YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
*WISDOM FOR TODAY.*
*YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE..."*
Prov 16:24 *Pleasant words are as an honeycomb, sweet to the soul, and health to the bones.*
*Insight and Highlight.*
You can make a transformative difference by the things you say.
God sends His word and heals, Ps 107:20.
How comforting to also know that besides medication, the pleasant words we speak can bring healing.
Also interesting is that words spoken are as honeycomb.
The certainty of pleasant words is emphasized here.
A honeycomb is a storage made by bees to store honey.
Our words when they are pleasant are as honeycomb. This tells us that everyone we speak a word of comfort to may never forget how comforting we have been in his/her life.
It also tells us that fellowshipping and care for one another when they are faithfully done are invaluable.
Such a relationship can not be quantified as money is.
Money is important, Eccl 10:19, but it is unpredictable, Prov 23:5, so also are people.
However, money in itself needs people to put it into use. It can not on its own be useful without the activities of the children of men.
People, however, have minds, money does not.
This is what makes us have influence, rich, average, or poor.
You can be rich and be good, or you can be rich and be cruel.
There are things we do or say or that happen to us that money can never solve.
So, what we say or do is very important.
Thank God for the help you have rendered, but were your words a honeycomb?
Or maybe you were not able to help, but were your words a honeycomb?
You can make a difference by what you say!
Prov 25:11 *A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver.*
*Call to Word action.*
Prov 25:13 *As the cold of snow in the time of harvest, so is a faithful messenger to them that send him: for he refresheth the soul of his masters.*
*The Christian clarion duty.*
There is a soul that is waiting to hear your word in order to sweeten his/her soul.
Choose to heal someone with your words today.
Lord, help me to speak pleasant words to heal someone's bones in Jesus name.
Good morning all, and have a blessed day today.
God bless you.