Godless Chatter

 

Godless chatter includes gossip, negative self-talk, swearing, course joking, and sarcasm. Stay connected to the Vine. Tether yourself around His waist. Bind your will to God’s will and righteousness, your mind and heart to Christ ‘s mind and heart and your ears to the voice of the Holy Spirit and loose from yourself all godless chatter.

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About Terese

Terese is a wife, mother, sister, aunt and friend. Best of all a daughter of the King! Terese is a Bible study teacher and speaker. One of her passions is investing in the lives of other women and encouraging them in their identity and authority in Christ. Terese is a life long student of God's grace. Follow me on Face Book teresebelme@restoredbygrace2017 and Instagram @terese_belme
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5 Responses to Godless Chatter

  1. Light Ministry Blog says:

    A very good piece of advise, Terese. We can benefit by keeping these things in mind!

    Steve

  2. How would you define sarcasm?

    • Terese says:

      I think sarcasm can be subtle words strung together to make someone feel less than or belittled, sarcasm can be felt in outright harsh words and sarcasm can be words that are not demeaning on the surface but the tone in which they are delivered can carry the sarcasm.

      • It’s interesting that you brought that up. I saw a post on Facebook recently where in which a Christian blogger was being (in my opinion) over the top snarky. A fellow Christian called her out and said her sarcasm was unnecessary. Her response was that she disagreed and she thinks sarcasm is great. This is something I would love for you to expand on. 🙂

      • Terese says:

        I am praying about how God wants to proceed with this thought process!

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