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My friend and I decided to do an experiment on the power of words. We both cooked some rice. I placed an equal amount in identical containers and placed both containers on a shelf in my bedroom, side by side. I wrote a “blessing” and a “curse” and taped them on to the top of each rice container. I then read each statement aloud. The blessed rice I called “Jacob” and the cursed rice I called “Esau.” These were Biblical brothers, one blessed the other cursed. It was amazing! Within a few weeks the blessed rice looked nearly exactly the same as when I began the experiment, but the cursed rice…..! It got moldy!! The same thing happened with my friend’s experiment. When I told my sister she did the same thing and got the same results….WOW! The power of our words!

2 Comments

  1. Yes this is true. Words are powerful. You don’t get what other people say but what you say. Mark 11: 23. You can be snared by your own words Proverbs 6: 2. You can overcome with your words. Revelation 12: 11. Watch what you say; about yourself or your family, about your career and your future. WATCH.

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