Proverbs 18:21 ESV
Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it will eat its fruits.
Fill Your Mouth with Life, Not Death
What effect will your words have on those around you today? Fill your mouth with life, not death, by soaking your heart in Scripture.
Listen More, Speak Less
The internet has filled our world with words more than anytime in history. How do Christians navigate all the lies and seed conversation with something different?
3 dangers of having a careless tongue
The Bible says the tongue is a very powerful thing and using it carelessly will lead to devastating results.
Weigh Your Words - Focus on the Family
When we control our tongues, we can build a healthy, nurturing marriage. Exercising self-control in the little things may even help strengthen us to overcome temptation in the bigger things.
Make Your Mouth a Fountain of Life
The Bible tells us death and life are in the power of the tongue (Proverbs 18:21). That means a lot is at stake in what we say today. And in literate societies like ours, tongues include hands that write, type, paint, or sign.
Why is it important to ask God to set a guard over your mouth?
We who have been called by God to be His ambassadors should know that our words bear great weight, and should be very, very careful with the words we allow to come out of our mouths.
How to Pray About What You Say
Whatever it takes, Lord, let the words of our mouths be acceptable in your sight and a source of nourishment and refreshment to your people.
3 ways we misuse the power of the tongue
The Bible tells us that our tongues are very powerful. They can be a tool to bring good tidings or bad news. They can heal others or wound them.
Your Words Reveal Your Heart | Reformed Bible Studies ...
The ability to speak and use words is crucial to our human existence. We need the spoken word from other people; we especially need to hear that we are loved and appreciated. Imagine how you ...