Part of POWER OF WORDS series:
Considering the power of words, what will you speak into the lives of
Would you join us in going crazy for good words?
Do some crazy good powerful talk and tell us how you are blessed as a result.
Below we challenge you to speak powerful positivity into the lives of
your loved ones,
and even your own life.
List praiseworthy memories,
attributes, goals, accomplishments, talents etc..
but not to be boastful but to celebrate and turn to God in offering of praise, worship, and a life of sacrifice through obedience.
For all glory and honor is due to our Father for every good and perfect gift (James 1:17), and focusing on the good and praiseworthy is appropriate (Philippians 4:8). Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks (Luke 6:46). Let our speech be in celebration, praise, and building for kingdom purposes!
1 Thessalonians 5:18~ In everything give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.
We are made in God’s image (Genesis 1:26) and He spoke the world into existence (Genesis). Let’s speak good things and expect good to follow!
Here are some of my lists, that I have started. Will you make some of your own?
God will delight in your gratitude and worship and this will be relationship and self esteem building particularly for elementary age children and older, even if they scoff. I know from experience, that even teens will grin when you read off the list of things that you appreciate about them. I KNOW.
Once, my daughter and I did a similar activity for her brother and a friend that was living with us. We made these heart garlands, with positive affirmations on each link for Valentine’s Day. She was about 10 years old. I am a teacher and the pic was taken in my classroom in-front of our Froggy wall which is for “high frequency word” practice.
Thank you for visiting. We would love to hear in the comments, about YOU doing this activity with your family. Help them learn how to give gratitude to God. If you found value in this post, we would appreciate you sharing with an icon below, or subscribing to the blog.
Love, from us
To enjoy more on this POWER OF WORDS series, please follow this link:Introduction to series: The POWER of WORDS
Have you been recently annoyed with RUDE behavior or words? Is it a part of your life almost daily, or do you dread getting together with certain family members because of their rude or inconsiderate behavior or words? I have been there!
I invite you to join me at my blog, Grandma Mary Martha, to read some therapeutic poetry and relative scripture, that I go back to again and again to help me deal with RUDE words or behavior:poetry and scripture-for dealing with rudeness