Don Gossett & E.W. Kenyon

B. Childress
Mar 18 2012

“Whosoever offereth praise glorifieth me; and to him that ordereth his conversation aright will I shew the salvation of
 Psalm 50:23

Words of praise glorify the Lord!  I shall be a bold Praiser: one who praises the Lord.  My resolve: “I will bless the Lord
at all times; His praise shall continually be in my mouth” Psalm 34:1.  As a Praiser, I extol the Lord, not so much for His
gifts I receive, but I magnify the wonderful Giver Himself!

Words spoken in harmony with God’s Word work wonders, too.  I shall order my conversation aright.  No “corrupt words
shall proceed out of my mouth, but that which is good, to the use of edifying that it may minister grace to the hearers”
Ephesians 4:29.

Words of confession of God’s Word indeed work wonders.  My confession always precedes my possession.  The word
“confession” means to say the same thing.  I dare to say exactly what God says in His Word.  I agree with God by
speaking His Word in all circumstances.  

How Can I:

    Talk sickness when the Bible says, “With His stripes we are healed” Isaiah 53:5?

    Talk weakness when the Bible says, “The Lord is the strength of my life” Psalm 27:1?

    Talk defeat when the Bible says, “We are more than conquerors through Christ” Romans 8:37?

    Talk lack when the Bible says, “My God shall supply all my need” Philippians 4:19?

    Talk bondage when the Bible says, “The Son has made me free” John 8:36?

When I order my words aright, God manifests to me the benefits of His great salvation.  “With the mouth confession is
made unto salvation” Romans 10:10.  With my mouth I make confession unto salvation, which includes healing,
deliverance and every spiritual and physical blessing provided for us in Christ.  By words I overcome Satan (Revelation

I know also that words can work blunders.  Most of our troubles are tongue troubles (Proverbs 21:23).  A negative
confession precedes possession of wrong things (Proverbs 6:2).  With the mouth confession can be made unto
sickness, defeat, bondage, weakness, lack and failure.  I refuse to have a bad confession.

My words work wonders.  Words of praise.  Words confessing God’s Word.  Words of bold authority expelling satanic
power.  Words of singing.  Yes, words are the “coin of the kingdom.”  I boldly speak words that work wonders!


THE POWER OF YOUR WORDS, by Don Gossett & E.W. Kenyon, Copyright 1981, Whitaker House.