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.
Too often, we sin with our mouths, saying too much or too little, at the wrong time or in the wrong place. This Ecclesiastes 5:2 audio devotional may help.
In Acts 8:35, Philip opened his mouth to preach the gospel. This audio devotional focuses on this passage and our responsibility to do the same.
Stephen spoke with a wisdom and a spirit that his listeners were not able to resist. This audio devotional from Acts 6:10 further examines these ideas.
"If the Lord will" is an audio devotional from James 4:15. It is a reminder that we ought to speak in accordance with the truth.
This audio devotional called "The tongue is a fire" is based on James 3:6. It discusses our speech and how it can have an impact on the world.
"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.
"The redeemed of the Lord" is an audio devotional from Psalm 107:2-3 about proclaiming the wonderful redemption of God.
The declaration in Psalm 88:1-3 that "my soul is full of troubles" is the basis for this audio devotional. It is an encouragement to be honest in prayer.
Thankfully, we have heard of God's might and blessings. This audio devotional from Psalm 44:1 encourages us to both speak and listen.
Psalm 34:13-14 commands God's people to keep thy tongue from evil. This audio devotional takes a closer look at this passage of scripture.
We must praise and thank the Lord everywhere; and particularly among the heathen. This audio devotional is based on Psalm 18:49.