Lips That Heal

“Kind words heal and help; cutting words wound and maim.”

Proverbs 15:4

Be careful and mindful of what you say to people. Everyone could use an encouraging word.

Life is challenging on every hand, and you may be the very one who can lift a person’s spirit in their time of need.

It doesn’t make you weak to be nice. It doesn’t take anything away from you to hold back a negative comment, and to give an encouraging word.

What it does, is opens an opportunity for God to use you to be a blessing to someone else.

Be ‘selfless’, not selfish.. watch what you let come out of your mouth..

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Kurt Lykes is a published songwriter and author, and is currently the Director of Worship Arts at The Center of Hope in Inglewood, Ca. Kurt leads worship throughout the nation, his primary gift being one that equips and develops the Body of Christ in the area of worship. Kurt expresses his love and passion for his inspirational devotionals and songwriting by saying, "What comes from the heart reaches the heart, and I believe what people are searching for is something they can relate to. I believe my gift has been given to capture that reader and / or listener, and their heart, so that they can experience and prayerfully begin to understand God’s captivating love.”