As a born-again believer, I knew I was a king and a priest, and Ecclesiastes says that when a king speaks the Word, there is power. My Pastor had just preached a message on the “power to command,” so I was empowered to use by God-given authority to command this unwanted situation out of my life. As the official proceedings for a review began, I sought for a specific Word from God that I could stand on for the duration of the situation.
I had prayed over my situation and then opened my Bible expecting to hear from heaven. When I looked down, I was in the book of Ezekiel. This is not a book I typically would go to, but as I was looking at the page I had opened to, the Scripture passage that leaped out at me was Ezekiel 21:27. That one Scripture has fueled my faith, kept me encouraged, and kept my focus throughout the entire four-year journey. But as you’ll see if you stay with me throughout the journey, there were many more Words given to me either through God’s Word, by way of prophecy, or in a devotional. When God wants to get a message to you, He’ll find a way!
27 “I will overturn, overturn, overturn, it: and it shall be no more, until he/she come whose right it is; and I will give it him/her.” (Ezekiel 21:27 KJV). That verse of Scripture became my daily confession and I still thank Him for overturning it to this day. That’s exactly what God did on August 17, 2018, and then again on September 18, 2018. Understanding my “authority” as a believer to command unwanted things out of my life was first. Then getting my “Word” from Heaven and acting on that Word were my most important actions of faith. Then by believing and speaking out “my Word,” I knew God was working on my behalf and nothing could stop me–I was in perpetual motion. The heart of faith speaks, which is also an action! Remember, faith without corresponding action (works) is dead. My faith was and is alive.