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Misuse of the tongue – Sins of the tongue

Holy Bible

You need your tongue to chew, swallow, and sing. You taste with it, talk with it, and sometimes even stick it out! What is evil tongue? A tongue which speak evil things is an evil tongue. A tongue can make friends, make enemies, make another person happy, make another person cry and much more. So a tongue is very powerful part of the human body. It is apparent that we all have within our power many uses of the tongue that are good and acceptable with God. But there are specific references to types of misuse of the tongue as well. You witness the misuse of the tongue every day. Whether it is your classmates who gossip and betray one another, or people who verbally abuse each other, you see it all the time! The tongue can be a powerful tool for good or a powerful weapon for those who are bent on evil. The tongue has the ability to determine the direction of our lives. It can make or break us.  The tongue is certainly an essential tool in carrying out our God given responsibilities. It is safe to say that any misuse of the tongue like cursing, backbiting, lying, spreading rumour, or presenting false doctrine is done to cover up a weakness. If one is able to control his tongue, he is a mature person able to control his whole body. Lack of control means just the opposite of control and is an indication of gross immaturity.

We want to see how specifically the Scriptures speak out against sins of the tongue.

12 If you blow on a spark, it will glow;
    if you spit on it, it will be put out;
    yet both come out of your mouth.

13 Curse the gossips and the double-tongued,
    for they destroy the peace of many.

14 Slander has shaken many,
    and scattered them from nation to nation;
it has destroyed strong cities,
    and overturned the houses of the great.

15 Slander has driven virtuous women from their homes,
    and deprived them of the fruit of their toil.

16 Those who pay heed to slander will not find rest,
    nor will they settle down in peace.

17 The blow of a whip raises a welt,
    but a blow of the tongue crushes the bones.

18 Many have fallen by the edge of the sword,
    but not as many as have fallen because of the tongue.

19 Happy is the one who is protected from it,
    who has not been exposed to its anger,
who has not borne its yoke,
    and has not been bound with its fetters.

20 For its yoke is a yoke of iron,
    and its fetters are fetters of bronze;

21 its death is an evil death,
    and Hades is preferable to it.

22 It has no power over the godly;
    they will not be burned in its flame.

23 Those who forsake the Lord will fall into its power;
    it will burn among them and will not be put out.
It will be sent out against them like a lion;
    like a leopard it will mangle them.

24a As you fence in your property with thorns,
25b     so make a door and a bolt for your mouth.
24b As you lock up your silver and gold,
25a     so make balances and scales for your words.

26 Take care not to err with your tongue,
    and fall victim to one lying in wait. (Sirach 28:12 to 26)

Obviously we have all misused our tongues. Think of a situation you remember where you sinned in this way. If possible try to ask pardon to that person you hurt with your tongue, else remember him in your prayers and ask pardon in prayer to God for the sin done with your tongue. Ready, Set, Done

Duty towards neighbour

Holy Bible

What is our duty towards God, and towards our neighbour?
We all have neighbours near our home or work. Are we on good terms with them? Are we helping them in their need?
Being on good terms with neighbour has numerous benefits. Being on bad terms with neighbour can make life frustrating, day after day.

Think about the below questions and try to change your life as per the will of God.

Do you show your neighbours a warm welcome and extend a helping hand ?
Are you kind to your neighbours and respect them ?
If they need to borrow something from you,  do you provide them with it when you can ?
If they ask you for help do you help them ?
Do you ignore helping them, especially elderly or disabled neighbour ?
Do you try to ease their pain when they fall into sadness ?
Do you make fun of the way they live, talk, or dress ?

The Bible contains uplifting and encouraging scriptures for any situation you may face in life, and will guide you in your walk with Christ. Below are selected Bible verses that will offer biblically based guidance about duties toward neighbour.

