Wednesday, August 12, 2009


Do you ever stop to think how much power a word holds? A word holds so much power it can help to save a life but it can also do the exact opposite if used improperly. Words can destroy a young child's desire for life and belief in themselves. A little girl's dream of one day saving lives as a doctor can be shrank down to absolutely nothing if another breaks her spirit by harming her with words that weigh nothing but land like boulders on her back.

They are needed to communicate yet so many take the ability to use words for granted. Words are not to be taken lightly so choose them carefully. After all we should only say the things which we don't mind being said to us. We should only be sure to speak of others they way we would have them speak of us.

We are a representation of God at work. Sure there will be times when others anger us but we must remember to love the God within them....we've made others angry I'm sure.

With Love

Pls read this excerpt from a book entitled "The Secret Power of Words" by Reginald G. Johnson


Words have always been used as a tool for creation. If you have ever read the Bible, you may have noted something very interesting in the Book of Genesis and in the New Testament which tells about the creation of our present earth. When the earth was void and without form, the power that we now call God existed as a vapor (spirit, life force, or energy) full of potential, just waiting to differentiate into liquid and solid form that we now know as our daily reality. How did God create the world of dense matter? Through the creative power of words!

First, was the word, and the word was with God. The spoken word was used to manifest atmosphere, bodies of water, water creatures, lush foliage and trees, birds, animals and human flesh. This could have happened instantaneously or it could have happened over a period of thousands of years, but the point is that the spoken word made things happen. Words are the powerful, creative forces by which "something-ness" was brought forth from nothingness. Each thing the spoken word created was given the ability to continue the creative process by reproducing in like kind, but humans were a cut above.

Being made in the image of God, humans could continue the creative process in the same manner as God - by speaking things into existence. From this account of creation, we realize that words contain powerful vibrations. For example, in Genesis 1:3 "And God said, 'Let there be light,' and there was light." With no other tools or building materials, the Creator engineered the very world we live in and the planet we live on by speaking it into existence. Many people do not realize that humans also have the Divine ability to speak and create. For that reason, we take our words for granted. The creation story in the first book of the Bible gives us clues as to who we are, what we are able to do and how to become aware of, or in tune with our own elemental nature. We are co-creators with God! Hold onto your seatbelts because there's more.

There is one scripture many folks would rather not deal with because it calls us to be responsible for everything we create. Many devout and faithful folks want to avoid Genesis 1:26 which says "Then God said, 'Let us make man in our image, in our likeness, and let them rule over all the earth.'" Rule over the earth? That means to be responsible for everything that goes on here and to give an account to God. That means we are responsible for our own lives and everything we create with our words, thoughts and deeds. We play a major role in the preservation of nature and the spiritual evolution of the planet. We are responsible for nurturing and tending to the entire creation.

Most of all, we are responsible for the outcome of our own lives. We have God's nature within us and have the spiritual "atoms" of the Creator of the Universe within our own DNA. We, as children of God, should be constantly evolving in consciousness to a more purified structure; more and more in tune with the Divine. If God "said" to create, then what you are daily "saying" is creating circumstances and purposeful events in your own life. If we create what we do not want by our "speaking", should we blame God? No, nor should we blame anyone else. We are responsible for our own words and the results they create.

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