3 New Examples of Romantic Moments Through Words

3 New Examples of Romantic Moments Through Words

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3 New Examples of Romantic Moments Through Words

First of all, Happy New Month to all members and partners of Kisses and Huggs Club. We love you. thanks for your prayers, support and love even as we keep reaching more people! Blessings!

It’s easy to get caught up in the chaos of this world and forget to appreciate the little things.However, taking the time to express love and gratitude through words can deepen the bond between partners and create lasting memories. In this devotional, we’ll explore how simple expressions of appreciation can transform ordinary moments into romantic ones.

This devotional is going to give you example words you and your partner can learn and exchange from time to time.

Expressing Gratitude in Romantic Moments

One of the most powerful ways to nurture a relationship is by expressing gratitude. Take a moment to reflect on the qualities you admire in your partner and the ways they enrich your life. Then, find opportunities to share your feelings with them.

Imagine sitting across from your partner, holding hands, and gazing into each other’s eyes. Softly, you say, “I want you to know how much I appreciate everything you do for me. Your unwavering support, your attentive listening, and your encouragement mean the world to me. You’re not just my partner; you’re my rock, my confidant, and my greatest cheerleader.”

In response, your partner smiles and says, “I feel the same way about you. Your love, kindness, and belief in me sustain me through the challenges of life. You make me feel valued and cherished in ways I never thought possible. Your presence brightens my darkest days and fills my heart with warmth.”

Deepening Connection with Romantic Moments

Words have the power to deepen the emotional connection between partners. When you express appreciation and love, you affirm the strength of your bond and create a sense of intimacy that strengthens your relationship.

With shining eyes, you continue, “You make me feel like I can conquer the world when we’re together. Your love is my anchor, providing stability and comfort in turbulent times. I treasure our late-night conversations, our shared laughter, and the adventures we embark on together. You are my partner in every sense of the word.”

Moved by your words, your partner responds, “I am grateful for you as well. You are my best friend, my soulmate, and my constant source of joy. I promise to cherish, support, and adore you for as long as we’re together. Your presence fills my heart with happiness and brings balance to my life.”

Taking Action in Romantic Moments

While verbal expressions of love are essential, actions also play a crucial role in nurturing relationships. If you find it challenging to articulate your feelings, consider writing a heartfelt letter or poem to your partner. These written expressions of love can be just as meaningful as spoken words and provide a lasting reminder of your affection.

And for married couples, don’t forget the power of physical affection. A tender kiss or embrace can convey love and appreciation in ways that words cannot.

In conclusion, creating romantic moments with words is a simple yet powerful way to strengthen your relationship. By expressing gratitude, deepening your connection, and taking action, you can cultivate a love that withstands the test of time.

So, take a moment today to tell your partner how much they mean to you. You’ll be amazed at how a few heartfelt words can transform an ordinary day into something truly special.




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Showing Gratitude Concerning Your Parents

Showing Gratitude Concerning Your Parents

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Today we will be looking at showing gratitude to your parents. Parents can be wonderful. They can be overbearing as well. They can reel out commands, rules, and guidelines. They tell you what to do and what not to do. They tell you when and when not to watch the TV.

To you, it seems as though they were over children. They just grew into adulthood one day.

Well, I have good news for you. Your parents love you. They love you so much they want the best for you. The rules and laws they give you are to bring out the best in you, not necessarily to restrict you.

They want to see you excel in your studies and in life. They want you to become a successful parent someday.

So the next time they tell you to wash your clothes, for example, know that it’s for your own good. They don’t want you to be a dirty person. When your clothes reek of sweat and are dirty, people will not want to associate with you and you could get teased or mocked at school by your mates. This could affect your self-esteem, making you withdraw from others.

Even the Bible encourages us to keep clean as it portrays the state of our hearts before God.

Take your evil deeds out of my sight; stop doing wrong. Wash and make yourselves clean. Isaiah 1:16 NIV.

Again the Bible tells you to obey and honor your parents so that it might be well with you.

Ephesians 6:2-3 GW “Honor your father and mother, that everything may go well for you, and you may have a long life on earth.” This is an important commandment with a promise.

God bless you well as you do so. Amen.

Prayer:
Almighty Father, help me to honor my parents by listening and obeying them. Help me to understand that all they do is for my own good. Amen.

