Words That Can Change Your Life

The Importance Of Words

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Can you say “I love you” and not just think it; “Yes” and really mean it; “No” for a bigger “Yes” and “Thank You” with creativity? Learn from Ed Young how these little words when spoken lovingly and consistently, can revolutionize your life and your relationships.

sermons from this Series

    1. I Love You

    I Love You

    Relationships

    Today we arguably look at the three most powerful words in our vocabulary. I love you. Now just the articulation of that phrase brings to mind many vivid memories. We think about songs, events, that special someone. But we can't really grasp this phrase until we understand that God, Himself, is the first one to ever coin this phrase.
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    2. Yes

    Yes

    Relationships

    It's just a little word, one that rolls off our tongues dozens of times a day. In our commitment free culture, though, we basically have neutered this word, stripped it, gutted it and hollowed it out. The word I am referring to is the word, yes. Yes is a word of affirmation, agreement and acknowledgment. But sadly, in our litigation littered world, we have to be very careful when we say this word.
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    3. Thank You

    Thank You

    Relationships

    He wants us to to express our thankfulness thoughtfully, lovingly and consistently to others. You see the Holy Spirit who invades our lives the moment we receive Christ is totally committed to cultivating within our lives an attitude of gratitude, an attitude of appreciation.
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    4. No

    No

    Relationships

    No. There is such a finality to it. It is a short, succinct and direct word. The inability to articulate this two-letter word tyrannizes many of us in our relational and emotional worlds. The absence of it can cause us to bounce around on the bunny slopes of life missing out on the kind of advancement and progression that God has in store for us.
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