Women's Corner | March 2024

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Sis. Michielle Yisrael

Sis. Michielle Yisrael


It Heals or Destroys

Contributed by Sis Michelle Yisrael

Proverbs 18:21 – Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.

Words have power.  They can inspire or depress, elevate or demolish. When we speak life, we make the decision to use our words to uplift, encourage, and inspire hope in people around us. It’s about deciding to put empathy above apathy, love over criticism, and kindness over judgment. Speaking life entails purposefully using our words to encourage and elevate people, to bring out their best qualities, and to foster an environment that is supportive of development.

What comes out of mouths is more than merely the words we use; it also includes the way we hold our bodies, our attitudes, and our tones. It involves being aware of the effects that our words and deeds have on other people and consciously trying to be a source of inspiration and support. Speaking life to others not only makes them feel better, but it also helps us since it builds better relationships, a happier outlook, and a more peaceful atmosphere. Now let’s explore what it means to speak life in more detail and discover how we may use this effective technique to our everyday interactions.

1 Peter 3:10 – For he that will love life, and see good days, let him refrain his tongue from evil, and his lips that they speak no guile

Has the expression “speak life” ever occurred to you? This idea has great potential to affect our relationships, mental health, and general well-being. However, precisely what does it mean to speak life? This essay will examine the significance of this expression and how it might change the way we engage and communicate with one another. Prepare to learn about the impact that positive words may have on your life and their power.

Our words have the ability to influence the environment around us when we speak. Our words have the power to create or destroy, just as God spoke the universe into being. Imagine saying something nice and uplifting to someone who is having a hard day. Your words have the ability to give them hope and elevate their spirits. On the other hand, if we speak badly, it might harm other people and create a bad atmosphere.

Ephesians 4:29 – Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers.

How we communicate with others can be profoundly impacted by the words we use. Words that are uplifting and positive can establish bonds, foster trust, and draw people closer together. Negative remarks, on the other hand, can strain bonds, drive a wedge between people, and lead to miscommunication. Speaking life is making decisions with words that uplift others, demonstrate compassion and love, and strengthen our bonds with one another.

What comes out of our mouths not only have an impact on other people but also on our own thoughts. Regular use of encouraging and uplifting language helps us to communicate with a more upbeat attitude on life. Having this mentality can increase resilience, joy, and thankfulness.

Matthew 12:36-37 – But I say unto you, That every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment.

Speaking is a mirror of our beliefs as followers of Christ. The Bible exhorts us to speak words of life, love one another, and support one another. Speaking life affirmations to everyone around us shows them how much Christ loves them and makes the world a happier place.

Words have the ability to bring life or death, so we must take caution while choosing them. Let’s deliberately try to speak life, utilizing words that inspire, motivate, and uplift other people. Keep in mind that the things you say can affect goodness, build stronger bonds with others, and demonstrate your faith in Jesus Christ. Continue sharing your life, and you’ll witness the amazing effect it has on those around you.

Psalms 141:3 – Set a watch, O LORD, before my mouth; keep the door of my lips.

There is great power in positive communication. Our lives and the lives of people around us are profoundly impacted by the words we choose to say. I want to discuss with you the amazing power of positive speech from a Christian perspective.

We inspire and motivate people when we speak words that are life-giving. Through our words, we may inspire, confirm, and give hope. To those who hear our words, it’s like blazing a light in the darkness, providing solace and happiness. Good communication can mend broken relationships, ease burdens, and heal scars. The is power in the tongue.

James 3:8 – But the tongue can no man tame; it is an unruly evil, full of deadly poison.