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According to Pastor Betty Miller, as Christians, our confession should be what we term a “Biblical confession” instead of just a “positive affirmation or confession.” We are not talking about confessing our sins here, but rather confessing or acknowledging with our mouth the truths from God’s Word. Certainly the Bible tells us to confess our sins, but that is not the only confession we need to make. We are also told to confess or speak out loud the promises of God, in faith, so we can receive them.
We need to clarify the difference between the so-called “positive affirmations or confessions” taught by the success propagators in the world and a “Bible confession.” Many times, their confessions are directed toward “self,” not toward God’s Word. They build their “castles in the sky,” but they are not founded on the Word of God; instead they are based on what they desire for themselves. For example, you will probably never hear them confessing the following portion of God’s Word, “If we suffer, we shall also reign with him; if we deny him, he also will deny us.” (2 Timothy 2:12) We must begin confessing what the Word of God has to say about our lives and circumstances instead of what those in the world may speak about the situation.
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