Nurture And Encourage Others To Grow (Part 1)

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WELCOME BACK. The scripture says: “Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing. ” (1 Thessalonians 5:11). It’s imperative to understand the fact that listening to others and putting their plans ahead of your own reflect your respect for them and have the potential to make you and them more successful. A man once said: “No one become rich unless he enriches another” When you develop others by way of nurturing and encouraging them to succeed you grow, you not only bring joy and happiness to them and yourself, but you also increase your influence and their ability to touch other people’s lives. It takes the grace of God to unleash a positive impart on the life of others around you. Nurturing and encouraging others to grow into capacity empowers and increase your influence. It opens you up to creativity. When you feel that someone deserves the highest quality of life, you would begin to get ideas on how to make it happen. The act of nurturing and encouraging is the act of appreciating someone’s worth. It helps you to recognize their potential and want to add value to them. This attitude change everything. When nurturing is absent, greed, envy, selfishness, malice, rejection, hatred and such vices manifest in abundance. People succeed at the expense of others. You can positively impact people by nurturing them. It doesn’t matter what profession you are in. And it doesn’t matter how successful the people around you are or what they have accomplished in the past. Everyone needs to feel valued.

John Knox, a clergyman said: “You cannot antagonize and influence at the same time” You see, nurturing make us to prefer others. We focus on giving, not getting. Lack of love creates poverty mentality. Nurturing and encouraging people has changed everything for me. If I find anything that is useful to the people I lead, I share them without hesitant. I do that because I have applied these things and gotten results. If I do not share them with all the deprivation that I see around me, I would be a hypocrite. We must nurture and love people. The highest principles in relationship is love. It may be hard to love if you have experienced rejection and bitterness, and have had to fight for any little progress you made in life. One of God’s commandment is “love your neighbour as yourself “. You may not have been used to forgiveness all your life, but you need to break free from those negative odds. Depend on God to give you the power to forgive. Without forgiveness you cannot nurture, love and encourage others. That’s the starting point. Each time you do the right thing, your moral authority increases. If you become a major nurturer in the lives of others, then you have an opportunity to make a major impact on them. Remember, the length and breadth of our influence on others are directly related to the depth of our concern for them, because when it comes to nurturing and helping people grow and feel good about themselves, there is no substitute for love.

Thank you for reading to this end, see you again next week Monday morning for another interesting and soul uplifting spiritual and universal principles. Don’t miss it. Make your comment below or visit our site @ http://www.wizzymedpower.com to “share” or “like” this post.

You will succeed!

Israel Onyije
Success Christian Leading Coach
Wizzymed Power International

3 thoughts on “Nurture And Encourage Others To Grow (Part 1)

    Masoud Dalvand said:
    October 29, 2018 at 9:47 am

    “Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing” , This is an excellent advice! thanks for sharing this with us dear Israel. God bless you.

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