God girl communication

{O Lord, set a guard at my mouth. Keep watch over the door of my lips.}  - Psalm 141:3

"Being a God Girl means being aware of what your words and actions are saying about your God."
In my devotional, the last chapter was on "God Girl Communication." Not only did it talk about how to deal with enemies, but also boys, adults, and certain situations.

I've always been told to be nice to everyone; keep a smile on your face and don't let them see you cry. But, this book doesn't say to do these things to fool others. It teaches that your true personality should be honest, caring, and compassionate. You should show love to strangers, give encouragement, and always sport kindness (no matter who they are what they can/can't do for you).
  •  Authority (this includes your parents!) - R-e-s-p-e-c-t is the key word. This isn't based on how you feel about the person making demands, but on their position of God-given authority in your life. It means you must always act out of love towards them and refrain from retaliation, mocking, and disputes.
  • Boys - If anything, control your emotions. Don't be a negative Nancy and make an issue over every little thing that the opposite sex says. Also, approach them no differently than you would a girl. Communicate like a lady, not a girl searching for approval or compliments. Think about what you say before it comes out. Guys think COMPLETELY different than girls. Yes, we know how to play with guys emotions, whether it be with what we say or how we dress. Keep your words pure and don't let yourself fall into a sinful trap.
  • Enemies - "If what you want to say isn't useful to build people up or to communicate your love for them, then you have to consider your motives." Be sure to avoid gossiping and being judgmental! God is the only one that has the right to judge others; after all, you are just as sinful as the next person. We ALL struggle, maybe not with the same sins, but we all have our weak points. Use others weaknesses as a point of communication - ask them how you can help them or just be a listening ear, a friend. Build them up, not yourself.
  • Your peers - Don't just talk to be heard! When your with others, take the focus off yourself and shift it to them. Make sure you're giving them a turn to express their feelings. LISTEN and thoughtfully reply to what their saying. Allow God to work through you and their problems; use scripture and prayer to help them overcome an issue. But, be careful to not become the mediator between them and Christ. Remember that it can be easy to talk and get others opinions, but spending quality time with God is the only way to truly feel relieved and know that everything is under control.
Overall, the personality that you display can either turn your peers to or away from Christ. That is a HUGE responsibility for believers. Our mission while on earth is to "go out and make disciples of all men." So what are we waiting for?! Smile at people, look them in the eyes, say hello, give all that you can, and spread Christ's unconditional love through your words and actions.


  1. Very wise words! I definitely agree with this!

  2. What a beautiful dress!
    And I agree, especially on the boys. We girls tend to make a HUGE deal about little things they do-holding the door, smiling...breathing...LOL! It's important to be guarded in our thoughts and actions-besides, if a boy really likes you, don't you think he'll make it very obvious-not drop hints?

    The peers brought up an interesting point too, it's the most frustrating thing in the world for me when I talk to someone who just wants to talk so they can hear the sound of their own voice-asking questions of others is the surest way to gain a friend!
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  3. Long time without passing by and say "Hello".

    When I see this dress, it gives me a gipsy vibe that I like it.

    As regards boys, currently I feel so identified with what it says. Sadly I believed I could control boys's emotion, but I'm afraid things might be out of control. And I don't know how to deal with it.

    1. I think we all get to that point in some of our relationships. It's so hard to remember that boys and girls emotions are on opposite spectrums. If you have any questions or just want to talk, please feel free to email me or comment. I would love to help you and pray for you!


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