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Psalm 141: 3 says, Set a guard, O Lord, over my mouth; keep watch over the door of my lips!

When it comes to cooking there is one element that can take any food to the next level and that is spices. There are so many different types of spices that we use to make our food taste great. What are your favorite spices that you use when you cook? I like to use sage with garlic, paprika, parsley with my chicken. And for my Salmon I use sea salt, fresh lemon, and black pepper.

Colors and smell get our attention. Studies have shown that the more colorful a person’s plate is they are more likely to eat it. Because it attracts our senses within the brain. Depending on a person palate they can eat very spicy foods. I for one can no longer eat food that brings a lot of heat.

But what about the spices that comes out of our mouths? Now they are spicy, aren’t they? We speak cruel and severe words that can destroy a person hope. We say things that are discouraging, we belittled a person, we are argumentative, we say hateful words, we manipulate people with our words.

If we are not saying it, we are thinking it, this behavior will only produce destruction in our hearts. In Proverbs 13:3 it says, whoever guards his mouth preserves his life; he who opens wide his lips comes to ruin. We are to think before we speak if not, we are ruined by an ungoverned tongue.

For the mouth speaks what the heart is full of.” If you want to know what is on the inside of a person, you simply watch his or her actions; listen to what comes out of their mouth on a regular basis. This is not being judgmental; this is being realistic.

Now if a person is consistently kind, encouraging, and polite, then you can be sure that is what they are like “on the inside.”

Now I know what you might be saying, suppose they are pretending. Always remember this, eventually what is on the inside of a person will come out. For the mouth speaks out of the abundance of the overflow of the heart.

Special Note:

If this is your first time to my site, I want you to know that I will be visiting your site as well. While I am there, I will read your “About” page and comment. People take a lot of time to add an “About ” page and I think if you visit them you should read it while you are there. Amen!!!

 

18 Comments Add yours

  1. True words! Great post!

  2. Amen, Desiray. So true. you can definitely tell what a person is like by observing what comes out of their mouth on a consistent basis. One thing that I noticed too, is when someone’s words are hurtful, or teasing then they say “just kidding”. I believe there’s always some truth to just kidding. they weren’t kidding when they disrespectfully said (?) to me. Thank you so much for sharing..Blessings.

  3. desirayl says:

    Thank you Strong Girls Pray. I went to your “About” page and I love you guys mission. We need more of that. I wanted to leave a comment but you do not allow that. Women encouraging other women. I pray that God will continue to bless your ministry. And that the lives of the people you are touching comes to know the Lord Jesus as their Savior.

    Your topics are so for today’s season. You have something for everyone that visit.

    Have a bless day.

  4. desirayl says:

    Paula, I agree with you on that kidding part. I never like kidding because I believe that when a person is kidding that they are speaking truth that they feel about that person.

    My parents taught me and my siblings never to kid because it will cause damage.

    have a bless day today.

  5. hope says:

    I liked the picture you painted the this blog. Our words really do make such an impact. Thank you for reminding us to watch our words and let Jesus renew our hearts so the “overflow” is worthy of Him. God bless you!

  6. desirayl says:

    Thank you Hope, I try to get photos that match what my topic theme is.

    The heart is deceitful above all things and beyond cure. Who can understand it? Amen.

  7. hope says:

    Amen. 🙂

  8. I was taught the same thing. Good day Blessings to you too.

  9. desirayl says:

    Thanks Paula. Enjoy your evening.

  10. Thank you for sharing this!

  11. desirayl says:

    You are welcome. I think the picture adds a little spice.

  12. Great post! Fresh herbs for sure, nothing like fresh herbs. Blessings.

  13. desirayl says:

    Yes we have to have those fresh herbs. It makes the body great. Blessings to you too. May you have a great day today.

  14. Thank you, our God is brilliant He created all these flavors and colors. They are a delight for the soul 🙂 Blessings.

  15. desirayl says:

    They certainly are! God knows what He is doing.

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