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My son was speeding on the roadway, trying to reach his office on time, for an early assignment. I hate it when my children haven’t planned their timing properly. They put themselves in chaos, rushing on things, especially on the road.

Quite often as a parent, I find myself in disappointment and disagreement with how they do things. But I guess that’s only normal for any parent.

Over the years, I have learned to control my anger and resentment, having to say sorry and explain my actions later, during my interactions with my children. But nevertheless, as a point of discipline and order at home, my silence speaks much and when my children ‘hear’ it, they know that there’s something they need to put in order or rectify in their actions!

Proverbs 29:17 Correct your son, and he will give you comfort; He will also delight your soul. Click To Tweet

Talk in all times, but let your silence be known in times! Remember,¬†you can’t collect back those words you have thrown in an uncontrolled moment, once said, they remain out there. Silence is often the best cure for most troubles!

Silence is the Most Powerful Scream!


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My LORD JESUS, My Rock, My Fortress AMEN! Geevetha Mary Samuel is a working, widowed mother of 4 wonderful young adults.

5 COMMENTS

  1. I praise you Lord. Please send me a financial blessing as you know my struggles. Please keep peace in my heart and my mind and thank you for loving, forgiveness, and your enormous joy that you bring to my life. I want nothing more than to be obedient and follow only you Father God. Thy will be done, your living daughter. Denise

  2. Thank you Lord for my Gift from you God my Son Zackary Que Frantz ~ He truly is my heart, help me to lead him guide him to be an obedient child of God and please help him to walk by faith not by sight and to know you truly are the light and the way, please protect my beautiful boy and guide to a life of joy, peace and true happiness. I ask this in YOYR precious, glorious name.
    Amen & Amen

  3. Thank you for that. I had the same experience with my youngest daughter. With her it was supplies for an assignment or project or treats for some class event. I too was aggravated by her procrastinating. She admits she still is. However, I no longer have to rush along with her to get to the store or doing last minute baking. The Lord has blessed us both. In spite of our weaknesses, He’s given her several gifts for ministering to the saints. She sings, leads worship, accompanies the worship team on keyboard. She’s a Life Coach, using the Word to guide, instruct and build up the spirit and soul of struggling, hurting clients. She also has the gift of teaching. Procrastination can and has led to Organizational skills. God is good. We don’t often see what is being wrought in the background. She’s Amazing; but then her middle name is Grace.

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