Dale Carnegie's first principle
Oh how a conversation can go sour in a moment when two or more gathered...
Criticizing others to make ourselves feel better
Complaining about others to blame others for our discontent
Condemning others to take condemnation from ourselves
The breaking down of others to build us up~
"Do not let any
come out of your mouths,
but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs,
that it may benefit those who listen." Ephesians 4:29
Destructive, Damaging Talk
About "your" self ~
Does that mean unwholesome talk about me?
Think about it
The weight of unwholesome talk:
I am not ________________
I can't ________________
I will never ________________
Talk that does not build me up, but breaks me down~
How do you talk about yourself?
How do you talk to yourself?
What words are swirling in your head?
But if God does not speak unwholesome words
to break us down,
why do we?
What if you replaced your talk with His talk~
I have been chosen by God and adopted as His child. Ephesians 1
I am forgiven by the grace of Christ. Ephesians 1
I am free from condemnation. Romans 8:1-2
lose another pound that weighs us down and
about yourself & others
by walking with the
Who changes all your
"I am nots"
"I will nevers"
His WORDS Say so~
1st Pound: Self
2nd Pound: Complaining and Blame
3rd Pound: Chaos
4th Pound: _____________
5th Pound : Judgement
6th Pound: Distractions
7th Pound: Jealousy
8th Pound: DIS
9th Pound: Procrastination
10th Pound: Fear
11th Pound: Temporary
12th Pound: Frustration
13th Pound: Anxiety
14th Pound: I Don't Wanna
15th Pound: Forsaken
16th Pound: Control
17th Pound: Meaningless
18th Pound: Unimaginable
19th Pound: Despair
20th Pound: Knowing
21st Pound: Trees
22nd Pound: Thinking Less of Self
23rd Pound: Our Clothes
24th Pound: What Was
25th Pound: _______________
26th Pound: Unwholesome Talk