Machaira with Apostle Bennie, Meditation, The word of God

EPISODE 391 – WORKING THE WORD 7

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Sunday 18th February, 2024

WORKING THE WORD 7



“But what does it say? “The word is near you, in your mouth and in your heart” (that is, the word of faith which we preach)” 

Romans 10:8 (NKJV)



The Word of God works and does not fail.

And the unfailing potency of the Word is demonstrated by UTTERANCE.

You don’t work the Word by being silent, you work the Word by speaking.

That is the purpose of the Word in your heart.

God’s word doesn’t produce results until it is spoken.

At every given time when God wanted to bring His Word to pass, He had to speak what He wanted to produce.

There was nothing God created in Genesis, without first speaking into being. Your mouth is mainly an instrument in your body for speaking things into being.

The vocalizing or speaking of the Word is the highest point of meditation. At the point of the speech, the seed of the Word has blossomed.

The Word you vocalize at the peak of your meditation is not the same as when it was sown in your heart as a seed.

The words you utter at the peak of your meditation of the Word are saturated with deep and lasting impressions. They are words which go forth with faith and the strong certainty of manifestation.

These vocalized Words are called Rhema!

In the New Testament, there are two basic Greek words for “The Word of God”, these are “LOGOS” and “RHEMA”.

Logos refers to the person of the Word; Jesus the living Word (John 1:1) and also the aggregate inspired word or thoughts of God. (2 Timothy 3:16). Logos is the expression of the thoughts of God in speech or written form.

Whereas “Rhema” is that definite, specific and accurate word of God to you in the now. It is the present Word of God which has germinated in your heart and is burning on your lips.

When you read or study the scriptures, memorize a specific verse for regurgitation and internalization. As you continue thinking about the verse, mutter it to yourself till you begin to vocalize and shout it with joy.

At this point, the power of the Word has been activated through meditation. It is now more than a seed, it becomes a weapon of faith (the Rhema word is both a shield and a sword). When you speak forth the Word as Rhema, it becomes a farmer’s sickle or a reaping-hook.

The Word goes into your heart as a seed, and through meditation, it comes out as the rhema word for harvesting.

Which area of your life are you seeing challenges and problems?

Get the Word of God into your heart as a seed.

Meditate on it until you take hold of the Rhema in your heart.

And then speak it out with boldness to harvest your answers.

“For he spoke, and it came to be; he commanded, and it stood firm.” Psalm 33:9 (ESV)

Oh glory to God, there is a shout in my spirit.

Beloved, until you speak forth the Word, you shall not see a performance.

No matter the matter, don’t speak your fears, don’t speak your challenges, SPEAK THE RHEMA OF GOD IN YOUR HEART!

This is how you see the working ability of the Word of God.

Hallelujah!

DIG DEEPER
(Psalm 107:20,25; Psalm145:15; Psalm 147:18; James 1:22-25; Psalm 119:11, Deuteronomy 6:5-6; 29:9; Isaiah 46:10)
 
WE PRAY
We pray that through the meditation of the Word, we will take hold of the definite Rhema for the now.

In the name of Jesus!
 
BIBLE READING IN THE YEAR 2024
Deuteronomy 15-18
 
DECLARE THESE WORDS:
– I am given to the meditation of the Word
 
– Through meditation, I set my heart and mind on the Word of God.
 
– I have the discipline and diligence to continuously meditate on the Word.
 
Oh Hallelujah!!!

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Akporhor Cynthia
Akporhor Cynthia
3 months ago

God’s word doesn’t produce results until it is spoken.
Thank you Apostle sir
God bless you

I’m God’s extension in the earth when I show up, burdens are lifted, and yoke are destroyed. Ha!!!

Nana Akua Gayles
Nana Akua Gayles
3 months ago

Haaaa!!

Emmanuel Opoku
Emmanuel Opoku
3 months ago

Glory!

I realised that, even in our daily endeavours, the reality of a happening really hit the heart with much intensity when you begin to meditate on a matter. Suddenly, you catch yourself muttering and mummering. Sometimes it drives you to take an action, either offensive or defensive.

Indeed, the word works when we speak it out through diligent meditation.

Simon Christ
Simon Christ
3 months ago

I don’t speak my fears I speak the word of God in me

Simon Christ
Simon Christ
3 months ago

I don’t keep quiet I make utterances

Simon Christ
Simon Christ
3 months ago

The word of God works in my life because I meditate on it.

Simon Christ
Simon Christ
3 months ago

Logos is the expression of the thoughts of God in speech or written form.
Whereas “Rhema” is that definite, specific and accurate word of God to you in the now. It is the present Word of God which has germinated in your heart and is burning on your lips.
Thank You Jesus

Linda Teye
Linda Teye
3 months ago
Reply to  Simon Christ

The word burns on my lips

Simon Christ
Simon Christ
3 months ago

I refuse to be quiet about my utterances.

Nana Adomaa
Nana Adomaa
3 months ago

Thy word have I hid in my heart

Nana Adomaa
Nana Adomaa
3 months ago

I don’t keep quite I speak thy word

Francis
Francis
3 months ago

Oh glory to God, there is a shout in my spirit.

