Choose Your Words Carefully

Choose your words carefully my children, they can soothe but they can also torment.

Words are powerful children. Be careful of the words you use when talking to yourself, your spouse, your children, your friends and all others. You can do great things with words but you can also bring great harm.

You were meant to love and be loved. With this in mind you should use words that encourage and uplift. Always use words that soothe and bring comfort to another who is hurting. Use them to teach and to praise others.

Do not use words to put down another, or to be hurtful. Even if someone has wronged or hurt you, do not try to hurt them back. This is when you use words of forgiveness. Forgive them their ignorance and uneducated ways. An educated person is knowledgeable and understands that you are all my children, and as such are to be loved without condition.

Your words carry weight so do not use them to humiliate, discourage, antagonize or encourage violence and hatred. This is not what you were made for. There are too many people today, too many of my children, who have forgotten this. They slander, swear, and use words to fan the flames of disrespect and hatred. Do not be like them children, be better.

Also, do not use negative, hurtful and harmful words on yourself. You are my child, beautiful in all your glory. Do not belittle or put yourself down. Yes, you can always do better, be better; you are love embodied in flesh, treat yourself as such.

Negative, harmful words lead to anger, self-isolation and sadness. All lead you off your intended path and diminish your light. Make a choice every day to only use words of encouragement, praise and love. If all my children did this, there would be no wars, no hatred, no violence.

Always remember that your words reflect who you are to the world children. Be a reflection of my love and choose your words carefully.

If you liked this, you can find additional letters on the Letters from God page on my website.

Published by Leslie Dobson

Leslie has been writing since she was a young child, first with poetry and short stories and later with song lyrics, young adult stories and inspirational sayings. She is a multi-genre author and her blogs and books come when and where the Spirit leads.

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