Changing Your Words

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I want to encourage you today to watch what you are saying, and to start changing your words.

Your words have creative power over everything you do each and every day. Your words can be used as a destructive force, or an instrument of blessing.If you continually speak negative words over your life, then eventual defeat will be the result. In the same way, if you speak words of faith and victory, you will see a harvest of blessing not only in your own life but also in the lives of those around you.

changing your words

Remember your mother telling you: “If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all?” That was good advice. Don’t give life to your negative thoughts by speaking them out.You can’t continue to speak negative words filled with doubt and unbelief and expect to have a positive life full of joy and hope. However, you can change your situation by changing your words. Talk about your visions and your dreams constantly. Declare that you can do all things through Christ. Declare you are more than a conqueror.

When you find yourself in a difficult situation, don’t say the first thing that pops into your head. Think about what you allow to flow out of your mouth before you speak. Learn to control your emotions and take those thoughts captive.

Changing Your Words

When you use words of faith and victory, God will fight your battles for you. You’ll overcome every challenge that you face and live the abundant life that God has in store for you.Refuse to stop believing in your dreams and goals. Don’t allow the enemy to control you, your thoughts, or your words one more day. Believe that you can do anything that you set your mind to, and that you speak.

Changing Your Words

It’s amazing how something so simple as changing your words can make such a huge difference in your life. Your words set the course for your life.

Try it out and see for yourself. šŸ™‚

Always do your best,

Mike Pilcher

Mike Pilcher - Changing Your Words

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