Saturday, February 11, 2012

COLOSSIANS 4:6


Let your speech be always
gracious,
Seasoned with Salt...
[written A.D. 61]
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NOW
In our present days...
Yes, still our MOUTH...
but also,
our "FINGERS"...
Typing/texting/FB-ing/blogging...
Must be seasoned with salt...
And filled with grace...
Touching hearts and souls and spirits.


8 comments:

Ruthie H. said...

Thank you for the reminder that all of my words - spoken or written - should be seasoned with salt. :)

Nancy said...

Hi, it's so nice to meet you. I came over by way of Susan's blog.

I can't tell you how blessed I have been by reading your posts. Your words are full of wisdom and leading straight to the Father.

Thank you for your obedience to the Father with your blog...

Hugs and blessings,
Nancy

S. Etole said...

It's all to easy to let a bit too much pepper sneak in at times!

Nice reminder.

{Delighted to see that Nancy found her way here!}

Hopesrising said...

Beautiful reminder.

Shanda said...

Love it! Our sermon today was on salt and along the same idea!

Beth said...

Hey friend! I finally got caught up on your posts and have been blessed many times over. I left a message on my brother's phone--know I need to talk to him, but have had much anxiety over it. The Lord directed me to my Christian friends' posts and I have been calmed and reinforced with God's Word and His wisdom through faithful women like you, Linda, and Glenda (so far).

Your posts are eclectic, but they all have a bit different structure to them than in the past---a good one (not that the others were bad; they weren't at all).
Your words are a bit more concise, but still packed full of ministering messages (as always).

Such a blessing you are to me! :>)

Anonymous said...

Got the message and agree whole-heartedly. Christians are wasting SO much
time on FB w/ trivial, "gonna burn" stuff instead of using it as a tool to
encourage/exhort one another.
Love ya sister!
Sharon

Linda said...

My memory verse this week: "You are the salt of the earth..." Really enjoyed this.