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An older man sitting in a library, looking very carefully at an onbject through a magnifying glass

Taking Stock of Your Life

Sometimes it’s good to take stock of our lives, to prayerfully look at ourselves with courageous honesty.

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A young man jumping into the air and clicking his heels on a city street

Please God with Your Words

When we use words to tear someone down, God is grieved. But when we use words to build someone up, God rejoices.

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God Feels Joy Over You

Does God feel joy over you?

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A light-up sign displaying the word "JOY" in the middle of Christmas decorations of pinecones and holly

Can You Give God Joy?

Could using words to build people up actually delight the heart of God?

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A group of black and white middle-aged men holding hands and praying together

Another Reason Why Your Words Matter to God

We can speak in a way that glorifies God. Or we can speak in a way that grieves God’s own Spirit.

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One Reason Why Your Words Matter to God

When the Spirit of God is active in our lives, we will be transformed to be more and more like Christ.

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A red brick church with a large sign on the chimney that reads "Jesus Saves"

Your Words Matter to God

When we use our words to tear down people rather than build them up, God is grieved.

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A freestanding wall with a painting on it of many diverse hands and the slogan "Love and Kindness are Never Wasted"

An Example of Using Words to Build Up

If we’re going to do what Scripture teaches and use words for building up, we need positive examples to encourage us.

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Scrabble tiles spelling out "Choose Your Words"

Using the Power of Words for Good

Words have power. Words can build up and inspire. Or they can tear down and deflate.

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Woe to Whom?

Whether we’re pastors, seminary professors, parents, or members of a small group, we have the responsibility of personally knowing God and faithfully helping others to know God in truth.

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