Understanding the power of your words and when to use them effectively helps to minimize regrets and maximize results. Also, just because you can say something doesn't necessarily mean that you should. Understanding the subtle difference between words that help and words that harm can be overshadowed by emotions such as anger, hurt, bitterness and unforgiveness.
Therefore, speaking out doesn't always mean it's beneficial. Perhaps most importantly, how you choose to say things is just as important as choosing when to say them - the timing of our words.
This can be a real challenge for those of us who tend to speak first, without thinking. I am sure that every one of us has thought, "Why did I just say that?"
The lessons in this book are taken from a practical and a biblical standpoint to use wisdom in knowing what to say, how to say it, and when to say nothing at all. We should all weigh our words and think before we speak. Less talking really can equal better listening, thus opening up the door for better communication. Not only with each other, but it's vital for our relationship with the Lord.
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About the Author
This author and passionate teacher is an anointed expositor of God's Word who has been appointed by the Lord to stand in the office of pastor and teacher. His profound, systematic, revelatory teachings have blessed a diverse audience of believers.
His father, Evangelist Louis Kaplan, founded Jewish Voice Ministries International in 1967. Not only does Pastor Gil hold a Master's Degree in Theology, he is a licensed Messianic Rabbi under the covering of Rabbi Jonathan Bernis, the current President and CEO of JVMI.
Pastor Gil has served as Pastor/Rabbi for several Messianic Congregations/Fellowships, frequently teaching at various Bible Colleges and is a popular seminar and conference speaker.
Gil and his wife, Pastor Brenda Kaplan are Co-founders of Builders of Unity Ministries International in Phoenix, Arizona. They are both ordained Pastors through Church for the Nations in Phoenix, Arizona under the pastoral covering of Dr. Michael and Mary Maiden, where they also faithfully attend services. The Kaplans reside in Glendale, Arizona.