Power Of The Mouth

“There is death and life in the power of the tongue. Those who love it will eat its fruit” (Proverbs 18:21). So often we forget that our everyday words have an incredible power to them. They can defeat giants or let them grow. They can save lives, build confidence, puncture pride, destroy relationships or foster peace. It is often said that our thoughts create our emotional state; what is not as frequently discussed is how closely our emotional state affects the words we speak. I believe there are three main areas where our speech can either be weaponized against us or used to foster growth and resilience- within ourselves, with others and with God. As an exercise today take time to reflect on how you’ve spoken to others but also most importantly how you speak to yourself- because a healthy relationship with self begets healthy relationships with others!

Power Of The Mouth

If we understand that our faith is in the Word of God, and in that Word, we find our source of strength and encouragement then the mouth becomes a very important place.

If we understand that our faith is in the Word of God, and in that Word, we find our source of strength and encouragement then the mouth becomes a very important place.

  • The mouth is a place of power. When we speak something into existence, it comes to pass.
  • The mouth is a place of faith. If you believe it enough times, especially out loud with confidence and conviction, then it will come to pass for you as well! You don’t have to worry about what others might say or think; this is your life! Your destiny! Your future! It’s up to you to make all your dreams come true by speaking them out loud with all the force and energy within you (Ephesians 6:10). Believe it will happen even when no one else believes because they don’t know what’s best for them yet; only God knows what He has planned for each one individually so listen carefully every day when He speaks something new into existence through His Word so that nothing gets missed or forgotten along life’s journey.”
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The Bible says the mouth speaks from the overflow of the heart. The words you say are an indicator of what your heart really is like.

  • The Bible says the mouth speaks from the overflow of the heart. The words you say are an indicator of what your heart really is like, not just in a general sense, but also in specific situations.
  • If you’re talking about something that happened at work, it’s probably because you feel angry, frustrated or discouraged about it and want to vent.
  • If you’re talking about something that happened with your family member(s), it’s probably because you feel hurt or afraid and want support and encouragement from others who understand what you have been through.
  • If anyone ever asks me how I’m doing, my response will always be “good.” No matter what happens during any particular day—whether it be a bad thing or good—I choose to look at life positively and find gratitude in all things!

The Bible says that life and death are in the power of the tongue (Proverbs 18:21) Your mouth can speak life or death. It can build up or tear down.

It is said that the power of the mouth is greater than the power of the sword. The Bible says that life and death are in the power of the tongue (Proverbs 18:21). Words have incredible power to build up or tear down. Your words can have a positive or negative impact on others. When we use our mouths to encourage, it builds up those around us, but when we use our mouths to discourage, it tears down those around us.

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Your words can be used to heal or hurt; they can be used to build up or tear down; they are powerful beyond measure!

If you feel that your words have been too negative and causing you to lose motivation and hope in your life then I want to encourage you today to change your words. You will see your confidence increase and your future become brighter if you choose to make a covenant with your mouth to speak life into every situation you encounter!

  • Speak life into every situation you encounter
  • Your mouth can speak life or death

If you feel that your words have been too negative and causing you to lose motivation and hope in your life then I want to encourage you today to change your words. You will see your confidence increase and your future become brighter if you choose to make a covenant with your mouth to speak life into every situation!

Words have been given great power, they can defeat giants or let them grow. Your words can save lives, build confidence, puncture pride, destroy relationships or foster peace. Take time to reflect on how you’ve spoken to others but also most importantly how you speak to yourself- because a healthy relationship with self begets healthy relationships with others!

Words have been given great power, they can defeat giants or let them grow. Your words can save lives, build confidence, puncture pride, destroy relationships or foster peace. Take time to reflect on how you’ve spoken to others but also most importantly how you speak to yourself- because a healthy relationship with self begets healthy relationships with others!

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If you’re going through a rough patch in your life and feel like the world is against you; don’t let those negative thoughts make their way out of your mouth! Instead of saying things like “I’ll never get this done” or “this is going nowhere fast” try thinking about all the positive things that could be possible instead: “it’s okay if I don’t get it perfect on my first try”. You are not alone and even though it may not seem like it now there will come a day when this situation passes- and then what? What would happen if we all stopped speaking negatively? Would our words fuel us forward or hold us back? The answer lies within each individual person who has chosen their own path in life (and should continue doing so!).

Conclusion

Thank you for taking the time to read this article. I hope it was one that was beneficial to your life and that it has in some way caused you to reflect on how you speak and the effect this has had on your life. I would love to connect with you further, so if you enjoy reading about personal development topics then please follow me on my website at https://powerofthemouth.org/ . You can find out more about me there as well as my books and other articles!

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