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The Power Of Our Thoughts And Words




The title of this blog post fits into my pillars of health. Proper thinking and word choice are foundational/keystone elements to maximizing one's health. I have this up there with proper movement/exercise and eating an anti-inflammatory diet while supplementing appropriately.


We've all heard the phrase, sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me. This phrase could not be farther from the truth. It's a lie, period.


Lets look to some of the wisdom from the Proverbs, written by one known as the wisest human ever (second to Jesus.)


Proverbs 18:21 - Words kill, words give life; they're either poison or fruit - you choose.


The infallible Word of God explicitly says that words kill. They have incredible power. We must think before we speak and learn to renew our minds so that what we think and subsequently say is beneficial, constructive and healthy.


I love Proverbs 16:24 - Gracious words are a honeycomb, sweet to the soul and healing to the bones. Here we see the medicinal properties that words can have on our physical health.


In Job 3:25 we see an example of a negative self-fulfilling prophecy. Job said, "What I feared has come upon me; what I dreaded has happened to me. This reinforces the idea that we must be intentional about taking every thought captive and only retaining what is going to truly benefit our lives.


There is a wonderful example found in Philippians 4:8 pertaining to the things we should focus our thoughts on. Paul gives us this directive, "Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable - if anything is excellent or praiseworthy - think about such things."


I think this concept can be the missing ingredient in many people's quest for their health reaching its pinnacle. I know some people who exercise diligently, eat healthfully but still suffer from various diseases. I'm not saying this is the only other answer. There are many factors that can play into the state of someone's health. I&#x