The Power of Your Words

Tuesday, June 21

Oh my!  Here we are six months later!   I know that God’s Word has sunk deep into your heart and is transforming your mind and seasoning your speech.  As you speak God’s Word, the daylight is being formed by what you “prophecy,” Just as we began in Proverbs 31:1 with, “The words of …the prophecy that his mother taught him”, we are closing with your prophecy that will be repeated, and repeated by those whom you influence.  I’ve heard it said that the words we speak never die and never stop.  The sound waves keep going and going out into space.

Look over the past six months.  

How have your words, speech and actions changed?

The theme of the whole book of Proverbs is the fear of the Lord.  

List five major insights you have received about “the fear of the Lord.”

In one sentence, record what Proverbs 31 means to you. 

Please email me, log onto the facebook group or the blog (I plan to update and improve the blog, hopefully!) and let me know what you have received through this study.   I love you and I have the utmost confidence in your ability to hear Him and change your world.

 

Sandra

sandra.saylor@yahoo.com

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About Sandra

I am a Professional Path Coach, trained with the International Coaching Federation. I am a pastor's wife, a mom and a meme'. I love my hubby, my kids, my grandkids, and the people we serve. I am dedicated to the power of prayer, the power of the Bible, and the power of love. join "A Great Company" for the women's devotional facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_228189507196980&ap=1
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