What Can We Say?
Are you at a loss at times about what to say?
Some people always have something to say, as if answers are at their finger tips with every thought they have.
If we all had that ability, would we never make mistakes?
We can make mistakes, yet put off any responsibility for our actions. By their fruit you will know them.
By our own fruits, others will know us as well.
- Are you arrogant at times?
- Are you always right when a person who does not like you is being passive aggressive toward you?
- Even gossiping openly about you?
- How do you respond when others accept the gossip about you?
When someone who has been passive aggressive says out loud in jest; “What did I do wrong?’
“Be not unwise, but know what the will of The LORD is.” Ephesian 5:17.
Scripture also states:
“No weapon formed against you will prosper. The words spoken against you, you shall condemn. This is your heritage in The LORD, and your vindication is from Me, says The LORD.” Isaiah 54:17.
“Stand fast therefor in the liberty in which Christ has made you free and be not entangled again in the yoke of bondage.” Galatians 5:1.
The words that we condemn really come from the enemy of our souls. We cast down the imaginations, and every high thing that exalts itself against the knowledge of God, bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ. (2 Corinthians 10:5).
“Jesus said, “I AM sending you out as sheep among wolves, therefor be innocent as doves but wise as serpents”” Matthew 10:16.
“Don’t worry about what you will say, for The Holy Spirit will give you the words to speak in that hour.” Luke 12:2.
~ Thomas Downes
Thomas Downes. Walking with The LORD for over 40 years, Thomas runs “The Voice of the Writer” a Prophetic Ministry. His purpose is to present the Word of God and the Love of God with the prophetic heart; the heart that desires to hear the Voice of The LORD, and present His Word for the encouragement of others.
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