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Mark 11:21
And Peter calling to remembrance saith unto him, Master, behold, the fig tree which thou cursedst is withered away.
Reflections On The Scripture: In life, we all face 'fig trees,' obstacles standing tall before our path of progress, not bearing any fruit. This verse teaches us about the power of our words, as manifested by Jesus when He cursed the unfruitful fig tree, causing it to wither away. It's a vivid testament to the immense power God has vested in our words. When we harness this divine empowerment, voicing out positivity, hope, and faith, we can overcome any fig tree in our path, causing it to wither away. Let us always remember to use our words wisely, to speak life into our situations and not death, mirroring our Creator's divine authority. We are graced with the ability to bring those things which are not in alignment with God's will into submission through the power of our words, rooted in firm, unwavering faith.

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