“A word spoken at the right time—how good it is!”—Prov. 15:23
excerpted brief reading: [reference: W November 2016–“Keep On Encouraging One Another Each Day“]
Some parents do not commend their children because their own parents never gave them any encouragement. Many employees are not being commended, so they complain that there is a chronic shortage of encouragement in the workplace. Encouragement often involves commending a person for something he or she did well. We can also be encouraging by reassuring others that they have good qualities or by speaking “consolingly to those who are discouraged.” (1 Thess. 5:14, ftn.)
Do we use suitable occasions to let others know why we love and appreciate them?
10/18/18 @ 5:03 p.m.
P.s. @ 6:03 p.m. 10/18/18