God Is The Only True And Real Promise Keeper

“Applying wisdom to your life each day will help you keep distractions and foolishness away.”

Wisdom should always be used in communicating, even with God. A person should always think, even before they release words unto God in prayer. You never want to say anything that you will regret, such as making promises to God. Whenever a person makes a promise to God; God expects the person to do as they said. It is better for a person not to make a vow or promise than to make a vow or promise anything to God, and then not do as they said they would. God never goes back on His word to people and God wants and deserve the same respect in return. 

Ecclesiastes 5:2&4-5 says “Don’t be too quick to speak. Don’t be in a hurry to say anything to God. He is in heaven. You are on earth. So use only a few words when you speak. When you make a promise to God, don’t wait too long to carry it out. He isn’t pleased with foolish people. So do what you have promised. It is better to make no promise at all than to make a promise and not keep it.” (NIRV)

Be blessed, be encouraged and have a great day.

~Carla~

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Do Not Play The Role Of A Fool

“Applying wisdom to your life each day will help you keep distractions and foolishness away.” 

Whenever a foolish, unwise or ignorant comment or response is made or directed at you within a conversation, the proper way to respond is by not responding, at all . Even though you may want to respond, there is no need of you looking or sounding as foolish as the other person. Allow your silence to speak for you because even though you may be quiet, you are still relaying a message. 

Proverbs 26:4-5 says “Don’t answer fools when they speak foolishly, or you will be just like them. Answer fools when they speak foolishly, or they will think they are really wise.” (NCV)

Be blessed, be encouraged and have a great day.

~Carla~

Your Mouth Can Save You From Trouble 

“Applying wisdom to your life each day will help you keep distractions and foolishness away.”

Wisdom should always be used in the words that a person release out of their mouth. Because there is power in the words you speak, you should be very careful of every word that you allow to go into the atmosphere and environment. Everything that you release out of your mouth, you can actually make it happen for yourself; whether it be good or bad, negative or positive. The safest and wisest thing to do is to always think before you speak. 

Proverb 21:23 says “If you want to stay out of trouble, be careful what you say.” (GNT)

Be blessed, be encouraged and have a great day.

~Carla~

You Should Never Make A Promise To God 

“Applying wisdom to your life each day will help you keep distractions and foolishness away.”

A person should never be too quick to make a promise to God because the person will be tested eventually on the promise, and may end up failing the test. Once a promise is made, it cannot be taken back so it is better not to make a promise due to how you may be feeling at a particular moment.

Proverb 20:25 says “It’s dangerous to promise something to God too quickly. After you’ve thought about it, it may be too late.” (NCV) 

Be blessed, be encouraged and have a great day.

~Carla~

​Encouragement for June 27, 2017

“Applying wisdom to your life each day will help you keep distractions and foolishness away.”

There is power in every word that is released out of a person’s mouth. The words a person speak can either bring life or death to their situations or circumstances. Words can either heal or kill, as well as tear down or build up. Only wise, positive, encouraging and inspirational words should be released into the atmosphere and environment because these are the type of words that give life to people, to situations and circumstances. 

Proverbs 18:20 & 21 says “You will have to live with the consequences of everything you say. What you say can preserve life or destroy it; so you must accept the consequences of your words.” (Good News Bible) 

Be blessed, be encouraged and have a great day.

~Carla~