Out of the same mouth proceedeth blessing and cursing. My brethren, these things ought not so to be. Jm. 3 10
I was speaking to a client about the loss of all the males in her family. She asked me the question, and I felt compelled to preach. She thought that her family was under a curse. I told her about the enemies assignment in mankind, and she wanted to know how to remove it. The story of Job came up.
I know this Scripture is referring to those of us who have bad mouths. I believe we curse our blessings by being full of negativity. Instead of being full of love, we harbor dislike for the Spiritually helpless. We assume others should have it by now. When it is us who need to get a better grip.
We excuse ourselves when we are angry. Not knowing we bring a curse upon ourselves because we do know better. To know to do good, and dont, is sin.
We use derogatory language to prove our anger. It is the same as an animal whiff flares it’s nostrils and growls at an opponent. In our pure display, is our curse. Knowing we should put trespasses aside, because of our own. We do not. Let me say that satan gives stuff to. Its not a blessing when it drives you insane. When you bite off more than you can chew. We have to stop and look up, search in the Spiritual Realm for the presence of the Almighty, so we do not slip into self before Him. God knows we are human, so stop with the excuse as to why we use the language that persecuted us. There is no excuse for letting sin and shame come so far.
Let’s restart our faith and trust, let’s stay in the battle and Stan on principles that are solid and true. Let us not be the type to bless and curse. Let us hold fast to speaking good. To ourselves and to the world.