As I wrote yesterday, “it is written” is a powerful statement that we as believers can use on a daily basis in our fight against the enemy.
It was not only Jesus that used the phrase “it is written”.
Others used this phrase and actually used it to write more Scripture.
Luke used it as he composed the Book of Acts (Acts 1 v 20, 7 v 42, 13 v 33 15 v 15 and 23 v 5).
Paul used it as he wrote his epistles to the Romans, the Corinthians (1 and 2) and the Galatians (too many references to type out).
The writer to the Hebrews used it (Hebrews 10 v 7).
Peter used “it is written” in his first letter to the church (1 Peter 1 v 16).
What we have to remember is that all Scripture is God breathed, so it is God really who is using the term “it is written” (2 Timothy 3 v 16 and 17).
God is showing us throughout His Word how powerful that Word is.
“It is written”, “the Bible says”, “it says in God’s Word” are phrases that we should be using all day and every day.
These words should be integral parts of our prayers as we use God’s word in that area of our lives.
We can only do this however if we know the Word, if we are studying it and “getting into it”.
As ever, I encourage you to “get into the Word” and see your life changed for the better, see the enemy flee as you speak out and pronounce God’s goodness over your life.
Speak this out today…..”Thank you for your Word and thank you that it is a weapon I can use again and again”.
Galatians 3 v 13…..Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us: for it is written, Cursed is every one that hangeth on a tree