Words are powerful. It doesn’t take long to learn the old saying, “sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt” is simply not true. Words do hurt. We have all experienced the pain of hurtful, negative, condemning words spoken to us. But words can also heal.  Words can inspire confidence, create identity, and encourage us.  With any great power comes great responsibility. Understanding the incredible power of our words means we need to learn to use them wisely, intentionally, to create rather than destroy, build up rather than tear down, speak life rather than creating death.

 

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11/29/2015 - PART ONE

12/6/2015 - PART TWO

12/13/2015 - PART THREE

12/20/2015 - PART FOUR

Words - Week 1 - Power of Words

 

Words are powerful, and with anything that has great power comes responsibility to use that power wisely.

Words - Week 2 - Taming the Tongue

 

James writes that the words we speak are a measure of our spiritual maturity. So how do we tame the tongue and speak in a way to shows Christ to others?

Words - Week 3 - The Cure for the Tongue

 

Jesus said our words provide a window to our soul, that they reflect our heart. If we are healthy what comes out of us will be healthy, but if we aren't healthy what comes out of us, likewise, won't be healthy. If we want to change the output of our lives we need to go the source.

Words - Week 4 - Christmas

 

Words are powerful, and with anything that has great power comes responsibility to use that power wisely.