We write because we want to effect change.
So why are we not consistently effecting the change we want to see?
Because the words and phrases we use often convey a lack of conviction. When we communicate with a lack of conviction, it shows a level of fear and disbelief.
Often, our words hold the beauty and power of our message hostage.
If we have the most beautiful, life-changing, hope-inspiring message in the history of humanity, shouldn’t we desire it be communicated with courage and conviction?
If we’re convinced that Jesus really is the Way, the Truth, and the Life, shouldn’t our words reflect the courage and commitment we experience in our hearts?
I recently wrote a blog post expanding on this idea for Jeff Goins’ blog. You can read the whole thing HERE.
* Image credit: Creation Swap user Sandara Lee