Preach like a preacher:curse like a sailor…

words of my mouth

God: is a holy God….

Psalm 19:14 (KJV) “Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O LORD, my strength, and my redeemer”.

This is a prayer which is used as a benediction at the end of a service or when the congregation is about to be dismissed. It has become a route or familiar passage where the words are repeated but is the meaning relevant to you as say the words?

It is sad that at times we use our mouth as a vehicle to pray in the Spirit and expound loud and reverential words of music to the Almighty God and as soon as the church door closes behind you the most amazing transformation takes place.

When some believe they are no longer in the presence of God, we take it to the streets without mouths. Cursing like a sailor becomes the norm; the acceptance of the world becomes more enticing than keeping a sanctified temple for the inhabitant of the Spirit of the Living God.

It’s almost as if a variety of beings existed within and they in turn take opportunity when they can to take up dominance at will. It is no wonder so many believers in the body of Christ are getting a beat down like the sons of Sceva as mentioned in Acts 19.

It ought not to be so beloved; let the spirit of God reign supreme in your being. Let Him reign.

Trivia: He was called “the Preacher” in the Old Testament. Who is he?

 

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6 Responses to Preach like a preacher:curse like a sailor…

  1. Thank you for your post. It is a shame that so many believers have gone the way of the world with their loose tongues. Please keep up the good work.

  2. Pingback: Preach like a preacher:curse like a sailor... | Christians Anonymous

  3. paulfg says:

    I wonder sometimes if “when some believe they are no longer in the presence” of rule applying judgements of others, then they can be free to be who they are in the presence of God. Maybe.

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