Bible Verse of the Day November 26, 2012

Bible Verse about Power of Words:

Proverbs 18:21

“The tongue has the power of life and death, and those who love it will eat its fruit.”


Though, tongue is one of the parts of our body, the way how we use it returns good and bad rewards. We use it for good as well as bad.

We use it to bless someone, at the same time, curse someone; We use it to praise someone and gossip about someone; If you use your tongue (your words) in the right manner without hurting anyone, then the fruits of it will never make you regret. When you are using it to cause bad name to someone, then you hold complete accountability for it.

So be wise when you speak and always think before you speak. Ask God to guide you on how to handle your words, so that it brings happiness alone and not hatred.

One thought on “Bible Verse of the Day November 26, 2012”

  1. One of the other key words used for Jesus in this passage that jumps out at me is the light. In him was life, and the life was the light of men. The light shiens in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it. and The true light, which gives light to everyone, was coming into the world. I don’t like darkness. I have nightlights all over the place so I can see how to move around after dark. This passage reminds me that darkness cannot overcome light light will always win out, even a very dim light. Think of a room that is completely dark and then think what that room looks like when I candle is brought into it the darkness is gone. I think the world was a dark place (spiritually speaking) when Jesus came into the world, but he was like that candle where he went, light and understanding were brought in, and the darkness went away it couldn’t overtake the light. That is a reassuring thought to me. Our world is not perfect it is still marred by sin. But ultimately the Light of the World will not be overtaken by darkness (sin) the light will win out. There is great hope in that message.

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