Weapon of mass destruction

Your mouth can cause a lot of destruction if you don’t watch what you say. Psalm 141:3 says “Set a guard over my mouth, LORD; keep watch over the door of my lips.” If we look at the life of Jesus. He only did what He see the Father do. How many times do we do what the Father does or do we continue in our own wickedness. If partake of this world and become more like it, then we’ll speak like the world and therefor sow destruction. If we meditate on the word of God, day and night as the book of Joshua says, then we’ll speak to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs. Scripture also say that we must  encourage one another daily, as long as it is called “Today,”. But we can only do that if we are in tune with the Spirit of God. We’re called to speak life and the only way of doing that is hearing what the Father wants us to say.

Things would start to change if we start speaking life.


Live by example

People look at Christians. They look at the example they’re setting. Yes, we are human and make mistakes, but let us not forget the One who gave us life and life in abundance. Living a joyful life, people will wonder. Setting a example, people will start asking questions. God is alive in you, sin doesn’t control your life, your circumstances doesn’t depend your mood. Yes, it is hard to stay focused during the hard times. It is needed that we go through it to be formed into the image of God. Jesus’ life is an excellent example of how to live, but we’re not Jesus?! I know, but let us strive to live as that kind of example. God will guide us with His grace. Let us try, with everything inside of us, to keep our focus on the cross of Calvary.

Our Jesus died for us to live in freedom. Let us praise Him with our lives.