Tetelestai

John 19:30
So when Jesus had received the sour wine, He said, “It is finished!” And bowing His head, He gave up His spirit.

Jesus’ final words on the cross were very significant. He said “It is finished”. The Greek word for “It is finished” is Tetelestai, which means ‘fully paid for’. When Jesus said ‘it is finished’, He simply declared double jeopardy. Double jeopardy prevents a person from being tried or punished twice for the same offence. That means the consequences of every form of sin in the past, present and future have been fully paid for through the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus. Therefore, sudden death is illegal in your life. Working without profit, poverty, every cause of stress, all the ordinances or handwriting that could possibly stop your progress have been fully paid for; no longer on credit. It is injustice of the highest order, for you to suffer what Jesus has already suffered and died for.

The reality of “it is finished” cannot take effect in your life by itself, except you put it in your mouth and declare it boldly with understanding over your situation. Confidence comes from understanding it. The word of God in your heart, released through your mouth in faith brings about the manifestation. Angels are waiting to execute your spoken word. Remember, the payment has been made, so it is time to make a demand.

Boldly declare, Christ has paid the price, it is now time for me to walk in liberty. I have the receipt for my healing and health, which is the written word of God. Therefore, I decree and declare “it is finished” over every experience that is contrary to the blessing in my life. No one pays for an offence twice, Christ suffered so I would not suffer again. Therefore, every negative experience in my household comes to an end right now. My body responds to and functions according to the Zoë life in my spirit in Jesus name.

PRAYER:
From today, I invoke the ‘It is Finished’ order over every area of struggle in my health, career, finances, family and marriage. I walk in liberty and victory.

MEDITATE ON:
Isaiah 53:5

Saturday, March 18th 2017

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