Sunday, July 26, 2009

Sunday's Scripture:

Proverbs 18: 21 (New King James Version)

21 Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it will eat its fruit.

Another translation says "those who love to talk, will eat their own words". Which is basically saying you shall reap the actions in which you sew towards other people. I love this scripture because it personifies the power & strength that words have. The Bible uses the tongue to symbolize words, and in doing so, says that life and death are at your own discretion. If you curse and slander the names of people; expect to reap the same actions done to yourself. If you bless and commend other people; you shall reap that nature as well.



  1. lipton|TEE said...
    Lol,this does make me feel bad about certain things that I've said about certain people
    Kim said...
    that's why I try not say something negative about another person if it's not necessary. Powerful words.
    Anonymous said...
    Girl, preach!
    I love this post :)
    GL0 said...
    Me too.. smh, but sometimes i just do it for laughs, cuz i know they themselves aren't actually reading it..

    no harm done if it isn't heard right?
    Mikeman said...
    one word:

    we obviously know about the power of words especially with the assistance of Turnbaugh but that is precisely why we need to speak life and not death.

    not to sound cliche
    [Turnbaugh hates them lol]
    but its sad how its much easier for ppl to
    hate than congradulate
    degrage rather than uplife
    talk shit rather than encourage
    ...and the list goes on and one.

    Elementary but "if you aint got nothing good to say, say anything at all"
    GL0 said...
    Love it Mike! u are definitely right! You'd make Turnbaugh proud :-) LMAO
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