This will make more sense if you first read my post “Three of the Hardest Words in the English Language,” written last week. In that post I proposed three common scenarios where “Three Words” could possibly have changed the outcome.
I also included the story of a young man who learned to say those words early and often. His wisdom helped him build stronger relationships and establish an exciting career. Here are what some of you guessed the words might be.
It’s lighten up Monday! In this clip, I talk about life’s bottom line to 11,000 adults and a stage full of teenagers. Enjoy!
The central message of the Bible is
the Creator of the universe telling us, “I love you.” His central message to us is
, “Show love to each other.”
Without love there is no life.
Is there someone you need to say,”I love you” to?
How have the words “I love you” changed your life?
At the crossroads of wisdom gained from experience and exuberance that springs from youth, you will find progress. Ken Davis
Nancy Reagan told a story of how President Ronald Reagan was once challenged by a college student who said it was impossible for Reagan’s generation to understand his.
“You grew up in a different world,” the student said. “Today we have television, jet planes, space travel, nuclear energy, computers. …”
When I was speaking with Women of Faith, I listened as Nicole Johnson spoke about emotional explosive gases that had built up in her life. One day she couldn’t find a sock that she knew she had put in the dryer.
Suddenly there was an explosion of rage and frustration. This was not “Sock Anger,” she explained. The missing sock was only the match that ignited the real anger that had been building for years.
Remember the old saying “The straw that broke the camels back?” It really wasn’t the straw broke his back. It was the unbearable weight that accumulated before the straw was put in place. Have you ever exploded and wondered why?
Over the years I have received many awards and a lot of positive recognition. Some of those awards hang on my wall or sit on a special shelf. I appreciate all of them.
BUT none of them come close to this!