“A man’s stomach shall be satisfied from the fruit of his mouth: From the produce of his lips he shall be filled.” (Proverbs 18:20, NKJV)
Have you ever thought about it, what you say is producing something? The words you speak are producing just what you say. If you say your body is tired, tiredness will be produced in your body. If you say you are sick, sickness will be produced in our body. If you say you can’t do a thing, the inability to do that thing will be produced in your life.
It is so important that we speak what we want to produce. Solomon tells us “From the produce of his lips he shall be filled.” As I shared with you yesterday, be careful what you say to yourself and about yourself. You are producing what you say. In other words, what you say is a seed that is sown and you will reap the harvest thereof.
1. From the seeds sown from your mouth what kind of fruit are you producing?
2. Taking a retrospective look back on the words you have spoken in the past, what kind of fruit can you expect from those seeds sown?
3. What are you producing in others by what you say to them, about them, on their behalf?
Let the seeds you sow with your mouth be only positive words of encouragement and affirmation. Remember, you are “satisfied” from the fruit of our mouth. And from the produce of your lips you shall be filled. Therefore, what you speak begs the question, “WHAT ARE YOU PRODUCING?”