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The tongue is the hardest part of our body to control. Quite often we say things that we regret later. Once it is out of the mouth, it has done its destruction, and can’t be taken back.
What we say and don’t say are equally important. Proper speech is not only saying the right things at the right time, but it is also controlling your desire to says things you shouldnn’t .
Some example of a tongue out of control are:
- Putting others down
- False teaching
Before we speak we need to ask ourselves… Is what I am about to say, truthful? Is it necessary? Is it Kind?
The uncontrolled tongue can do great damage. Satan uses the tongue to divide people. Idle and hateful words are damaging, because they spread destruction quickly.
A few words said in anger can destroy a relationship that took years to build.
How can we control our tongue?
The Holy Spirit 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 , and we then don’t react in a hateful way. When we are criticized the Spirit will heal the hurt and we don’t lash out.
I realize this is not an easy task. I have a short fuse at times, and really have to “bite my tongue,” t keep me from saying something I will regret later. I am able to do it with God’s help.
You are never alone.
You are never forsaken.
You are never unloved.
Above all…never, ever, give up!