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My Weekly Devotional - "The tongue of the wise promotes health." Pr 12:18 NKJV

Published on 3/14/2016
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SPEAK WORDS OF HEALING

Matthew Henry describes grace as "salt that seasons our words and keeps them from corrupting." Salt has two primary purposes: it preserves, and it adds flavor. So when the Bible says your words should be "seasoned with salt" (Col 4:6), it means they should preserve and not corrupt, always be in good taste, and promote well-being. James the apostle says that in the same way, "You can't draw fresh water from a salty spring" (Jas 3:12 NLT), you can't fake what's in your heart. It's not just a question of learning to say the right things; it's about having a right attitude, because what you say reflects "the things that are in [your] heart" (Mt 12:34 NCV).

Soloman says, "There is one who speaks like the piercings of a sword" (Pr 12:18 NKJV). Unless you are careful you can end up talking yourself and the people around you into all kinds of trouble. One Bible teacher says: "We have the ability to speak words of faith, which cause miracles to manifest...Faith is a law and we operate it with our words, either to our benefit or our destruction...'The tongue of the wise promotes health.' We could turn that around and say, 'The tongue of the unwise promotes sickness.' 

It's your choice. You can promote by the law of faith and line up your mouth and heart with what the Devil tells you. Or you can operate the same law of faith by lining your mouth and heart up with God's Word, pointing it towards His blessings. Faith works by believing and saying what God says." So begin to speak words of healing.

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