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By Brenda Kunneman
 
 
 

A Word in Your Mouth

[Sunday, January 14]

“I shall touch your mouth this day, says the Lord. Don’t worry about who you shall speak to or what you shall say. I shall give you the words and your hearers shall encounter My presence upon your lips!”



Prophetic Scripture:

Then the Lord put forth his hand, and touched my mouth. And the Lord said unto me, Behold, I have put my words in thy mouth (Jeremiah 1:9).

The Lord must have known that we get concerned over having the right words to say at the right times because there are so many accounts in Scripture where the Lord encouraged people not to be concerned over what they were to say in difficult situations. The Lord reminded Moses that He would provide him the right words when
he was to speak to Pharaoh (see Exod. 4:10-12). Jesus reminded His disciples that they didn’t need to be concerned with what to say when they were falsely accused (see Mark 13:11). He also reminded them that their words would be so supernatural to the point they wouldn’t even have to pre-plan what to speak! They were to expect a miraculous divine utterance.

The Bible says not one of Samuel’s words fell to the ground (see 1 Sam. 3:19). That is because God divinely put His Word in Samuel’s mouth.

If God could put the right words in the mouths of these people, He will do the same for you. Expect God’s Word to come from your mouth today, and when you speak, God’s presence will be upon your words!


Prayer:

Father, I thank You that Your words are in my mouth today. As I speak to those who I must communicate with, I am asking that divine utterance will come from my mouth. Place Your hand upon my lips and let me speak under the anointing of your presence in everything I say! In Jesus’ Name, amen.

 

 

Taken from The Daily Prophecy devotional book published by Destiny Image.  For a complete collection of Brenda Kunneman's daily prophecies, click here to order The Daily Prophecy.


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