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Sunday 12th March, Today’s Article: Fix Your Gaze On Truth


And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free (John 8:32).

Truth liberates, uplifts, blesses, and transforms. Truth inspires and energizes you. And what is truth? Truth is the Word of God. John 17:17 says, “…thy Word is truth.” Guiding us into all truth is the ministry of
the Holy Spirit; it’s something that God wants for your life.

He is the Spirit of truth. Truth is reality. One day, the Lord showed me something really remarkable about knowing and walking in truth. I’ve
mentioned it on different fora, but it bears repeating. It was about a man who was diagnosed with cancer and was told he had only a short time to live.

But when the Lord showed me the same man in a vision, He said, “Look at him; he’s been diagnosed with cancer; therefore, he believes he has cancer. But in reality, there’s no cancer.” Then I looked at the man and there was no cancer in his body.

That means factually, there was cancer, but when you superimpose the truth on facts, the facts will change and line up with truth. This is what many don’t realise. But that’s how to walk with God; that’s how to live with God. You superimpose His Word—the Truth—on the facts and
circumstances of life.

It brings to mind what 2 Corinthians 4:18 says: “…for the things which are seen are temporal…”; that means they’re subject to change. The growth or tumour may be there, but the Word of God—which is the TRUTH and the reality—says you’re perfected in Christ.

Take your eyes away from facts; fix your gaze on truth, on the reality of God’s Word, which confirms and guarantees your victory, divine health, prosperity, dominion, and glorious life in Christ. Glory to God!


Dear Father, your Word is truth on which I fix my gaze. Your Word confirms my prosperity, divine health, victory, dominion, and glorious life in Christ. I make progress from glory to glory by living in and by the Word, which produces for me and in me the reality that it conveys, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.


Jonah 2:8; Romans 4:20-21; 2 Corinthians 4:16-18

1-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Mark 15:1-20 & Numbers 32-33

2-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Matthew 22:15-22 & Exodus 21

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