SORT BY Relevancy
The words you say are powerful. They can make you and your listeners feel good, uplifted or down and upset.Pay attention to what you're saying and notice the feelings that follow. Don't you want to hang around people whose words are encouraging and positive? Do people want to hang around you and your words? Tune in and hear more about the power of your words.
Join Kevin & Karen as Liam takes us into the meaning of words and how some are using them incorrectly (including the hosts ). We are also joined by Jeff Gruban of FVASH to help us analyze why we say things like we do and the misconceptions that arise from them.
Kevin tells us about his encounter with a "witness" in his rant; and a new app against the devil?
join us for more
Many children and adults within the cleft and craniofacial community are quite familiar with spending time in speech therapy. Sure, some in third-world countries may not have the privilege of receiving such help. All of us, though, can agree that merely speaking words and having them come out of our mouths properly has been a hurdle many have faced. Host Joe Rutland, in this week's "CleftCast," talks about the power of words, speaking them, hearing them from other people (not always a nice thing, either!), and having the power to speak for ourselves. Download "CleftCast" at iTunes and Blog Talk Radio. Also, make sure and pick up a copy of "The Christmas Smile," now available at Amazon.com. Every minute counts ... and you are loved.
Words are POWER-ful!
I had no idea how powerful the words we speak were, until my husband died seven years ago. God revealed to me how that his words played an integral part in his death.
I had an idea that we could use words for affirmations and speak positvely over our lives, but I had no idea that negative words spoken could result in HUGE consequences. I hope that as I share this powerful example with you, you will consider it in YOUR life.
Today we're talking about the power of words from a scientific and Biblical perspective. Scripture reveals and science reveals that our words can bring blessings or curses into reality. We are also going into a discussion and prayer for our nation. Join us as we battle in the power of the name of Jesus.
The Power of Words, Denise Davidson Mistich
The power of words are so important and our posture when we pray. It amazing how how we feel and what we think and what we say inside and out affect the way we talk and pray.
This in turn affects the prayer life we have altogether and that is where we want to be on our guard against negative forces that work against us having a thoughtful and effective prayer life in the HOLY Spirit.
So then when we think right and pray fervently or with energy and right posture really makes a huge difference.
Prayer is so powerful and it so epic when we draw close to the LORD and stand, truly stand on and in HIM His word and we wrestle with the enemy and stomp on his lies we gain dominion and win the warfare.
The beating of the devil is the place we need to be daily to see JOY and kjeep it.
in Self Help
Our words have the power to destroy and the power to build up (Proverbs 12:6). This is the season for celebration and festivities with loved ones and preparation for The New Year. It is also a time of violence and discontent in the world. It is so important that we learn to speak positive words over our lives and of those we love.
Join The Counselors and as we work to transform your vocabulary and change the quality of your life. It is so important that we learn to speak life into our communities, finances, marriages, and ministries.
Learn to release negative thoughts, negative words, and identifying the areas in your life where negativity dwells and learn how can you control and combat those behaviors. We will examine many of these words and thoughts and help you prevent these thoughts from manifesting in your life.
Come Get on the COUCH!!!!1