The Words We Speak

And the Holy  Spirit pointed out to me…

The scene as I watched my daughter change her son’s diaper.

He whispered to me, “look how unaware her son is of being naked. How unashamed he is.”

I meditated on this and smiled at my grandson.

Then shared these thoughts with my daughter which she beautifully replied, “mom, a person is not embarrassed or ashamed of themselves, at least not until someone makes them feel that way.”

Something to think about: A person is not ashamed of themselves, at least not until someone makes them feel that way.

Our relationship with Papa is always uplifting, healing and loving. Even during times of correction, He speaks wise, wonderful, loving words.

If you look back in Genesis, Papa never intended for us to feel ashamed. It’s those experiences we face as growing up, the hurtful, shameful words spoken to us with thoughtless intent, that we  begin to privately probe and question ourselves, “are we really are ok?”

Look at Adam and Eve, even as adults they were both naked yet they felt no shame. Genesis 2:25

Oh, but there was no sin was there? Yes it is true, sin complicates things. Let’s not let that knowledge as an excuse but lets strive towards speaking and loving one another as He does.

I’ve been deeply wounded by others and no matter how many times it happens, it never get’s easier to heal. How many of us can say they’ve “reproached me; shamelessly they’ve attacked me (with unkind shaming words). Job 19:3

How much effort is given to the words we use being positive, gentle and uplifting? Even during a reprimand, do we carefully choose our words wisely?

Be wise how it’s said for “a word aptly spoken is like apples of gold in settings of silver. Proverbs 25:11

We need to nurture in all circumstances, especially while we’re correcting. Shaming can causes deep injuries that result in emotional battles for the injured that can last for years, not to mention the ripple effect it has as the “hurting, hurt others”.

Our read today: Proverbs 15 Let the Holy Spirit speak into our heart and our life as we read. Ask Him to help us grow and learn how to speak wise, wonderful, loving words; words that speak truth and bring life instead of devastation.

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About Veronica Schultz aka The Soul Whisperer

Veronica Schultz is The Soul Whisperer. Her career spans over 25+ years as Entrepreneur, Reverend, Ministerial Counselor, Mentor, Life and Breakthrough Coach, Author, Teacher, Herbalist and Holistic Health Practitioner. Veronica’s journey of personal transformation started at the very early age of 4 with her first vision. This called her to discover her connection to the human spirit, the body’s dynamic energy system, and how it connects with our behavior, health, spiritual truths and intuitive insights. With this revelation, she stepped into her calling as The Soul Whisperer, a coach for very unique souls. These unique souls function well in life but often feel separate from others. They lean heavily towards holistic healing, love, intuition, warmth, the inner self, and spirit and how they all connect with the world around them. They are connectors and transformers – people with a vision. They have unique gifts and may not understand how to bring their value to the world. As The Soul Whisperer, she offers a fresh outlook on how to break free from the bonds of inner struggles that hinder this unique gifting. Her guidance in discovering their inner connection is invaluable. She knows how to make what seems complex look simple and doable. Countless times she has helped individuals connect with their identity. Identity is a vital part of one’s life because any spiritual disconnection can lead to the manifestation of physical illness. Her words of love, inspiration, and encouragement combined with her prayers and affirmations build a foundation of worth that will never be erased. She is a blessing and an angel. She has experienced emotional and spiritual burdens that only one can imagine and thus understands compassion. She is truly the SOUL Whisperer!
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