My Dear Brothers and Sisters, I greet and bless everyone in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord. The blessed word that God has given for you today is from the book of Isaiah 32:4, “Also the heart of the rash will understand knowledge. And the tongue of the stammerers will be ready to speak plainly.”
My Dear Brothers and Sisters,
from the above context we understand that the heart and the tongue of the
person is equally important. The heart plans and their minds are intent upon it. The liberal heart devices liberal things
concerning God and desires that God will grant him wisdom and prudence, The
heart of those that hurried and reckless. “The stammerers” are those who have
no power to speak clearly and fluently.
My Dear Brothers and Sisters, the
Bible says, there are many plans in a man’s heart. Nevertheless the Lord’s
counsel that will stand. And he who understands
will find good. For out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks. Hence
keep your heart with all vigilance. For from it flows the springs of life. The
Bible says, The tongue has incredible power. The tongue is a little member but
boasts great things. At times it defiles our whole body. All animals, birds,
reptiles and every creatures of the sea can be tamed and has been tamed by mankind. But no man can tame
the tongue. We bless and curse with the
same tongue. For Death and Life are in the power of the tongue.
Which means that both Death and Life are in the way you use your tongue. Surrender
to the Lord by saying like prophet Isaiah “’ Lord I am undone. Because I am a man of unclean lips.”
Therefore we need to be careful while we use the tongue. For the Bible
says, If anyone does not hurt another by his tongue he is a perfect man. May
God help all those who read this message to be wise in their conversation. Let
your conversation be seasoned with grace. For the lips of the wise
spread knowledge. Often men do not
reject what is evil. He has stopped to be wise and to do good. And the mouth
speaks what the heart is full of. The fullness of the heart springs through the
My Dear Brothers and Sisters, It is sometimes painful to see some
youngsters do things in a hasty manner. They never pray to the Lord before they
begin to do any particular thing, rather in a hurried manner they make their
own decision and finally land up in a mess or in some kind of unnecessary
problems or difficult situation. They get entangled in unwanted issues. Later they would regret for the wrong decision
they had taken. Then they would cry out to God to rescue them out of their
problem. For such kind of youngsters,
God is going to change your heart
to realize sound knowledge and good understanding. Then you will pray to the
Lord before you take up any decision in your life. And you will also be able to
make the right decision in your life. You will never suffer for your hasty
decision. God will bless you when you plead your cause before Him. He will
solve all your problems.
As children of God you ought to be patient. Those who have patience do
things wisely. In the days to come you will do all things with much discretion?
May you keep your heart with all diligence for out of it springs the issues of
life. May the Lord protect your heart and anoint your tongue by the help of the
Holy Spirit. When the Spirit of God descends upon you, then you will not
stammer, but speak fluently. God will
touch your tongue with a rod of God’s power and heal your tongue. The bondages of every tongue are being
broken. So you will speak good things, that which is fruitful and desirable to
God. God bless you with sound knowledge and good understanding. God bless you.
Prayer: Our loving heavenly Father, we thank You for this
blessed day. Lord we thank you for teaching us how to use our tongue and reason
with our heart. Lord help us to adhere to your words and apply in our life so
that we may not get entangled in unwanted problems but maintain a peaceful
life. Teach us to walk diligently, intelligently and with better perception of
all the happenings around.
In Jesus name we pray.
GOD GIVES Today's Word of Blessing - January 27, 2020