Apostle Grace Lubega
Colossians 4:3 (KJV); Withal praying also for us, that God would open unto us a door of utterance, to speak the mystery of Christ, for which I am also in bonds
Paul urges the saints to pray for him that God may open up for him a door of utterance. This is more than an opportunity to preach the gospel.
The Greek word for UTTERANCE is logos. Utterance is the power of logos. Logos comes with its weight, and this weight implies that certain realms in the spirit have been opened up for you and have also opened themselves to you.
Many Christians don’t have results because their “doors of utterance” are closed. They have turned to vain jangling (1 Timothy 1:6).
Vain jangling means you speak and confess words but with no results.
They confess the Word of God, for example; “In the name of Jesus, I cannot fall sick,” but still fall sick while others die.
They say, “In the name of Jesus, I am rich,” but are beggarly.
This is only because their words don’t carry weight.
Child of God, the Lord has given you utterance that is heavy with the weight of the Spirit: a word that no continent of the world, demon or disease can stand. Walk in it.
The Bible says of such men that “they decree a thing and it is established” (Job 22:28).
When this door is opened unto you, you become conscious of the weight of your words, whatever you say has an effect, whether it is negative or positive.
FURTHER STUDY: Proverbs 18:21, Colossians 4:3
God has given you utterance that is heavy with the weight of the Spirit: a word that no continent of the world, demon or disease can stand. Walk in it.
PRAYER: Father, I thank you because you have given me a door of utterance. Thank you Lord because my words carry power and are very weighty in the spirit. They are too heavy for men to bear. They effect changes in the spirit world and in everything around me. In the name of Jesus. Amen.