Sift Your Words Carefully

Sift Your Words Carefully.

This post has greater meaning than just what was spoken. If everyone observed words they spoke then their wouldn’t be any regrets, need of apologies or misunderstood remarks. As a writer I have learned that even the smallest words have meaning and that some people view words differently that others. Words are powerful and can cut the heart like a knife. They can bring sorrow to your loved ones and the people you cherish the most. Sift your words is a powerful statement that shouldn’t be overlooked. It should be a lesson guide to each individual. The tongue is an unruly evil full of deadly poison (James 3:8). In Psalm 52:2 it says, “The tongue deviseth mischiefs; like a sharp razor, working deceitfully.”
Sometimes it is better not to speak than to say something that you cannot take back. Once said, it is done.

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