In this episode, we’re talking about the power of the words we speak over ourselves.
It’s not natural, we know…
Speaking life over ourselves doesn’t always come naturally. It’s easier to say great things about others than over ourselves. In this week’s Past to Power episode Amy Elaine and LaTan have a great conversation about how to be kinder to ourselves.
Something powerful happens when we learn to speak kindly to ourselves.
Instead of feeling defeated, we become confident about who we are in Christ. Knowing our identity and agreeing with what God says about us allows us to walk out our best life. If necessary, make yourself a note and stick it on the fridge. No more comparing, complaining, and criticizing, be kind to ourselves.
WORDS LIKE HONEY
Try speaking kindly to yourself when you look in the mirror in the morning. Perhaps, you don’t know what to say. God’s Word is a great place to start if you’re at a loss for words. Pick up the Psalms to nourish your soul. Most importantly, find scriptures to refresh and renew your thoughts.
“Gracious speech is like clover honey— good taste to the soul, quick energy for the body.” Proverbs 16:24 MSG
We’d love to hear your thoughts about how to stay positive when speaking to ourselves. If possible, leave us a comment and a thumbs up on the podcast. You can hear all our previous episodes by tuning into YouTube, SoundCloud, Spotify, and Apple. Here’s a link to a recent episode with author, Janell Rardon. Grace upon grace over you.
Amy Elaine is an inspirational speaker, former radio show host, and gifted teacher. Her ministry is devoted to helping women with heart-shattered lives become whole again in Christ. She loves to tell the story of how Jesus made her a broken girl made whole through the transforming power of the Holy Spirit.
Married to the love of her life, David, Amy Elaine is a mom of two boys now young men, Sidney (25) and Gabriel(22). She also has a daughter-in-love Riley and recently became "Yia Yia" to Raelynn Rose Elaine.
Recently she left her beloved Colorado mountains to play on the plains of Historic Guthrie, Oklahoma. Most days you'll find her at a local coffee shop writing or ministering across the table to a friend.
Her heart's desire is to see women walk in wholeness and develop an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. Living the victorious life is one of the major themes of her ministry. She's available to speak at your next women's event. You can connect with her at: AmyElaine.com
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