Codye Reystead

Throughout the Scriptures, we read of God using His voice to bring forth—to create. The definition (according to Webster) of create is – to cause something to happen as a result of one’s actions. To bring something into being, to bring something about, to initiate, to form, to shape, to design, and to establish…


All He had to do was speak by His Spirit-wind command and God created the heavenlies, filled with galaxies and stars, the vast cosmos He wonderfully made. His voice scooped out the seas. The ocean depths He poured into vast reservoirs (Psalm 33:6 TPT).

The Creator God spoke, and at the thunderous sound of His voice, creation began. Light was birthed to beautifully illuminate the heavens, and matter came forth to form the land and the seas. By the power of His resonating voice, the void was filled with beauty. It was the sound of His voice that caused the earth to take its divine and ordered formation. It was His voice, His word spoken, that went forth to create the earth and all living things.

Even now, in ways far beyond what we can imagine, God continues to create with His words. As it was in the beginning, so it is today. Every time His voice resounds, something is created, and it’s the voice of God, the Word of God, that sustains all creation. God’s voice never fails to birth something new or bring something into being. It never fails to shape, form, and establish. It never fails to create…

It is the same with My word. I send it out, and it always produces fruit. It will accomplish all I want it to, and it will prosper everywhere I send it. (Isaiah 55:11 NLT)

Think of the moments when you have read Scripture or have heard it spoken, and the words seemed to suddenly ignite. The enduring Truth of Scripture has a way of coming alive to us, burning itself into our hearts, minds, and spirits…

For the word of God is alive and powerful. It is sharper than the sharpest two-edged sword, cutting between soul and spirit, between joint and marrow. It exposes our innermost thoughts and desires (Hebrews 4:12 NLT).

The Word of God is a weapon—a sword in our hands. It’s alive and it’s active. This is the bold, even aggressive, nature of Scripture. It’s the voice of the Eternal One, God the Creator in written form. Whether it’s being read or spoken, Scripture is alive with the creative power of God. Thereby, when we
actively partake of the Scriptures, we, in essence, breathe the voice of God into our inner man. What holds true in the natural holds true in the supernatural. This is why reading and meditating on Scripture is so vital—because it is the breath of God, the creative power of God actively filling the heart and lungs of our inner man….

Just as we can starve the body of oxygen, we can starve the inner man of its sustenance as well. Paul writes in Second Timothy 3:16, “All scripture is God-breathed....” As we breathe Scripture into our inner man, we are in essence inhaling the breath and the voice of God. And what we absorb of the voice and the Word of God, we can then exhale into the atmospheres around us. As a result, those around us are then literally exposed to the breath of God—His voice released into our atmospheres.

Therefore, when we speak Scripture into the atmosphere, we are partnering with God to create new atmospheres. Scripture holds the supernatural ability to create both within us and through us. As sons and daughters of God, our voice inherently hosts the creative power of Heaven and holds that same creative power to go forth and create new atmospheres. Therefore, it is crucial that we come into a greater realization of the weightiness of our words—and the power of what we choose to say and

There is a powerful creative permanence God will grant to our words, both written and spoken, when they are reflective of His heart and of His nature.

If we desire to expand His Kingdom here on Earth, we must intentionally use
our words as a creative expression of Heaven. We must pursue the voice of
God so that we will speak as He speaks, reflecting His heart and His nature to
the atmospheres and world around us.

Codye Reystead

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