In the above picture you can see Joseph Prince claiming that we need to speak God's Word over our situation. He then takes John 15:7 out of context and claims that, "Your miracle is in your mouth!" This Word of Faith heresy is a teaching that stretches back to E.W. Kenyon and it teaches that our words have power and that we, like God in Genesis 1, can speak things into existence. The heresy very much resembles the words of the serpent in Genesis 3:5, "You will be like God."
While Joseph Prince uses John 15:7 as a proof text, we must look at the overall context to determine if that is accurate. The overall text doesn't appear to be about "Speak[ing] God's Word over your situation" or "Power [being] released." Quite differently, the passage is about God being glorified through believers bearing fruit and obeying His commandments.
To close it off Prince said "Your miracle is in your mouth!" This mirrors a similar quote by Joel Osteen. About Osteen's quote, John MacArthur pointed to Isaiah 6:5 (ESV), where Isaiah said, "Woe is me! For I am lost; for I am a man of unclean lips, and I dwell in the midst of a people of unclean lips; for my eyes have seen the King, the LORD of hosts!" (Emphasis Added).
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Brandon C. Hines is a young writer from somewhere in northern Alabama who writes about Theology, Polemics, and Apologetics. His beliefs are best summarized by the 1689 London Baptist Confession.
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