Words should be used carefully. Words have the power to build up or destroy; to enlighten or exasperate; to build bridges or blow them up. Words can scar people for life.
James writes, “everyone should be quick to hear, slow to speak, and slow to become angry.” What good advice! It’s advice that applies not only to the tough times of life but...
He is the potter; we are the clay. He is the shepherd; we are the sheep. He is the Master; we are the servants.
These seven words, if understood and believed - will enable you to overcome any obstacle, and conquer every challenge. Just seven little words!
Did Moses make the right choice when he made the great refusal? Yes, but it didn’t seem that way at the time.