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Mystery of the Power Words: Speak the Words That Move Mountains and Make Hell Tremble

Mystery of the Power Words: Speak the Words That Move Mountains and Make Hell Tremble

by Kevin Zadai

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Chapter 1

Words Have Power

For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. —Hebrews 4:12

To minister life to people when you speak to them, you must use words, but your words must be anointed with power from the Holy Spirit. Jesus promised the Holy Spirit’s coming on the day of Pentecost when He said,

If you love Me, keep My commandments. And I will pray the Father, and He will give you another Helper, that He may abide with you forever.
—John 14:15-16

Why is this important? Ministering life to people has to do with yielding to God’s Holy Spirit and speaking the Word of God. The power of the Holy Spirit is joined together with the Word because they are the same in Heaven.

The Holy Trinity, the Godhead, consists of the Word of God, which is the Son; the Spirit of God, which is the breath of God; and the Father—and they are all working together. When you speak in this earthly realm, it is important to understand that you must have heavenly power from the Holy Spirit. Jesus promised us that the Helper comes to live with us forever.

Jesus answered and said to him, “If anyone loves Me, he will keep My word; and My Father will love him, and We will come to him and make Our home with him.”
—John 14:23

Jesus promised that the Holy Spirit would come and abide with us and be our Helper. Then He said He and the Father would make Their home in us if we love Him and keep His Word. When you put these two Scriptures together, John 14:15-16 and John 14:23, you can see that as a believer, you have the Trinity living inside you. When you speak and yield your spirit to the Holy Spirit, you are going to see the manifestation of the power of God. When you fall in love with God and His Word, you will be passionately walking in obedience because that is what God asks of you; He wants you to be obedient to His Word. So, we should want, not only to know His Word, but to also know His acts and His ways.

When the children of Israel were in the desert, Psalm 103:7 says, “[God] made known His ways to Moses, His acts to the children of Israel.”
I do not want to be a spectator; I want to be a participator. When you fall in love, you are going to obey God, and you are going to obey His Word. When you do that, you merge your spirit with God in a relationship. That relationship is passionate, and it causes you to manifest the power of the Spirit of God in your life. And the glory which You gave Me I have given them, that they may be one just as We are one: I in them, and You in Me; that they may be made perfect in one, and that the world may know that You have sent Me, and have loved them as You have loved Me. —John 17:22-23

What Jesus is showing us here is that once He goes to the Father, the Father is going to love us just like the Father loves Jesus. Then the Father is going to make us perfect and one with Jesus and Him. Jesus explains the glory that He shared with the Father is now going to be given to us, and we can participate in that glory. As you meditate on John 17:22-23, meditate on the fact that we are sharing in the glory of God. We are sharing in the oneness of the Godhead, and we are sharing in the love that the Father has. The Father loves His Son, and Jesus is saying, “I love You, Father, and You love Me, and the Father loves His children as much as He loves Me.” When the truth is spoken, it has to be anointed with this love and this glory. You have to be one in the Spirit of God. You are going to begin to walk in the power of God so that when you speak, your words have weight behind them in the Spirit. You must realize that satan and all of the demonic spirits down here can hear if you are connected in the Spirit with what you are saying. Your words have power when you connect with the Spirit of God. The Spirit of life that comes out of you must come out in the power of your words.

When I was in Heaven, I saw that Jesus bought us back to the restoration of Adam and even better. We were as Adam and Eve, who walked with God in the garden of Eden and saw Him face to face. When Jesus bought us back, that restoration causes us to be just like Adam and Eve in our inner man. Our bodies will still die because God has pronounced that our earthly bodies will only live a certain amount of years. Our souls—our minds, wills, and emotions— are not redeemed either, and they have to be transformed by the renewing of our minds, which is why we must allow our spirits to dominate our lives.

When your spirit is born again, you have to push out fear, and you have to push doubt away. You have to realize that the change must happen now in your body and your mind. Your spirit is born again, and you are now walking in the power of God. I had to learn to speak from my spirit and not from my head or my soul. If you begin to do that, then you will start to be a partaker of the divine nature because God made you in His image.

Speak from the Spirit Your spirit is the only part of you that has been born again. It is the only part that has changed. When you speak from your spirit, your words will have power. If you want the power of God in your life, and you want that manifestation, then you must cross over to where you learn to speak from down in your heart. You must watch the words that you speak. But I say to you that for every idle word men may speak, they will give account of it in the day of judgment. For Words Have Power 11 by your words you will be justified, and by your words you will be condemned. —Matthew 12:36-37

Jesus spoke this to me in person when I was with Him during a heavenly visitation. I met Him when I died on the operating room table in 1992. Jesus said, “Kevin, you will be held accountable for every idle word that you speak.” When I got back, I had to go and look that up because I did not know it was in the Bible, and I loved to talk!

Jesus was instructing me that I needed to tone it down a little bit and be careful about what I say because the tongue is a rudder. Look also at ships: although they are so large and are driven by fierce winds, they are turned by a very small rudder wherever the pilot desires. Even so the tongue is a little member and boasts great thing. —James 3:4-5

Jesus explained this verse to me and told me that the little rudder is your tongue. We will have to give an account on the day of judgment for every idle word that we have spoken. Jesus started to teach me, and He told me how everything started. Everything that you see in the universe is everything that is expanding at the same speed that God spoke it. Jesus said, “We decided what We were going to do as a Trinity, and then We spoke. We spoke what We believed in Our Hearts, and We framed the worlds.”

Jesus continued and said, “We made man in Our image, and in the same way, man is a speaking spirit; man is a living spirit.” Men and women of God have authority on the earth now. If you are born again, you can speak from the Spirit, and it has weight with God because we were made that way. God spoke the worlds into existence. When Jesus framed the worlds, they were formed out of something that did not exist, and so it is with us. We have to speak from our spirits.

Think about the things that you are going through right now and the things that are contrary to your life. From your spirit, you have to speak what is right, and you start to steer your life just as a ship is steered by a little rudder. Your tongue needs to change, and you are going to speak where you are going, and your world is going to be framed by your words. You must believe in your heart and then speak it out. We see this same principle in Genesis 1 when God spoke of creating Adam.

Then God said, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, and over the cattle, over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.” —Genesis 1:26

You are made in the image of God. What does that mean? When God made the worlds, He thought, He believed in His heart, and then He spoke, and man was framed out of nothing. Adam was then standing there, and God brought all of the animals to him. God told Adam to name all of the animals anything he wanted (see Gen. 2:19-20). Whatever Adam named them would be their name. If you see a giraffe, remember that Adam named that giraffe, and it stuck forever.

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