Stubborn Words

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It is easy to think that words just fade into the air. Without consequences. But those words have power I don’t see. They leave tracks in our brains–for good or evil. Blessings or curses.

 

James 3:10 (NIV)
Out of the same mouth come praise and cursing.
My brothers and sisters, this should not be.

Oh Lord, forgive my stubborn, hurtful words.

Psalm 19:14
May these words of my mouth . . . 
be pleasing in your sight,
LORD, my Rock and my Redeemer.amen

 

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3 Responses to Stubborn Words

  1. Kathy Wyg says:

    Good Morning..Shirlee….once again you hit the nail right on the head…I know unfortunately..this one applies to me…back when Clinton announced she was running..& I found her stance on sev important issues; I rather got very upset &
    E-mailed her camp & her FB site..I never used swear language…but did let her & her camp know what I thought..albeit it was & is all the truth….but your e-mail today..
    Rather brought out my not so nice side…but that’s ok…sometimes I feel truth has to be told…

    Have a blessed day….Shirlee………..

    Kathy wyg

    • Shirlee Abbott says:

      Your angry words, Kathy, may have disturbed the sender more than the receiver.
      Bless your tender, honest heart!

      • Kathy Wyg says:

        Good morning again…Shirlee…my hubby said …they just delete the neg stuff immediately; obviously they like living in the evil
        Side….wow……& you are right Shirlee…on our comment back to
        Me…of course…no more of that stuff…

        It is for far more important stuff..

        Have a blessed day guys……………………Kathy wyg

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