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Faith-Question of the Week

How can stopping conversations with people who don't want to change help you?



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Leslie Green
Leslie Green
Nov 04, 2023

So I would like to a for instance

This week I had to go to the building to work. I usually WAH. As I was walking towards my car I heard a soft voice calling my name. It was Tammy. She ran over to me and we hugged. Tammy looked nice and healthy. I took those few moments to speak love into her life. She walked away beaming. Now is Tammy a person I would hang with? No. However I can always use these moments for God.

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It helps me to maintain peace of mind,soul, and spirit. If I don’t stop those conversations it usually takes me to a place I did not want to return, Stopping the conversation and bridling my tongue prevents the flesh and the adversary from winning. I will not forfeit my peace!

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Mary McCall
Mary McCall
Nov 04, 2023

I feel stopping conversation with people who don’t want to change can help protect one’s peace. Talking with them can cause mental and physical stress we aren’t aware of until it is manifested. Therefore, stopping conversations can bring peace!

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Leslie Green
Leslie Green
Nov 04, 2023

StoPPING conversations with people who do not want to change is ok sometimes. Small mindless chatter isn’t all bad. However this is probably not someone you share your deepest dark secrets with. Learn how to set limits and know when it is time to say GOOD-BYE TEMPORARILY OR FOREVER.

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It frees my heart and mind to focus on people who really want to change and are seeking help and truth. I’ve had to learn that not everyone truly wants help. Some people just want the attention. I really want to help others help themselves by accepting GOD and All of His instrucions and Word. I had to learn this.

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