The disciples had been with Jesus for over two years and I’d imagine that they had reached a point where they needed to see some fruit in their lives but there was nothing. So, like many of us the disciples plucked up the courage and asked the Lord to increase their faith for them.
Voice activation is where you use your own words to activate things and this is not something new. In April 2011 Apple launches Siri, the first digital assistant and we were all wowed by the technology where you can say things and the technology responded. Hay Siri! What's the weather forecast today? Hay Siri! Turn the volume up. We can get so amazed by technology especially the things that make our lives easier, that it tends takes away from the method or systems put in place by God. From the dawn of creation, God chose voice activation as a way to create things and He Himself uses the same method and calls things that do not exist as though they did. I want to show you this scripture in Rom 4 regarding God’s method of voice activation. Romans 4:17  (NKJV) 17 (as it is written, “I have made you a father of many nations”) in the presence of Him whom he believed—God, who gives life to the dead and calls those things which do not exist as though they did;
There is power in the name of Jesus. We have been created in the express image and likeness of the Godhead, in the God class with dominion over everything on the earth and in fact God’s of the earth. The first Adam was created to walk and talk just like God and God would come and walk and talk with him in the cool of the evening because he was the son of God. Adam was given the power of words so that he could continue to speak things into existence and dominate the earth. But Adam transgressed against God the Word and in his sin and transgression he gave his authority of god of the earth to Satan a fallen angel who was created lower than us as a ministering spirit for us.

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