Christianity, Communication, Positivity


It is important to have graceful communication with others or and about others. It is vital that we use the tongue for its intended purpose, using it correctly. You hereby say right things about others not hurtful words.

In the event of using hurtful words to other people and about other people you destroy the good that God has inbuilt in your whole being. When God was creating mankind, He place man in all that was good (his creation was good). He wants us to be the expression of His righteousness, goodness and grace to other people. When we speak hurtful words to other people, we go against God and are in the wrong direction.

As a follower of Christ, you have the wisdom that comes from Our Father. It should guide you to speak right in accordance to God’s will always and not against it.  The wisdom should be in words to speak of the Goodness of God, transform people’s lives and improve them as a servant of the Lord.

Lesson learnt: We should be mindful of our utterances and how we actually say it.

Be Blessed

Carolyne 🙂



2 thoughts on “Communication”

  1. Very true dear…and also people should not undermine others just cause this person has a humbled beginning or he or she is nothing now…cause God may uplift him or her to a position you may wonder…so peoples dreams are valid it daen’t matter if its not seen now…one day you will….

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  2. Hello Martin,
    My apologies for the delayed reply. I agree with. We should not undermine other people for lack of abundance of material things but take them for they are (God’s Children). Yes dreams are valid, Jesus assures us in the book of Mark 10:27 And Jesus looking upon them saith, With men it is impossible, but not with God: for with God all things are possible.


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