15 Phrases that Help to Build Your Child Up With Love
15 Phrases that Build Your Child Up With Love
You precious mom are teaching your children things right now that will stick with them forever and even pass down to future generations to come. Don't dismiss how critical it is to speak life, words of hope and compassion to your children. Trust me, they are listening, they will remember and your words do matter. In your tongue there is power! Choose to speak LIFE. Words that edify and build up, rather than tearing down.
Phrases that Help to Build Your Children Up
1. I love you!
2. You can do ALL things through Christ3. You are special and unique4. God loves you so much5. You are never alone, God is with you.6. It's OK for you to feel angry, let's talk about it.7. You are so beautiful/handsome8. I'm proud of you9. I am here for you if you need to talk10. I am always here for you when you need me11. Nothing could ever stop me from loving you12. You are so smart!13. Keep working toward your goal(s)14. Cast all your cares on God, he cares for you (1 Peter 5:7)15. There is goodness in you.
Be mindful when it comes to your words. I know that when dealing with children, you will sometimes find yourself frustrated and upset. However, even within those moments we must learn to be mindful of the words we speak out of our mouths. Your words have the ability to stick with some for a lifetime! That's something to think about right there. Choose to speak words that are life giving, positive and not hurtful. Though they are small, they are human with real thoughts and emotions. I believe we must be mindful of this. Sure, we are here to guide them, teach them, correct them but don't forget to show them love, even with your words.
“A gentle answer turns away wrath, but hard words stir up anger.”
“Gentle words bring life and health; a deceitful tongue crushes the spirit.”
“A person’s words can be life-giving water; words of true wisdom are as refreshing as a bubbling brook.”
“Wise speech is rarer and more valuable than gold and rubies.”