Angry Words Leave a Lasting Scar, Even if U Apologize Later

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Thoughts just for you….

Have you ever said something in anger and wished you could have it back? I know I have. The problem is that once the words are out of your mouth they can’t be taken back. They leave a lasting scar even if you apologize later.

James 3: 8 says, “…no man can tame the tongue. It is a restless evil, full of deadly poison.”

Now that sounds a little harsh, but think about it. The tongue can’t be controled some times, becaseu we speack out of anger, and once anger sets in, we have the famous, “run-a-mouth,” disease.

Satan uses the tongue to divide people. We often allow the tongue to:

  • Gossip
  • Put people down
  • Brag
  • Manipulate others
  • Do false teachings
  • Exaggerate
  • Complain
  • Do lying

The uncontroled tongue can do terrible damage. Idle and hateful words are damaging because they spread destruction quickly. Once they are spoken, the damage last forever.

How can we battle this? The Holy Spirit, as we allow Him, will give us increasing power to monitor and control what we say, so that when we are offended, the Spirit will remind us of God’s love. Then we won’t reacte in a hateful manner. The Spirit will heal our wounds for us.


You are never alone.

You are never forsaken.

You are never unloved.

Above all…never, ever, give up!


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