Welcome to this Month’s Word Focus – ADMIRATION!
We all admire something or someone. It can be a family member, a friend, or a Higher Being. It can be an item, something you possess, or even a place.
According to Webster’s 1828 Dictionary, admiration is wonder mingled with pleasing emotions, as approbation, esteem, love or veneration; a compound emotion excited by something novel, rare, great, or excellent;
We may not like to admit it but we can become complacent with those whom we see or associate with all the time; whether they be loved ones, co-workers, or friends, we can lose the “admiration” that we should be maintaining.
This February, I would like to encourage you all to join me as I focus on the word, ADMIRATION, mainly for God and for our families.
We live in a world and a society that is constantly criticizing or belittling God and the roles of fathers and mothers.
Many have lost the “wonder” of who God is, the “wonder” of who fathers and mothers should be, and the roles they were meant to partake in.
This month can sometimes be considered the “Love Month.”
Many go all out in honoring that special person or persons in their life. This month, I would like to encourage you in four different ways on how you can accomplish that.
Do things on purpose. Say things with purpose.
Be concerned with what you say, do, or think.
Be close, be near, be familiar.
Be enveloped, be entangled, and be all wrapped up.
I look forward to expounding on these four points this month and hope you come back and see how we can all be a part of this month’s word focus!
Until Next Time.
Definitions taken from Websters1828Dictionary.com
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