Tag: speech

How can a Christian say Let’s Go Brandon?

Pastors, people saying let’s go Brandon don’t need your critique. They need hope. Too often we foolishly call out matters that are best left alone. Grievously, we don’t call out things the Bible has a bigger issue with. I recently read an article decrying… Continue Reading “How can a Christian say Let’s Go Brandon?”

Why not Wednesday? Trash talking in the Bible

Often we talk about “speaking the truth in love.” Then you read some passages that can be characterized as nothing but pure trash talk. It’s crazy. So, is it ok or is it not? One big thing to keep in mind when reading the… Continue Reading “Why not Wednesday? Trash talking in the Bible”

Manic Monday: Death by adjectival hyperbole

Whispers are heard loudest in a world of shouting. In reflecting on how we speak, I noticed, for whatever reason, our over use of adjectives and hyperbole. In a world of increasing virtual experience, reality needs to get back in vogue. A good number… Continue Reading “Manic Monday: Death by adjectival hyperbole”

Do we beleive this?

Let no unwholesome word proceed from your mouth, but only such a word as is good for edification according to the need of the moment, so that it will give grace to those who hear. Do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, by… Continue Reading “Do we beleive this?”