When we bring before God’s throne of grace those who curse us we are exercising spiritual muscles of mercy and faith.
A wealth of information about Hebrew custom, geography and history give amazing new insight into John 4.
People have different priorities and expectations; so evaluate criticism in light of your purposes and calling in life. Recognize that your critics can often see your […]
Broken bones heal more quickly than wounds inflicted by a malicious tongue. Lying words, hypocritical words, and thoughtless words can destroy lives. Conversely, timely words aptly […]
In Proverbs 18:21, Solomon teaches The tongue has the power of life and death, and those who love it will eat its fruit. Wisdom is described […]
Even though words can hurt, the tongue can bring us and others great blessing and delight. According to Proverbs 25:11, well-spoken words reflect beauty and value: […]
King Solomon and James both warn us that our words are extremely powerful, and he reminds us that living the righteous life God desires includes carefully […]
King Solomon declares that our tongues have the power of life and death (Proverbs 18:21), He recognizes that with forethought, the tongue can heal, encourage and […]
God the Father is both holy and loving. King David, along with his son Solomon, tells us the fear of the Lord is the beginning of […]