Christ: The Cleansing Wisdom of God at Work in Us


Welcome to Speak Faithfulness!

This weekly podcast gives voice to the belonginghealing and wholeness of all God’s children. It exists to speak aloud the faithfulness of God by resting in Scripture and sharing the testimony of Christ revealed through us, His children, both now and in the past. We are opening our mouth for those unable to speak (Proverbs 31:8).

For no matter how many promises God has made, they are “Yes” in Christ. And so through him the “Amen” is spoken by us to the glory of God (2 Corinthians 1:20, NIV).


Your host today is Anna Smit. She is continuing her new series, Upon This Rock, focusing on the life, calling and redemption of Peter.  Today’s episode is being published a few days early, as Anna will be taking a break next Monday.


Come be encouraged and strengthened in the Living Word, as Anna shares stories of God’s faithfulness, prays and rests in five simple words Peter spoke about Jesus: “I don’t know the man.” These words can be found in Matthew 26:72 in the English Standard Version. Anna also shares how God is washing her in His Word to cleanse her eyes and remove the logs lodged in them, as she writes her way through and records her way through this very podcast series.

May you too be washed in the wisdom of the Word as you listen in today. May you be blessed by our mighty, living and breathing God at work in you:


And may this clip bless you to see the beauty in your scars and to show them to the world that they may see Jesus in their own:



And may the clip below bless you to be brave in love, to be brave in Jesus as you surrender your own human strength and understanding for Christ’s power and wisdom at work in you. Arise and shine, for your light, our light, has come! Jesus is His Name:




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