To be a person that people like, and get on with is easy but sometimes we like to make it complex.
No matter how bad things get there is always a silver lining. It can be hard to see sometimes but if you look hard enough, eventually you will see it.
Many problems that we face come from our relationship with others; often started over trivial matters.
Someone speaks to us in a particular tone. Rather than thinking they may be under stress we can take it personally, shutting them out of our lives, telling others of how much they hurt us by what they said or done.
Unrest of any kind can lead to unhappiness and pain. Life can be complicated; we can feel misunderstood, taken for granted, or hurt.
The problem arises when we let these feelings consume our spirit. We can become critical and judgemental of others, and ourselves. We can become defensive, distant, unwilling to connect with people the way we once did.
Don’t allow bitterness, stubbornness or un-forgiveness extinguish the light of God that’s within your heart.
Feelings of negativity can separate us from His love.
Many people are unhappy because they have allowed negativity to cloud their vision. Living this way can be stressful, frustrating and can damage your relationships, your health and your faith.
When you focus on negativity, it’s almost impossible to see the positives in your life.
If someone hurt you, and you hurt him or her back, it may seem like payback, but it only adds more negativity to the world.
What you give out you will get back in return.
Many people focus on their needs instead of focusing on what they can do for others. The result is they are never fulfilled.
Throughout my life, my outlook has been one of happiness with a deep love for everyone. For the longest time, I took this attitude for granted. Recently, however, I decided to encapsulate the reasons behind my philosophy.
The result is my new book, How to Feel Love and Be Happy.
I would like to share with you the ways to live a life of harmony and happiness, which will give you a great feeling of love in your life.
You can download my book free today on Amazon, click on the image below.
Did you know that the words you speak can bring healing to people’s lives?
When you speak words of love, comfort, or encouragement, those words have the power to affect the person hearing them in such a positive way, that the result is health in their body.
For those of you who are parents, your words can impart valuable knowledge to your children, which results in their good health:
Not only do our words have the power to heal, but unfortunately they also have the power to hurt, which can result in sickness.
Careless words can make people feel insecure which can lead to them feeling depressed. The greatest sickness of the 21st century.
As Proverbs 12:18 states: “There is one whose rash words are like sword thrusts..” – and swords kill or cripple people!
When we get into a conflict or argument, our words can diffuse the situation, or make it worse.
Most people are lazy with there words; they fail to understand or appreciate the power they possess. So, they use them unwisely. Saying negative things like, I can’t, I will never, that’s impossible.
Each of us needs to take responsibility. Responsibility for the words that we use. When you change I can’t to I can; healing energy will flow into your life.
If you have a problem in your relationship, you have two choices, you can be stubborn, or you can choose to sit down with a loved one and admit that you’re in the wrong, even if you’re not. You will often find that when you make the first move the other person will apologise also.
In my new book, The Healing Power of Words I write about the healing power that our words contain.
How they can mend relationships and friendships that have fallen apart.
How negative self-talk can hold you back.
How to create habits that are healthy, not only mentally but also emotionally.
Learn to heal people where ever you go. Control your tongue. Strengthen your family bonds, and nourish the ones you love.
Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.”
These are healing words. These are words that instil faith that can restore a person’s life. Like Jesus, we too must speak healing, encouraging, and inspirational words over our lives and the lives of others.
Words that build people up not tear them down. Words that motivate inspire and push people towards their destiny.
The Healing Power of Words is currently on free promotion on Amazon. Get your copy now!
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Rev J Martin