Thursday, 28 January 2016

What's she Thinking? What's He Thinking? What's The Difference Between Their Thoughts.., Find Out! This Piece Is Too Loaded To Be Ignored..

   

Good morning Fam, bet you night was as cool as mine...*winks*  Well, I use two devotionals for my morning devotion. The first is "Open Heaven by Pastor Adeboye" and the second is "The Confident Woman Devotional by Joyce Meyer"...These two devotionals transformed my life. And as a lady, Joyce Meyer was my first ever unseen female instructor and mentor. she taught me a lot through her books and I love and appreciate her for that.

The difference between the thoughts of a man and a woman would make you go "oh my God!, no wonder" that's exactly how I felt when I stormed the piece. Love me some Joyce Meyer, she gets it right all the time.

What's the difference, see what Joyce Meyer has to say;

"The bible encourages us to seek understanding. Read a couple of good books on the difference between men and women and also one of the differences in personalities. If you do, it may prevent thousands of arguments or misunderstandings.

Women offer unsolicited advice and give direction, and men usually don't take advice very well. the woman thinks she is just trying to help, but the man thinks she doesn't trust him to make the right decision.

When a woman disagrees with a man, he takes it as disapproval, and it ignites his defenses. Men only want advice after they have done everything they can do. Advice given too soon or too often causes him to lose his sense of power. he may become lazy or insecure.

Men are visual creatures; once an image is in their head, it's hard to get it out. Women are more clinched to remember emotions or how something made them feel.

Seek understanding first, then speak".


"Proverbs 4:1 (AMP Version)

 The beginning of wisdom is: get wisdom (skillful and godly wisdom)!
{For Skillful and godly wisdom is the principal thing.} And with all you have gotten, get understanding (discernment, comprehension, and interpretation).[James 1:5.]"


Joyce Meyer definitely needs a standing ovation. With all of this, I can relate in totality, I don't know about you. She advice we read good books to further enhance our knowledge. Men ain't that difficult to handle so are women. Understanding and effective communication help a great deal between men and women.They closeup the breach.

Trust you were enlightened by this piece.


Have a wisdom and an understanding filled day!




Yours Truly.

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