Francis
Francis
3 months ago

I take hold of the definite Rhema for the now through Meditation.
Thank you Holy Spirit.

Last edited 3 months ago by Francis
Francis
Francis
3 months ago

I WORK THE WORD OF GOD BY SPEAKING DAILY
IM A TALKER
I CANNOT BE SILENCED

Daniel F. Agbosu
Daniel F. Agbosu
3 months ago

All along people have made rhema look like it it higher than Logos. Now I understand that if you don’t have no logos, you can’t catch any rhema. And rhema spoken it the highest form of meditation..this is amazing reality

Belinda Teye
Belinda Teye
3 months ago

I work the word by vocalizing it

Belinda Teye
Belinda Teye
3 months ago

Rhema  is the present Word of God which has germinated in your heart and is burning on your lips

Thank you Sir for this insight

Belinda Teye
Belinda Teye
3 months ago

The cycle of working the word
Heyyaaa

I know how to work the word

Last edited 3 months ago by Belinda Teye
Nuel
Nuel
3 months ago

The power of every word is in it’s speaking.

Until one speaks the word, you will not see it happen. God himself had to speak to bring to bear what He wanted to see.

Glory

Linda Teye
Linda Teye
3 months ago

The word does not fail for me because I utter the word

Linda Teye
Linda Teye
3 months ago

I work the word by speaking the word

Linda Teye
Linda Teye
3 months ago

I meditate on the word until I take hold of the Rhema in my heart

Linda Teye
Linda Teye
3 months ago

I speak the word out with boldness to harvest my answers

Dei Edmund
Dei Edmund
3 months ago

I speak forth the Word always.
My heart and meditation is full of God’s Rhema…….. Im saturated by God’s Word
I speak
I speak
Always…..

Andrews Kofi Sarpong
Andrews Kofi Sarpong
3 months ago

I speak the internalised word- that is the RHEMA of God in my heart

Benjamin okyere
Benjamin okyere
3 months ago

Take note that you don’t put square shapes in circular holes
So as you speak the word think in line with it because we can speak and think differently from our utterances and that will not yield results except his mercies makes it happen

But for consistent results speak as you think

Nana Akua Gayles
Nana Akua Gayles
3 months ago

I take note
Thank you sir

Addo Ebenezer
Addo Ebenezer
3 months ago

Thank you lord Jesus..
Ooh!!, surely Sure.. indeed the Word cometh as a seed unto heart but I don’t quite there but rather press in and speak them as a rhema and see performance..

Oooh, thy Word thy will speak and command..

Nana Akua Gayles
Nana Akua Gayles
3 months ago
Reply to  Addo Ebenezer

Heyaaaa

Nkrumah Charles Sarkodie
Nkrumah Charles Sarkodie
3 months ago

The purpose of the word in my heart is that is to be worked. The word is not meant to be just cultivated in my heart but that its potency will be manifest through utterance.
Speaking the word is the highest point of meditation. At the speaking of that specific which was sown as a seed in my heart and has now become a rhema through intense medition, there is the release of power. Hallelujah!

Nana Akua Gayles
Nana Akua Gayles
3 months ago

Praise the Lord

There’s the release of power

Axor israel
Axor israel
3 months ago

No matter the matter, i don’t speak my fears, i don’t speak my challenges,I SPEAK THE RHEMA OF GOD IN MY HEART!

Nana Akua Gayles
Nana Akua Gayles
3 months ago
Reply to  Axor israel

Haaaaa

I speak forth the word

Wisdom Elvis
Wisdom Elvis
3 months ago

No matter the matter, I don’t speak my fears, I don’t speak my challenges, I SPEAK THE RHEMA OF GOD IN MY HEART!
Hallelujah!

Wisdom Elvis
Wisdom Elvis
3 months ago

I have the discipline and diligence to continuously meditate on the Word.

Wisdom Elvis
Wisdom Elvis
3 months ago

I always utter the word. I keep quiet.

Nana Akua Gayles
Nana Akua Gayles
3 months ago
Reply to  Wisdom Elvis

Cmon nowww

I don’t keep quiet

Wisdom Elvis
Wisdom Elvis
3 months ago

Through the meditation of the Word, I take hold of the definite Rhema for the now.

Prince Semanu
Prince Semanu
3 months ago

Wow, the Word of God goes into my heart as a seed, and through meditation, it comes out as the rhema word for harvesting.
Through meditation, I set my heart and mind on the Word of God.

Last edited 3 months ago by Prince Semanu
Vincent Mensah
Vincent Mensah
3 months ago

This is exact
When the Word dominates you through meditation, rhema comes as a strong solution in the face of adversity.

I set my heart on the Word

Last edited 3 months ago by Vincent Mensah
Emmanuel Nanor
Emmanuel Nanor
3 months ago

I vocalise God word
Through meditation of God word’s word I hold onto the definite rhema for the now
Thank you dear Lord Jesus

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