The Power of Words. “Lessons From The Day I walked To Work.”

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In this segment, we will discuss the power of words, how our own words affect our lives and the lives of those around us.

We will also discuss how we can transform our lives and the lives of people around us by simply using the right words.

In proverbs 18:21, “Life and death are in the power of the tongue.” This scripture simply tells us that our words have the power to either create or destroy.

This power we have makes us such a lucky generation. We have all this information at the time when we most need it.

We have the power to choose what to say to ourselves and others. “What goes out of your mouth shall not return to you empty.”

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The bible reads, “So is my word that goes out of my mouth: It will not return to me empty, but it will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I send it.”

Send the right words out there, and the same will be sent back to you; this is how the universe works. It gives you exactly what you give to it.

Successful people have continued to draw their success from the power of their own words.

They have understood the power of words, and you, too, can do the same. Now is the time to start creating your future using the right words.

The message of creation in the book of Genesis is a piece of good evidence and the number one reason why we should continue to control and choose our words wisely.

The power of words is like a seed; it takes time to germinate and to grow, often we do not see or notice it growing, but eventually, we will start to see some results.

We should use the right words at all times to get the results that we so much desire.

The more we live and use the right words, the faster we will grow in most areas of our lives.

Practice is required, and without practice, we cannot improve. The more you practice, the better you will become.

We have spoken negative words such as “I can’t do it,” or “it is too hard to get a good job,” things like, “I am not qualified enough.”

My question is, how did you come to a conclusion that you can’t or that it is too hard when you have never given yourself a chance to try it out?

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As you read through this post, we hope that you will find something that will impact your life.

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