28    Do not say to your neighbor, “Go, and come again, tomorrow I will give it”—when you have it with you.

29   Do not plan harm against your neighbor who lives trustingly beside you.

30  Do not quarrel with anyone without cause, when no harm has been done to you. (Proverbs 3 Verses 28-30)

You shall not take vengeance or bear a grudge against any of your people, but you shall love your neighbor as yourself: I am the Lord. (Leviticus 19:18)

The second is this, ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.” (Mark 12:31)

For the whole law is summed up in a single commandment, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” (Galatians 5:14)

You do well if you really fulfill the royal law according to the scripture, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” (James 2:8)

Each of us must please our neighbor for the good purpose of building up the neighbor. (Romans 15:2)

 

Qualities of a Good Wife

Holy Bible

Married life is a gift from God. Every couple wish to be happy in married life. A good wife is a major part of the happy married life. Every married man wishes to have a good wife. After marriage many people advise the new bride to be a good wife to her husband. What are the qualities of a good or perfect wife? Most of these qualities of a good wife are already inbuilt in a woman and the rest can be developed.

Never be rude to husband, his family and friends. Be warm, kind, positive, understanding and friendly. Welcome husband with a smile when he comes home instead of a sour face. A good wife honors her hubby by keeping a pleasant tone in her voice, a happy smile on her face and a neat and clean appearance.

Always speak in a loving way and refrain from speaking in a harsh manner. Treat husband with respect in front of others and at home.

Good Communication helps to build trust and strengthen relationship. Communication is the key to a good and solid married life. Be a good listener when husband is talking. Don’t greet him with complaints and problems the moment he comes back from work.

Support your husband in all stages of his career and life. Do not belittle husband or hurt his ego. It is often heard saying that ‘a wife can make a man or break a man’. Be proud of him on his accomplishments and genuinely complement him.

Many wives think that the only way to get her husband to do things is by nagging. But the truth is that nagging can create unwanted rift or can make things worse between the two. Never do nagging

A good wife need to understand that her husband has a life other than her also. He has his family, friends and colleagues who too are part of his life. Don’t stop him if he wants to go out and hang out with his friends sometimes or engage in a hobby or sport that he likes.

Sexual intimacy is one of the most essential things in married life. Keep him happy.

Men likes praises and appreciation. Make the best of your time together. Express love and appreciation often to him.
Be honest, loyal and dedicated to him.

The Joy of a Good Wife

1 Happy is the husband of a good wife;
    the number of his days will be doubled.

A loyal wife brings joy to her husband,
    and he will complete his years in peace.

A good wife is a great blessing;
    she will be granted among the blessings of the man who fears the Lord.

Whether rich or poor, his heart is content,
    and at all times his face is cheerful. (Sirach 26:1 to 4)

The Blessing of a Good Wife

13 A wife’s charm delights her husband,
    and her skill puts flesh on his bones.

14 A silent wife is a gift from the Lord,
    and nothing is so precious as her self-discipline.

15 A modest wife adds charm to charm,
    and no scales can weigh the value of her chastity.

16 Like the sun rising in the heights of the Lord,
    so is the beauty of a good wife in her well-ordered home.

17 Like the shining lamp on the holy lampstand,
    so is a beautiful face on a stately figure.

18 Like golden pillars on silver bases,
    so are shapely legs and steadfast feet. (Sirach 26:13 to 18)

If  wife want her husband to treat her like a queen, he should treat him like a king. In this modern world where most wives also work the above mentioned may not be fully practical. But at least some efforts can be put to put these tips into practice and try to be a Joyful wife and a blessed wife.

Advice concerning Women

Holy Bible

The Bible contains uplifting and encouraging scriptures for any situation you may face in life, and will guide you in your walk with Christ. Below are selected Bible verses that will offer biblically based guidance about woman, how a man should deal with a woman.

1 Do not be jealous of the wife of your bosom,
or you will teach her an evil lesson to your own hurt.
2 Do not give yourself to a woman
and let her trample down your strength.
3 Do not go near a loose woman,
or you will fall into her snares.
4 Do not dally with a singing girl,
or you will be caught by her tricks.
5 Do not look intently at a virgin,
or you may stumble and incur penalties for her.
6 Do not give yourself to prostitutes,
or you may lose your inheritance.
7 Do not look around in the streets of a city,
or wander about in its deserted sections.
8 Turn away your eyes from a shapely woman,
and do not gaze at beauty belonging to another;
many have been seduced by a woman’s beauty,
and by it passion is kindled like a fire.
9 Never dine with another man’s wife,
or revel with her at wine;
or your heart may turn aside to her,
and in blood you may be plunged into destruction. (Sirach 9:1-9)

Think how many times you made mistakes? It is time to change control your mind, change the way in dealing with women.