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Dr. Bill Peters

Day 1: Read Hebrews 10:35 “Cast not away therefore your confidence, which has great recompense of reward.” The Greek word for confidence is parrhesia “meaning free-spokeness, or boldness.” Boldness as a noun has the following meanings: courage, intrepid, steep, adventurous, daring, thinker, dauntless, brave.Review your personal confidences or boldness.

Day 2: Read Hebrews !0:35-39 In the Greek word parrhesia (free-spokeness) free has this meaning: having liberty, not controlled by others, independent, not allowing slavery, not subject to duty, tax, or other charges. released or not suffering from something unpleasant, given without charge, made or done voluntarily, spontaneous, lavish plentiful, open, frank, not obstructed, clear. not fastened or bound. Review how your free-spokeness measurers up with your confidence in light of its many definitions.

Day 3: Read Hebrews 10:35, Proverbs 18:21 “life and death are in the power of the tongue and those who love it will eat its fruit.” The Greek word parrhesia also includes the word spoken which is a participle of the word speak. The definition of the word speak means to utter words, to express orally, to make known ones thoughts, feelings or opinions in words. Review how your speech is affecting your spiritual & natural life and confidence.

Day 4: Read Hebrews 10:35 Recompense of reward: is from the Greek word (misthapodosia) The word mistha is the word for money, a person’s salary, or a payment that is due. It is primarily used in an industrial or commercial context to denote payment, salary or reward that was given for a job preformed. However when it becomes the word misthapodosia) it refers to payment or a recompense, reimbursement, settlement, or reparation. Recall all the money that is due you and has not been paid. Call it back!

Day 5: Read Hebrews 6:10 “For God is not unrighteous to forget your work and labor of love which ye have shewed toward His name…” Mistha communicates the idea of being paid for present labor. NOW BEGIN TO CALL BACK THE THINGS STOLEN FROM YOU AND DO THIS WITH UNDERSTAND AND AUTHORITY. It is normal to expect to be paid for a job well done. Mistha tells us God is faithful to pay or reward us for assignments he has hired us to do. Mistha emphatically asserts that God is going to take care of those who do His will. Misthapodosia even implies reimbursement for expenses you spent to do the job; a settlement to take care of injuries or losses; or reparations to cover all that vanished due to spiritual warfare.

Day 6: Read Hebrew 10:35 knowing the word misthapodosia carries the following idea concerning recompense and reward. “God will see to it that you are paid and fully reimbursed for expenses you have spent to do His will; He will make a settlement that takes care of all injuries or losses you may have incurred: He will make sure that you get reparations to cover all that has been damaged or destroyed due to the attacks of the enemy or because of the adversarial situations you have faced.”

Day 7: Read Philippians 4:19 “And my God will supply all your needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus.” God’s payments or reimbursements can come in different ways: * New victories in different areas of your life * Success is your business or ministry * A greater anointing than you have ever had * An increase in financial prosperity * A long-term friendship you’ll be able to count on for the years to come

Dr.Bill Peters
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