Identifying Limiting Conversations

Of all the limiting conversations, the most pernicious is the victim conversation, and we always address it head on. Every problem you’ve ever had in your life, they’ve all had one thing in common. You were there. Having problems in life is inevitable. We all face problems in life that puts us in a position of being vulnerable. Acceptance is the key in facing problems. When Job went through trials and persecution, he said

“Naked I came from my mother’s womb, and naked I will depart. The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away; may the name of the Lord be praised” (Job 1:21).

Job accepted what had happened to him. He still acknowledged God despite the things that bothered him. He continued in his stand in the Lord –remaining faithful – even when his wife and even his very close friends are persecuting him. In this kind of stand, despite the fact that he is being seen as a victim, he chose to stay in his victorious position in God.

As he chose to stay in his victorious position in God, he declared God in his life. When this happened, God blessed him even more. The Lord blessed the latter part of Job’s life more than the first. He had fourteen thousand sheep, six thousand camels, a thousand yoke of oxen and a thousand donkeys. And he also had seven sons and three daughters… Nowhere in all the land were there found women as beautiful as Job’s daughters, and their father granted them an inheritance along with their brothers. After this, Job lived a hundred and forty years; he saw his children and their children to the fourth generation. And so he died, old and full of years (Job 42:12-17).

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Commitment – BIG Word!

Commitment is connected to the possibility of change. Breakthrough results are only made possible when there is a committed action. A lot of us live in an atmosphere that we agree needs a little change in one way or the other. However, we don’t even notice how our conversations DO NOT create change. They’re mostly commentaries, as if we’re watching our lives played back to us as a movie, and we’re just making comments:

“What a horrible day at work!”

“You’re treating me so badly.”

“My life is a mess.”

All of these statements are comments that describe your life. What you are saying that is creating actual change for your situation? When you shift the way you speak into the direction of making commitments, your conversations would definitely transform — so would your life:

“Lord, I am believing you for a promotion this month.”

“God, can you help me be a better spouse?”

“I offer my life to you, Lord Jesus!”

How are these statements more powerful than the ones in the previous set? No matter how much you talk about things that you hate about your life, conversations that simply describe your current situation won’t help you.

Talk about the future. Talk about what you are committed to do. Dedicate it all up to the Lord.

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