Miracle In Your Mouth

Your mouth contains more than a tongue, and teeth.  It is also full of miracles.

If you believe the bible, this will be helpful, even eye (and mouth) opening.  Otherwise, it will just be more blabbering about the subject of positive confession. And let me say right now that miracles in your mouth have to do with a lot more than superstitiously saying positive stuff.

“Death and life are in the power of the tongue and they
that love it will eat the fruit thereof” – Proverbs 18:21

The Hebrew Word

The Hebrew word for power in this verse is “Yad.”   It is translated with various English words.  But, by far, yad is most often translated into the word, hand. As a matter of fact, it is only translated 12 times into the word, power. <probably because “hand” wouldn’t make sense to the English reader>

Invisible And Visible Worlds

The invisible world of God’s Kingdom is reflected in the visible world we see around us.  It’s important to realize that we can learn many things about the Kingdom of God simply by observing the functions of physical life around us.  That is true both in nature and the physical body.

Miracle Seeds

We learn from the physical world (as well as the human body) that that which is seen and that which is not seen start with seeds. So, let me share with you some of the simple word seeds that you plant with the hand of your tongue that will absolutely bear miracle fruit when they are given time to grow.

  • Thank you
  • Please
  • You’re Welcome
  • I’m wrong (I was wrong)
  • I love you
  • How can I help you
  • I’m proud of you
  • I’m sorry
  • Please forgive me
  • I need you

There are many more.  What seed words (phrases) do you use or can you think of that changes atmospheres and produces miracles?  Please comment.

One caution (and this is very important):

Just like Proverbs 18:21 says, the hand (power) of the tongue has the ability to create deathly results.  If you mix the two (life and death), you’ll seldom – if ever – experience the miracle results you desire.

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Gary



  • Melissa Kraklow

    Another phrase that can work miracles: “I forgive you.” All of these phrases have the potential to change the atmosphere not only for the person or people to whom they are said, but also for those within earshot…and they are “pay it forward” phrases, too.