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The words we say leave marks for good or for bad. In Proverbs 12:18, and other related passages, we learn that those who speak recklessly hurt. They do not think carefully about what they are going to say and so inflict serious damage on those around them and even themselves. In contrast, those who speak wisely heal. The words spoken by the wise are words at their very best. They are, above all, true, while also being few, calm, and timely. Such words may come in the form of encouragement or even a loving rebuke that often results in healing for the recipient and blessing for the speaker. So, wisely speak the truth in love by thinking before you speak, anchoring your words in the truth of Scripture, and being motivated by love for others with a view towards benefitting them through your words.
Getting old is a fact of life and society can often make those of senior years feel unwanted. The Psalmist cries to God that he would not forsake him in his old age. How do we treat aging in teh church today and do the older folk have something to contribute?
Know Jesus. Know the Gospel. Know that Jesus saves.
James tells us that Trials will come our way, so how will we handle them? Life is hard, but God gives up hope.
Peter has given much encouragement and comfort to suffering Christians throughout this first letter. Now, as he brings the letter to a close, he makes sure that he imparts some final practical wisdom for their lives......and for ours too.
The Apostle Paul is responding to: 1. The Value of God's Wisdom and 2.The Wealth of God's Grace
Everything is spiritual and only the Spirit filled person can discern and understand spiritual things.