Action Plan:
Take time to appreciate God for your parents and seek to understand them.

Declaration:
I am full of gratitude. I value my parents.

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Cultivating The Habit of Thanksgiving

Cultivating The Habit of Thanksgiving

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The habit of thanksgiving is good. In fact, it makes everyone around you want to do something for you, you know why? That’s because everyone loves to be appreciated.

Let me show you something interesting. Even the bible says we should give thanks in everything.

In everything give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.
KJV 1Thessalonia 5:18

Giving thanks is God’s will for us as his children. His desire is for us to be appreciative of everything and anything.

The bible says “in everything”, another translation says “in every circumstances.”

In essence, all the time is when we should give thanks.

Giving thanks or saying thank you shows you are a grateful person, and grateful people get more things, unlike someone that isn’t appreciative.

So many things happen when we give thanks, to God, our parents, friends and everyone.

1. You make the person receiving the thanks or appreciation happy

2. You get blessed the more. It’s very simple, if you say thank you for biscuits you’ll get more. Try it.

3. You can multiply what you have by giving thanks.

Remember Jesus, when he fed the five thousand, he gave thanks and broke the bread, then gave his disciples to share.
He feed five thousand people and more with five loaves of bread and two fishes.

How do you learn this habit?

1. By asking the Holy Spirit to help you be a grateful person.

2. By thanking God all the time for what you have.

3. By being appreciative each time you get something.

Prayer:
Lord, help me to be thankful always; Amen.

Action point:
Study the word “gratitude”

Declaration:
I am grateful to God. I thank my maker every day of my life.

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Showing Gratitude Concerning Your Parents

Understanding Gratitude To God And Man

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Ideally, when someone gives you a gift or offers a compliment, you ought to say thank you (that’s gratitude). Why?

Because it shows courtesy, that you are well brought up and not a country bumpkin.

Also, it’s a sacrifice on the person’s side. They decided to give you out of love or they saw that you needed something.

Even with a compliment, the person took his or her time to really look at you and decide to appreciate you for how you dressed, your hair, how clean your nails are, or how nice you smell. They noticed you.

The least you can say is thank you with a very genuine and friendly smile.

If someone pays you a compliment about how good your grades are, say thank you.

The Bible tells us to be thankful and that when we are grateful for what we have, we will receive more.

There are lots of people out there looking for who to notice them and would be grateful to just have one person say to them “you look good.”
Remember to say thank you the next time you get a gift or compliment.

God bless you. Amen.

Prayer:
Lord, I am grateful for all I have. Thank you for providing for my needs. Thank you for the compliments I have gotten and will get. Help me to always appreciate whatever I receive from others. Amen.

Action plan:
Consciously be aware of people’s compliments. Ensure you reply with a smile and “thank you.”

Declaration:
My children are grateful. They show appreciation in all they do.

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Be Full Of Gratitude

Be Full Of Gratitude

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Little children, keep thanking God. That is my word for you today. There is just something about gratitude.

The week might have begun smooth or rough for you, depending on what happened to you.

For some people, you wish you could change the hand of time and begin the week on afresh.

There is something quite a number of us do not do, which ought not to be so.

Listen to what the bible says;

In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you. 1 Thessalonians 5:18 KJV

God’s will is that you give thanks. How best can it be explained?

Regardless of how your week started, how your day went, or how the last month was, God is saying you should cultivate a habit of thanksgiving.

See how another version puts it.

Whatever happens, keep thanking God because of Jesus Christ. This is what God wants you to do. – 1 Thess 5:18{CEV}

Have you taken a moment to wonder what would have happened if Jesus Christ did not come?

Thank God for your parents. Thank Him that you have life. Thank Him for the school you are attending. Thank Him for your country. Some nations are at war as we speak. Children like you cannot go about their normal lives or play as kids should.

This week, just like the scripture admonishes; whatever happens, keep thanking God.

Don’t murmur. Don’t complain. Just be full of gratitude.

Tomorrow, I will show us a few benefits of being full of gratitude.

God bless you. Amen

Prayer:
Thank you, God for sending your son Jesus to the earth

Action Point:
Keep thanking God

Declaration:
I will not murmur. I will give thanks to God at all times.

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