Gold Apples

Gold Apples

Today's WordI love apples, especially the red and really crunchy ones. But gold apples; I know you have never eaten one, I haven’t either, but I can imagine an apple made of pure gold, how beautiful it would look and how highly priced it would be.
When we speak the right words at the right time, when we know how to answer a matter in order to soothe someone’s pain, grief or sorrow. When we understand the importance and impact right words make in a life, we will mind our words and body language when we are communicating with someone or some people.
Words are very strong and hardly forgotten. They can either be remembered for good and joy or for bad and pain. Today, let us purpose to practice speaking the right words, in the right manner and at the appropriate time. Such words can be very priceless to the hearer(s), such words can be the bridge to the opening of a life and destiny.

Words spoken at the right time are like gold apples in a silver setting. Proverbs 25:11 (CEV)


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Ugochi Oritsejolomisan

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Ugochi Oritsejolomisan is a Christ-follower, wife to Benson, mother of 3 awesome boys, God's agent, speaker and blogger. Writing to inspire you for a better life in God! Find her on: google
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4 Comments

  1. Thank you ma for this post. Right words are seeds – they bear fruits. Fruits can be good or bad depending on what was spoken. They are productive that means there is a reward for them. Nothing like speaking the right words at the right time. Have a blessed night ma. See you on Monday BGG. Amen.

    1. They are seeds ma. God will help us speak grace always to all who hear us. Thanks a lot ma for coming by!

  2. I needed this today. I had some harsh words spoken TO me yesterday that hurt badly. That person came back to me today and apologized, but what really heals my wounds are HIS words like in proverbs. I’ve never really processed ‘golden apples’ Thank you so much for sharing.

    1. Thank God for His healing Steph. God help us not speak harsh words to anyone, thank God the person came back to apologize. Thanks a lot for coming by and sharing this too.

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