Words build!

How wonderfully everything in this world is arranged! When meeting with other people, we express greetings, show our attitude towards these people. With words and facial expressions, we express our position and intentions.

Words play a big role in our life. From birth, we learn to speak, and throughout our lives we learn to correctly understand what others say and not to say nonsense with our tongue. The art of communication is a vital thing!

And the Holy Scripture informs us that the life and death of a person is in the power of his own tongue. And now it turns out that we build or destroy our lives with our own language!

Our Father and our Master, help us keep our mouths under control and build ourselves and our future!

And here you recall a situation from the history of God’s people, when the entire old generation perished in the wilderness for words and grumbling. The words of the people were so displeasing to the Lord that they provoked His wrath. The ingratitude of the people and their constant murmuring and reproaches He heard and this led to the fact that the Almighty fulfilled their words.

“Tell them, I live, says the Lord; as you have spoken in my ear, so I will do to you.” Numbers 14:28

The Almighty is with us every moment and hears all the words that we say. He sees our reaction to His help and His care for each of us! We are under His constant care!

We don’t have to be afraid of what we meet! We need to properly welcome all circumstances and trials, speak the words of life and victory for ourselves and our loved ones!

Do not let fear take possession of you and under its influence, grumble and be dissatisfied, drive fear out of your life! Give thanks to God, give thanks for everything, for all things!

“From the fruit of a man’s mouth his belly is filled; he is satisfied with the work of his mouth. Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it will eat of its fruit.” Proverbs of Solomon 18:21-22

Blessings to all and peace in the Lord!
Baruch Hashem!

By Ella Armand.