Say What God Says To Your ‘Dry Bones’ – Pastor Alton Trimble

Daily Word for Sunday, August 9, 2015

Speak His Word - Final

Ezekiel is encouraged in Ezekiel 37:4 to “Prophesy to these bones, and say to them, O dry bones, hear the Word of the Lord.”

God says essentially to Ezekiel, “Speak My Word to the problem you see.” Hebrews 11:3 says, “By faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that the things which are seen were not made of things which are visible.”

So God says we understand, through faith, that unseen things (spoken words) can frame seen things (things in the world that are tangible). Now, how is it that by faith we understand that?

Well, faith is an act so through acting as God did in framing the worlds we have insight to how the worlds were framed by God.

So what did God do? In the first Chapter of Genesis, God speaks the worlds into existence. We repeatedly hear, “and God said” and  “let there be.”

What follows is “and there was” whatever He was speaking or “it was so.”

So God challenges us along with Ezekiel to speak His Word to our valleys of “Dry Bones” and watch the Holy Spirit begin to frame our world with His Word.

Have you noted that God has said something about every detail of our lives?

My friend, begin today saying what God says about your life and circumstances and keep on keeping on until you frame what’s needed in your worlds.

Peace and blessings!

3 thoughts on “Say What God Says To Your ‘Dry Bones’ – Pastor Alton Trimble

  1. God’s word is rich & powerful, and it does not return to Him void. The Word of God gives us the power we need to apply to every situation; therefore, we should never be stumped about a problem but when we pray God’s word and speak the Word to those issues, things begin to happen and the dry bones of our lives began to take on life. To God be the glory.

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  2. Michael

    Amen PT.
    God has given us all the faith that we need. Sometimes I need to remind myself to operate in full faith (100%) particularly when I find myself in those valleys of dry bones.

    We must humble ourselves and pray and speak to God when we are the valley. God loves when His children came to Him for help. I have to make sure I speak life to my valleys because the power of life and death is in the tongue.

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