• David Chadwick

Davidisms: You're Communicating All the Time

Some people believe they don’t do a good job communicating with others. So, they don’t even try to do so. But actually, we are communicating - intentionally or not - all the time. With our eyes. Glances. Posture. Body language.

My college basketball coach would regularly chide players for slumping their shoulders. Holding their heads low in defeat. With forlorn expressions.

Coach would tell us we were communicating to the other team – and each other - that we were playing poorly. Expecting to lose. Accepting defeat before it happened.

Instead, we are to communicate confidence! In all aspects of our lives. Especially as Christ followers.

Christians are more than conquerors through Jesus who loves us (Romans 8:37). Jesus who lives in us is greater than he who lives in the world (1 John 4:4). No weapon formed against us will prosper (Isaiah 54:17).

Is this you? Communicating confidence in Jesus no matter what your circumstances may be?

Claim as your own these biblical promises over your life each and every day.

Communicate confidence in your convictions. Say so in every way. Especially with your body language.

For you are communicating all the time, whether you realize it or not.

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