If we have a lot of bad things to say about people, we often say them in places where they won't hear us. More from this Ecclesiastes 10:20 audio devotional.
Men who show a consistent, unrestrained hastiness to anger are revealing their foolishness, according to Ecclesiastes 7:9 and this audio devotional.
Paul expresses contentment, no matter the circumstances. This Philippians 4:12 audio devotional expands on this theme and urges us to take his example.
Christians must think differently. This Philippians 4:8 audio devotional tells us to set our minds on right and good, things which only come from God.
This audio devotional is from I Peter 2:12. It is focused on knowing with certainty in our own hearts that we have done right when we are accused.
The people of Israel, as Aaron describes in Exodus 32:21-22, were indeed "set on mischief." This audio devotional describes the problem with this statement.
"Let every man" is an audio devotional from James 1:19. It reminds us that we ought to be swift to hear, slow to speak and wrath.
Psalm 69:5 says "O God, thou knowest my foolishness; and my sins are not hid from thee." This audio devotional is about this verse.
Our communication with others ought to be heavy on that which is good. This is the topic of our Ephesians 4:29 audio devotional.
"Whatsoever ye do" is an audio devotional based on Colossians 3:22-23. How do we serve God within the master and servant relationship?
"Thy strength is small" is an audio devotional from Proverbs 24:10. It encourages us to admit our lack of strength and rely upon Jesus Christ.
This is an audio devotional from Proverbs 14:5, which says "A faithful witness will not lie: but a false witness will utter lies."