What did you JUST say to me?

What did you JUST say to me?

What did you JUST say to me? 👈🏾 Those are fighting words!

If you heard the words “What did you JUST say to me?” out loud...you probably know that the person who just spoke said something really WRONG and the person asking the question was giving that person who just spoke an opportunity to change their words. That phrase lets the other person know you said something extremely offensive, hurtful, or just plain wrong and it will not be spoken again!

Perhaps you’re like me and have utter those words to someone in hopes they don’t repeat themselves because if they did an argument was about to start..lol


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Sometimes words can be spoken about us that are very harmful or offensive and we may or may not decide to speak up at that moment. But oftentimes we will speak up for someone we love a little more quicker. I’ve heard others (I have also found myself saying) “You can talk about me but don’t say anything about my kids” or “You can say what you want about me but don’t bring my mom into this” …

Can you imagine God saying “You can say what you want about me, but don’t talk about my children” ? Or what if, every time you spoke a negative word about His child you heard Him say “What did you JUST say to Me?” … You would know immediately you just said the wrong thing and it's about to go down if you don’t correct your words…lol…

What you say about yourself is important
What you say about yourself is powerful.
What you say about yourself matters to God.

I pray that every time you begin to say or think something wrong, offensive, or mean about yourself an image of Jesus rolling up His sleeves, titling His head, and saying “What did you JUST say?” comes up...LOL

You are valuable, and should speak to and about yourself as such!

You are a child of God.

Watch yo mouf talking about God's children!

In His Love



"But to all who did receive him, who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God" John 1:12


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