The Unspeakable Podcast speaks to the hidden side of everything, especially those things that are important to you but not regularly discussed in many Christian communities. Kimberly, Brandi, and Kim explore all things that pertain to life and godliness. If you have a question for the Unspeakable Team, please ask it here.
Shows Main Idea – How you talk to your friends reveals much about your relationships. Your tongue exposes what you believe about God and others. There is much power in your words. Is your speech helping or hurting your friendships?
- 5:00 How a big mouth can cause damage to the church
- 7:10 When your tongue runs ahead of your brain
- 7:50 Wounds inflicted by the tongue can affect someone’s entire life
- 8:40 James 1:26; 3:5-10
- 10:40 Your tongue exposes what you believe about God and others
- 11:00 When I lob grenades of truth at others, I’m not valuing them
- 11:40 Three reasons it’s important to bridle our tongues
1. There is a direct correlation between what’s going on in your heart and what comes out of your mouth.
2. Wicked speech comes out of a heart that’s lacking humility
3. There’s more involved than just changing the words that are coming out of your mouth.
- 15:00 Ephesians 1:6
- 16:00 Understanding the Gospel in your life will help you tame your tongue toward others.
- 16:45 Psalm 119:11
- 17:18 Matthew 12:36
- 17:48 Ephesians 4:29
- 18:25 Before you speak, ask yourself – “Is what I’m about to say necessary? And is it going to offer grace to this person?”
- 18:50 Notice others’ strengths and point them out so that your speech edifies rather than tears down. In this way, you will model for others what you want to see in them.
- 19:43 How can we use our tongue for good instead of evil?
- 21:10 Philippians 4:8
- 22:00 The difference between flattery and encouragement
- 24:00 Taming your social media tongue
- 28:00 It’s not necessarily gossiping to speak about someone behind their back