that endeavor itself is a fight of faith.

Having the Lord remind me of that truth and making a fresh determination to watch what I say was well worth my effort of digging back into those verses. However, the Lord wasn’t done. He wanted to show me more, and as I continued to meditate on these verses, I saw six other truths that stood out to me.

1. Have faith in God
Jesus said, Have faith in God. Where do you place your faith? Is it in your job? Is it in your bank account? Is it in our new president? Is it in expecting the doctor to give you a good report? Where is your faith? Your faith should be placed in God and in God alone. Notice that the very first thing that came out of Jesus’ mouth when he answered them was, “Have faith in God.”

2. Be a “whosoever”
Jesus continued by saying, For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say… You must understand that Jesus was talking to each one of us—not just the ministers or pastors or disciples or apostles. You are a “whosoever,” so just act like one and…

3. Tell those mountains to be removed
Mountains represent a hindrance to an easy passage. They block the path, and we all have mountains in our lives. They may be mountains of lack, sickness, fear, or rebellion. Whatever the mountain may be, whenever it tries to manifest in your life, stand tall and with boldness say, “I am a WHOSOEVER, and I command you (confusion, fear, lack, sickness, etc.) to be removed from my presence and be gone!” Start speaking to the mountains in your life! The enemy will try to build an enormous mountain in front of you and try to convince you that it is going to stay there, but that mountain will be removed when you speak the Word to it and …

4. Refuse to doubt
Jesus said, Do not doubt in your heart. Have you ever noticed that sometimes when you have taken a stand of faith and spoken the Word to the mountain that doubts begin to come almost immediately? Instantly, the enemy comes and says, “Well, you know it is not going to last; it’s not going to work.” God forewarned us that these doubts would try to overtake us, which is why Jesus said, Do not doubt in your heart. When Jairus received the news that his daughter had died, Jesus turned to him and said, Fear not, only believe. Doubt is simply a manifestation of fear. When thoughts of doubt come, just say, “I will not doubt in my heart because I have faith in God!” As you are consistent and persistent in speaking to the mountain and refusing to doubt, the more confidently you will …

5. Believe your words
Believe that those things which you say will come to pass. When you do, you will be watchful of what you say. You won’t go around saying things that you don’t want to come to pass. As a matter of fact, beside the last part of verse 23, where is it says, “… he shall have whatsoever he saith,” I have written “good or bad.” This reminds me every time that I read that verse that whatever I say, good or bad …

6. I will have it
Here is where your answer is found. Faith has teeth and your teeth are in your mouth. You have to find the Word of God that pertains to your situation and bite into it with your teeth. You have got to clamp down on it and chew it. Then, you have got to speak those words to command the mountains of disease, lack, fear, confusion etc. to be removed from you. Bite down into the promises of God, and tell those mountains that they are not staying in your house or family!

Remember, you will have what you say, so speak the Word of God into the situations of your life. I continually confess Colossians 2:2-3, That their hearts might be comforted, being knit together in love, and unto all riches of the full assurance of understanding, to the acknowledgement of the mystery of God, and of the Father, and of Christ; In whom are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. I believe that I have what I say, that I partake of the treasures of wisdom and knowledge; that I will know the answer and what to do in every situation. If you will begin to speak these verse as a “whosoever,” not doubting in your heart, but believing that you have what you say, then revelation knowledge of the Word of God will come to you, fear will go, and you will be bold to step out and act in faith when faced with any situation.

If you are facing a mountain of lack, bite down on Philippians 4:19 and Proverbs 10:22. If you are facing a mountain of sickness, bite down on Isaiah 53:4-5 and 1 Peter 2:24. God has the Word to speak to every mountain.

Remember, your answer is still found in Mark 11:22-24. “And Jesus answering saith unto them, Have faith in God. For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith. Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them.”

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