5 Benefits of Speaking Positive Words

 

Words are incredibly powerful. They can lift the spirits of the weary mother, inspire the soldier to courageous action, and comfort those who mourn. Proverbs 18:21 tells us, “Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.” Our tongues have the potential for either great evil or great good. In the Bible, God teaches us to speak words of encouragement, praise, instruction, and truth.

Read on to learn 5 benefits of speaking positive words.

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The Perfect Patience We Don’t Have

 

Patience is an increasingly rare virtue in our culture. If you want a latte, just pop in a Keurig capsule. If you want someone to talk to, log on to Facebook. If you don’t feel like going to the mall, start shopping on Amazon.ca. While these modern conveniences make life easier, they also make us more impatient. Conditioned to expect things immediately, we struggle with impatience when we are forced to wait. Unlike us, Jesus was perfectly patient. He did not squirm and worry during seasons of waiting. When the most patient of us would have worn the rockers off the rocking chair with worry, He would have patiently kept walking. 

Read on to learn 3 ways that Jesus was perfectly patient.

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3 Biblical Ways to Fight Loneliness

 

Loneliness is a common struggle in our culture. Although a person may have 1,000 friends on Facebook, they may still feel very alone. Whether you’re young or old, single or married, you’ve probably struggled with loneliness. At our church in Sydney Mines, we know that everyone feels lonely at some point. How should we respond to loneliness? 

Here are 3 Biblical ways to fight loneliness.

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