#Tongue
James 1:26-27
by Dorothy Parker
An nonreligious person does not bite his tongue while religiously pure and sure, therefore, he does the right things for others.
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James 1:26-27
by GarrettFelix
The parallel of heart and tongue
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James 1:26-27
by greenpi
The use of the Tongue or Time, Talent & Treasure train our hearts in either deception or true devotion.
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by Derek McLarty
Your tongue is the litmus test for whether you have a heart pleasing to God.
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James 3:5-12
by Laura Minton
James presents taming tongue as a hopeless, but thankfully we have Christ as our great HOPE!
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James 3:5-12
by Josué Pineda
Now we have a new life, able to tame the tongue. Do not let that monster be out of control.
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James 3:5-12
by Chris Thomas
Life is filled with regret over words spoken. The tongue is a force to be reckoned with. There is hope.
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James 3:5-12
by kennedys7
Dread a loose tongue as you would the plague
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James 3:1-5
by Josué Pineda
The power of the tongue should be a deterrent in the desire to be a teacher to those who can not control it.
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James 3:1-5
by Chris Thomas
Our tongues condemn us as untameable flames, therefore, consider carefully the judgement that awaits for those who call themselves teacher.
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