Aug 24, 2021

The Ninth Commandment and Untruthful Speech

The ninth commandment calls us to love our neighbors by addressing one of our smallest but most dangerous members—our tongue. When our speech runs wild, small sparks can create massive fires. But, by controlling our tongue, we can honor our neighbor’s good name and breathe life into the world around us.

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