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10 Words That Will Change Your Life

This is a great article on Huffington Post from one of my mentors and Pastor, Rick McDaniel.

Written By Rick McDaniel via HuffingtonPost.com

There are 10 simple words that can change your life. They are easy to say but they require more than just saying the words. Each of these words can be used to positively change your life and those around you. Ephesians 4:29 says, “Say the right thing at the right time and help others by what you say.” There are words that need to be spoken consistently and when they are they can have a great impact on your life.


Yes is a powerful word: it is a word of decision and commitment, of acknowledgment and agreement. Whenever you say Yes, you move a relationship forward in positive ways. Peter and Andrew, James and John said Yes to being Jesus’ disciples and their lives were changed forever. Yes opens doors to blessings in your life; it brings possibilities to you. But saying Yes requires commitment and follow-through. If we don’t have the commitment than our Yes can end up being a No. Captain Scott Southworth said Yes to adopting an Iraqi orphan and changed his life forever. When we say Yes to God is not about being acceptable it is about being available. You will never regret saying Yes to God.


In order to say Yes you have to learn to say No. We can’t say Yes to everything, so we have to say No to some things. To receive the best things you have to say No to the good things. A Not-To-Do List is just as necessary as a To-Do List. Having boundaries is the best way to communicate No. A boundary is simply an emotional property line so people understand you. They can be both defining and protective. Boundaries bring clarity and reality to relationships. They do not mean you are selfish. They simply communicate expectations and as well as consequences. read more on Huffington Post

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