Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear (Hebrews 11:3).
The Greek word translated “framed” in the opening scripture is “Katartizo,” which is to repair, frame, perfect, mend and restore. This lets us know that by applying the right faith principles you can “frame,” repair, restore or recreate your world. Through faith, we understand that God framed, mended, restored and perfected the material world. He framed the visible world from the unseen, revealing to us the power of faith.
Another word to study in our theme verse is “world,” which is translated from the Greek word “aion.” “Aion” refers to the structure and administration of one’s life; how things go with you from day to day, including how they affect your hopes and aspirations. It also refers to the world’s system with respect to socio-economic structures and environmental management of a period in human history, including its arts and sciences.
Bringing this home to your personal life, you can frame how things go with you from day today by speaking forth God’s Word. God made the whole world by speaking forth words; and as His kids, we have the same creative power inherent in us because we’re made in His image and in His likeness. There’s a creative force in us, to frame the kind of life and environment we desire. We can alter our destinies and change the course of events in our world through faith-filled words.
This is the key to recreating your life and fulfilling your dreams. Speak forth today, what you want to see in your life and frame your “aion.” As you utter those words of faith, the Holy Spirit will incubate on them and make them a reality. It makes no difference what has happened in your life in the past; there’s hope for a change. The power for that change is in your mouth. Speak words of faith, blessing and power and recreate your world! Perfect, mend and restore everything in your “aion!”