Posted by: Pure Glory | 08/27/2018

Frame Your World

by Hazel Straub

Our words have great power. God created us in his image. When he spoke, he created and framed the universe. In the same way, we speak, framing and creating our world, with our tongue. Negativity in our speech invites more of the same. We can change our frame by agreeing with God.

Find a Bible verse to give a promise to the area of darkness in your life. Ask Holy Spirit to bring life to it as you read, decree and think on Scriptures.  Speak the Word of God with faith, it will frame your life with abundant life, changing your perspective.

God framed the world by speaking through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear. (Hebrews 11:3 KJV)

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  1. Amen! Great advice.

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  2. Wonderful pure glory. Amen to your post. Yes, our frame is frequently upside down. May we learn to reorient our frames to fit according to God’s frame. Nice one. Thanks for sharing.

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    • Yes, we need to please God and use his eyes to frame our world. It goes so much better when we do things God’s way rather than our own way. You are welcome!


  3. Focus as well as attitude do matter. Thank you.


  4. Powerful message


  5. AMEN to this statement: “Speak the Word of God with faith, it will frame your life with abundant life, changing your perspective.” God’s Word is indeed a powerful force! Thank you for these words of faith and for visiting my blog, From the Inside Out. I pray you’ll find the posts meaningful when you’re able to visit.


    • Nancy, the Word of God changes us from the inside. Thank you for visiting and commenting.


  6. Amen!

    Life and death is in the power of the tongue. Jesus said, whoever believes in Him; will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these! All we need is faith, the size of a mustard seed! A wonderful message and reminder!


    • Yes, our tongue gives power to what we say. So much better to speak in faith rather than in the flesh! Thank you, Warren, for your comment.

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  7. I just looked up a verse to encourage me to do the vacuuming, rather than spend more time reading encouraging Christian blogs and writing them! Guess what I found, “For if someone does not know how to manage his own household, how will he care for God’s church?” 1 Timothy 3:5. I’m off to clean. Thanks Hazel.

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    • Lauren, I had to laugh as I read your comment. I am sure the cleaning went well with that motivation. Blessings! H

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      • I did it!

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      • 🙂


  8. Good advice.

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  9. Such a beautiful reminder about the impact the words we speak have on our lives. God bless you

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    • Yes, our words have so much impact on our lives! Thank you! Blessings!


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