The world is watching how we live our lives. One of the clearest evidence of a renewed heart is in how we speak. Jesus said that the “mouth speaks from that which fills the heart” (Matthew 12:34). This is more than just avoiding fowl language. It’s the choice we have between blessing and cursing another. Cursing comes when we pronounce judgment upon another for the purpose of diminishing them. “Set a guard over my mouth,” the psalmist prayed (Psalm 141:3). This 25-minute presentation offers three “mouth guard” principles from the book of James for practicing vigilance over our speech. This message was presented as part of the “Street Cred” series at IronWorks.
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