have you ever looked at mighty buildings, like a large hospital or school or a bridge or large statues, and thought wow that is really impressive, I could never do anything like that or create it, imagine all the millions of dollars budgeted to build it, the thousands of workers and time involved. But, it all began with words. Words that began with a politician or an a lobbyist or an activist or just a mum or dad who needed something or maybe it was a committee or just ordinary men and women sitting around having cups of coffee planning the future development of the city. Words began it, originated it, created it. The money, the manpower, the obstacles of mountains or rivers were just things subject to the power of Words. The origin of the Statue of Liberty is sometimes traced to a comment made by French law professor and politician in 1865. In after-dinner conversation at his home. Matthew 8 7Jesus said to him, "I will come and heal him." 8But the centurion said, "Lord, I am not worthy for You to come under my roof, but just say the word, and my servant will be healed.. Words have power like ...marry me...I do....I will...can't...help me... Words of praise, words of gossip, words that build up or tear down. You can't really judge a person on looks, but as soon as they speak .... A decision can be the words yes or no, and If you say I won't decide you have already said no. So say after me... I am a child of the living God, He will prosper me and heal me, He will show me His ways and lead me. He will forgive me and change me and protect me. or any such words of faith, but do you want to say those words? or are they screwing your mind up with all sorts of debates about one thing or another about who you are and your relationship with Him? The Words are in your mouth, not on the moon. Is the past somehow in the present to suffocate your words? it exist only in your mind, the bondages of an abused childhood, the guilt of things done wrong, don't they? Who are you actually today? this minute. Here are some words: I am free in Christ.