“Say What You Mean . . .” – An Insight for Lesson 1

How often have you heard it said, “Say what you mean and mean what you say”? Would you agree that people who heed this sage advice are likely to be trustworthy? After all, if you can and do explain your feelings, thoughts, questions, and expectations clearly, then people can easily understand who you are and what is important to you. If you actually follow through on the ideas and hopes that you express verbally, then it is even more likely that you will be viewed as trustworthy. Today, dear Lord, please help me to honor you through the words that I say. Thank You that Your words are totally trustworthy, a complete and clear reflection of Your character and Your great and enduring love for me.


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