We having the same spirit of faith, according as it is written, I believed, and therefore have I spoken; we also believe, and therefore speak; 2 Cor. 4:13
It is very easy to be swayed into talking and discussing problems. Some people make it a habit of seeking problem conversations about others. For others, it is a habit to talk about their problems in search for sympathy. Little do they know that their mouth utterance determines the life they live. If you are a child of God, it is important to watch the talk that comes out of your mouth, especially when you are experiencing certain situations in your life. Try always to never engage in talking the problem, but even when you are troubled, talk the answer and not the problem.
Every time you talk about a thing, you become more convinced of it. You believe it more. Whenever you cloud your conversation with expressing your problem, you will become more convinced of its terror and fear will clog your heart.
So should you tell no one about what you are going through? No. Your telling should be because you are convinced there is a solution for the problem. You are convinced you are going to see the end of the problem. Not because you seek empathy or commiserations.
However, if you are to talk about it, talk of the answer to the problem. If you talk answers and solutions to the problem you will become more convinced of the possibilities to overcome the problem. That is why you must talk faith. Faith is the finished work to a problem. Faith looks at things already done and not about to be done or going to be done. Faith gives you a view of possibilities.
In the opening scripture, it is said we have the spirit of faith by which we believe and then speak. By faith, we believe that those things we want to see are already fulfilled in the spirit by Christ Jesus; that answer we want to see happen is already established in the spirit realm. All that needs to be done is to call those things into existence just as God calls those things which are not as though they were, (Rom 4:17).
For this reason, we too speak things out to see them established in the physical realm as scripture says, let the sick say am healed; let the poor say am rich. When you learn to talk like this, problems will be a stepping stone to greatness.
Therefore, talk the answer and not the problem. Every great discovery or achievement, started with a crisis. It is not what happens to you that destroys you, but it is what you do with what happens to you. Fire is a destroyer, but the same adds value to silver during the refining process. You too can use your problems to make your life shine better if you focus on the answer and not the problem.
I believe that all things work together for my good. I have the greater one in me and I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Christ has been made wisdom for me, therefore I shall not fail but succeed in life. In Jesus name.