Relationships are formed and shaped by words. What are the most powerful words you can use?
The one most powerful word - Love For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believes in him will not die, but have eternal life. Now these three remain: faith, hope, and love, but the greatest of these is love.
The two most powerful words - What if? These two words release hope, they stir greatness, they open possibilities, they take personal responsibility, they create vision, they launch action, these two words will change your life, they can change the world. What if I... What if we... What if God would...
Two more - Thank you These two words express gratitude and appreciation, which fulfills a universal human need, which then attracts favor.
The three most powerful words - I love you These three words - establish a child's self-esteem. These three words make a woman understand her unique worth. These three words from a woman who loves him - make a man truly believe in himself. These three words give freedom to fail, and in so doing, give courage to try. I love you. These three words reinforce every person's incalculable worth.
The four most powerful words - I believe in you. These four words inspire greatness, they build confidence, they can establish a marriage, they can make an ordinary man believe he can do extraordinary things – He will charge hell with a bucket of water. These four words activate destiny, they enable purpose, they generate diligence, they foster excellence.
The five most powerful words - Above all else get wisdom. These five words define priority. They guarantee success. -
Five more - How can I serve you? These five words establish greatness, they abort selfishness, they are the soil of excellence, they fashion leaders, they create fortunes, they open the door to a lifetime of success.
The six most powerful words - I believe that we will win. These six words establish perpetual action, they eliminate alternatives, they sustain efforts, they narrow focus, they create energy, they generate momentum, they guarantee results.
The seven most powerful words - I want to be like you someday. These seven words give honor, they illuminate responsibility, they quantify success, they generate accountability, they ensure future generations.
The eight most powerful words - What Do You Need Most From God Today? This is the best question ever. It opens the door to the supernatural. It activates the power of God.
Eight more - This is what God told me to do. These eight words will defeat doubt, they will crush fear, they will overcome adversity, they will prevent you from quitting, they will sustain you through tough times, they will keep you going even when the odds are impossible.
Eight more - The precious possession of a man is diligence. These eight words are critical to success in life.
The nine most powerful words - Though none go with me still I will follow. These nine words cement resolve, they remove false motive, they eliminate distraction, they fulfill purpose.
Nine More - If at first you don't succeed; try, try again. These nine words guarantee that failure is not final.
The ten most powerful words - God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble. These ten words protect you. They ensure success.
The eleven most powerful words - Come, follow me, and I will make you fishers of men. These eleven words establish identity, they prevent a squandered life, they express eternal purpose, they define true success, they reveal what will be rewarded.
A PRISM Topic: is God’s Word on a single subject. A Relationship Topic is a perspective from God's Word on relationships. A PRISM Topic Packet is a grouping of PRISM or Relationship Topics of similar subjects... part of the M: Meditate on theWord of PRISM – (5 Things You Can Do Daily in God’s Word) to transform the way you think. Ask God what PRISM Topic or Relationship Topic He wants you to meditate on today.Take your PRISM Topic, Relationship Topic or Packet with you! Come back to them multiple times a day! “It is to be with him, and he is to meditate on it day and night, so that he may learn to fear the LORD…” - Deuteronomy 17:19