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Universal Utterings for 9-3-2014
Those who guard their mouths preserve themselves; those who open wide their lips bring ruin. Proverbs 13:3
First Corinthians 3:1-9, Proverbs 13:1-5 & Luke 4:38-44
It would seem sometimes that we need to stick our foot in our mouth for in the heat of a moment we can and will spew toxic words of regret. You can look back over any relationship from parents to children to best friends where that point in time it surely would have been better if we had stuck something in our mouths to prevent the ugliness God calls us away from but find out all too many times we are too late.
The problem we seem to create by this lack of control has its consequences but at its best situations could have been prevented by calling out to God to rebuke the satanic responses for prayers of faith, hope and love. Even in the opinions of another we must find patience built around petitions we share with God in practice as we pray for words of peace in proclamation. God who prepares His faithful in an instant as He can and will prepare you over time to exact all resolves done regrettably so at any point in life. Amen.
We ask in prayer. Dear LORD, we pray to speak in works for You LORD not in words of spite or discontent. Novena prayers day eight for JSRW (my son Jeffrey). Prayers for Dr. Cruz-Peluca. LORD from Proverbs 13:2 I chant; “From the fruit of the mouth one enjoys good things, but from the throat of the treacherous comes violence.” In Jesus Name we pray. Amen.
I am surrendered in Christ,
†Spirit led God inspired Christ fed†
Proverbs 13 1 thru 5 Ruin by lips widely opened perception
Son wise cannot deny correction
Love in an instant obvious connection
Heeding nothing scoffer’s affliction
Learning not to embrace rebuke affection
Things good enjoyed by mouth perfection
Violence comes from treacherous throat reflection
Mouths guarded preserve words of selection
Ruin by lips widely opened perception
Nothing craves sluggard appetite infection
Satisfied amply diligent taste daily confession
Words deceitful hated by the just recollection
Disgraceful and wicked the odious imperfection
© Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins September 3, 2014 5:15 AM EST