The words you speak send information to your mind. It is important to understand that your words are more important than your thoughts because your words are the principal controlling power of your thoughts. In other words, your words control or fashion your thoughts. (See Psalms 34:13, Peter 3:10)
All of your life's issues arise according to the level of information available to you. These are what bear influence on your life. Good or bad, things will occur in life as sure as night follows day. However, the reactions and responses you put up these will determine your future success or failure.
It is not possible for one to develop or to excel beyond what the mind tells him or her, or to put it another way. It is not possible to excel beyond the level of information that is held in the mind. This is irrespective of the endeavour in which you find yourself.
Sometimes differences arise partly from incomplete information. We are finite. And we should admit that there are cases of uncertainty. But often the differences become exacerbated because of sinful inclinations underneath the surface, which incline us to prefer our own ideas and not to submit to what is less comfortable. We must be cautious about accusing anyone else of sin. We don't know people's hearts. But we must also avoid being naïve about the subtlety of sin and the corrupting effects of sin on the mind - our own minds, not only the mind of the other fellow.
William Marrion Branham, Mike Murdock, Justice Kojo Bentil, Billy Graham, Pastor Mensa Otabil, Dag Heward Mills, Benson Andrew Idahosa, Dr. Myles Munroe, Jerry J. Panou, Rick Rigsby, Bishop Tudor Bismark, David O. Oyedepo, Martin Luther King Jr., David Ibiyeomie, T. B. Joshua, Kenneth E. Hagin, Smith Wigglesworth, John C. Hagee, Brian Houston, Adrian Pierce Rogers, Ravi Zacharias, Derek Prince,