SACRED SIX: POSITIVITY MESSAGE
What We Speak
Therefore whatsoever ye have spoken in darkness shall be heard in the light; and that which ye have spoken in the ear in closets shall be proclaimed upon the housetops. Luke 12:3
I love the Word of God don’t you? Throughout my life this book has helped me in more ways than one. It covers a vast amount of topics that we face on a daily basis. Today, our devotional will face on a topic that some of us may be dealing with right now. Ladies and Gentlemen, I want us to focus on the Power of our Words. I know some of you are wondering what lesson is going to be brought out of this devotional.
Let me be honest with you sometimes my words are not uplifting and there is no excuse for that. Chaplain Army/Signature Revolution, Be honest can you relate to what I’m saying here? Well, there is good news and God is ready to help us conquer the words we speak. The same is true for each Stakeholder we encounter on a daily basis. How do you make the Stakeholders feel in your facility? Do they feel Empowered or Deflated? How do the Residents feel when you talk to them Encouraged or Discouraged? In the end the words we speak go a long way. Below is a poem that sums up this devotional thought.
I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. Maya Angelou
Prayer: Lord, thank you for another day of life. Help us to learn how to speak to one another in the right way. Continue to bless our facilities to be all it can be. Amen
Chaplain Robert Lee White III
Signature Healthcare at Tower Road
Marietta, Ga 30060