Do we sometimes limit the power of God’s Word in our lives? My brother, my sister, let’s stop a minute and meditate on today’s powerful verse. As we are walking with the Lord, we should realise that His words can change our lives forever! Yes, God’s Word is alive! It is a living force that will bring life and victory to any circumstance you may face. The Lord Jesus said: “It is written: Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God” (Matthew 4:4). Why? Because the Word of God is God’s personal promise to you. Whenever you have to make a decision or you encounter obstacles in life, first find what the Word says for that specific situation. You see, the Bible says: “The tempter came to him and said, ‘If you are the Son of God, tell these stones to become bread’” (Matthew 4:3). This happen after God had declared Jesus this: “This is my Son, whom I love” (Matthew 3:17). What should we understand with this? Just that the devil will always try to make us believe something that God did not say about us. Therefore, keep the Word of God closer to your heart to avoid being deceived by the devil. You see, through this statement, “The words I have spoken to you – they are full of the Spirit and life” (John 6:63), Jesus is teaching us to see His Promises through the eyes of faith. My friend, your natural mind or the biased side of your mind cannot comprehend the things of the Spirit. In order words, God’s Word is not bound by the laws of the natural world or our senses. The world was created by the Spoken Word of God (Genesis 1). This world and the very existence of life was conceived by God in the spirit realm, then made manifested in the natural realm. That is why “Jesus looked at them and said, ‘With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God” (Mark 10:27). My friend, whatever answers or solutions you are looking for in this life are found in what the Word of God says about them… so, stick to the Word of God, for it is spirit and life. Stay blessed in Jesus’ name.