Let God give you the right words

September 22, 2015 | 6 comments

Have you ever fretted over the right words to tell your spouse, inform your boss, or share with a friend about some critical issue that you feel needs addressing?

Well, fret no more.

Let God give you the right words.

The one Mind always knows what to say.

When you pray and listen for words that lead to understanding and healing, they will come. It may require that you put aside preconceived notions of what needs to be said say, but that’s okay. What divine Love has to say is always much better!

“People might plan what they want to say, but it is the Lord who gives them the right words.”

~ Proverbs 16:1, ETRV

6 thoughts on “Let God give you the right words”

  1. What a relief! Knowing we don’t have to conjer up the right words is so freeing. I have many times prayed to know there is only one Mind and have experienced amazing results. Just this week I was having some home improvement work done. The contractor and I had trouble communicating our concept of how the project should look when complete and how to get there. After long discussions, finally I turned to prayer to know there is only one Mind. The results were instant. And, the project has turned out beautifully. Thanks, Evan, for all you do for us.

  2. The mouth is the most deadliest thing a human has on his body and must be used accordingly. The words out of it could cause peace or war. Last week was the most horrible week that I have gone through. One of the aides accused another, Gaitree, who always did right by me, calling the Police and almost got her in jail over some little nonsense. It took prayer and the right words to resolve the conflict.

  3. I was asked to select the readings for a Church committee. I had never done that before and found myself praying for the right subject matter from different sources. I attempted the first try at Concord and found myself lost again. So, I continued to pray and was given the topic, God’s Gift of Love. Citations fell into place and I was able to use three different sources. But I only read two of the sources at the first of the meeting, overlooking my citations from “Science and Health With Key to the Scriptures.” Upon seeing my omissions, I asked to read them at the end of the meeting at which time they were greatly accepted and proper for the meeting we had conducted. The right words are always available when we pray for them.

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