Spoken Words

How often do we allow words to direct our life?

All the time . . . every day . . . every second . . . every waking moment

Either words we have spoken or those spoken by others – is not the matter – it is in what we grab a hold of and believe. 

In which, we allow to sculpt and mold us into a positive or a negative thing.  Accountability of our words is recorded minute-by-minute, day-by-day.   Eternally, we will be judged.  

Therefore, apply the sifter to all that comes in and flows out.

For our heart will explode outwardly onto our tongue when we least expect it.  Know that if we take heed now, the explosion will be as sweet honey as opposed to the poison that could transpire. 

~ Insightful Reflections of the Human Kind ~ by Jennifer Goodson © 2012 All Rights Reserved. 

Suggested Reading:  II Timothy 2:16; Matthew 12:33, 34; II Timothy 2:15

All Brake 5 Blogs and written works by Jennifer Goodson are Copyright © 2008-2013. All Rights Reserved.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Brake 5 says:

    Proverbs 12:25, “Anxiety in a man’s heart weighs him down, but a good word makes him glad.”

    Proverbs 15:1, “A soft answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger.”

    Proverbs 16:24, “Gracious words are like a honeycomb, sweetness to the soul and health to the body.”
    Posted by Barbara Parker


  2. Brake 5 says:

    Thanks Jennifer, very true and great advice. Hope you have a blessed 2013!
    Posted by Valerie McMicken


  3. Positive thinking = Positive Speaking, when we live in a positive frame of mind our talk is one of positivity, negativity speak volumes of your discontent. Do not impose your misery on others to of load yours, but seek the mountain full of help that will lead you to that positive approach to life that will having your speaking in belief of self and life.


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