He who has learned to pray has learned the greatest secret of a holy and happy life.
-Ps. 5:3; Mark 1:35; Phil 4:6
God's Word says that by my words I am justified and by my words I am condemned. I put a guard over my mouth. I choose to speak words of life, health, and healing. I choose to speak only words that are gracious and kind.
I will not speak evil of any person. I will not gossip or spread rumors. I will not speak words of death, destruction, or discouragement. I will be mindful to speak words that encourage, uplift, and inspire others. I refuse to criticize, condemn, or complain.
I refuse to give in to the temptation to speak before I think. I refuse to speak the wrong words when I am frustrated or angry. I choose to not be sarcastic, facetious, or condescending in my communication to others.
I put God's Word in my mouth, and I speak His promises over my life and the lives of others throughout the day. I am sensitive to the needs of others. I am quick to speak words of comfort, peace, and kindness to everyone I meet. My words bring hope, faith, and encouragement to all who hear them.
Speaking the Right Words
-Scripture Confessions for Victorious Living