The Infallible Impregnable Word


One day I was sitting in at home. All of a sudden I felt a hand touch my shoulder. I turned around to look, but there was no one there. Then the presence of God engulfed me and God spoke. He said, “Son, tell My people that everything that can be shaken is going to be shaken. Tell them to fix their faith on that which cannot be shaken.”

When you fix your faith on that which cannot be shaken, no theologian can destroy your position. No one can come along with a passing doctrine and sway you this way or that until you are in absolute confusion.

Receive this into your spirit: There is only one power in the world that cannot be shaken. It’s not the power of governments nor the power of men’s minds. It is the power of the Word of the Living God:

“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God…All things were made by him; and without him was not anything made that was made.” (John 1:1,3)

Put these two words into your spirit:

One: Infallible which means, “no margin for error.”

Two: Impregnable, which means “impossible to be taken by assault.”

The Word of God is infallible. That means it will never fail you. The Word of God makes you impregnable. That means the devil can throw anything and everything at you he wants to, but you can’t be taken because your faith is fixed on that which will never fail.

When you hear someone say that it is not God’s will for them to be well, you know they have bought the biggest lie the devil ever told. Don’t let anyone ever tell you that it is God’s will for you to be sick or afflicted. I have heard people go so far as to believe they are suffering their afflictions for Christ. This is worst yet, for then you are saying that what Christ suffered was not enough and you have been called to complete His work.

Did Jehoshaphat waver at the command of God? Did he sit down and say, “Now I wonder if it really is the will of God to deliver Judah from the hand of the enemy? Maybe we ought to really consider this for some time, because we certainly don’t want to go out and defeat the enemy if it is not God’s will.”

Sound silly? Yes, but no more silly than a born-again, Spirit filled Christian saying, “I wonder if it really is the will of God for me to have victory over this sin in my life? I wonder if it really is the will of God to save my husband or wife or bring back that wayward, prodigal son or daughter?”

Make this declaration:

I will fix my faith to that which cannot be shaken: The infallible impregnable Word of God.

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