Stephen Zarella
on 02/23/2018 at 05:19 am
where* and weekend? autocorrect fail
Stephen Zarella
on 02/23/2018 at 05:18 am
I work a job were verbal tango's appear to be an every day occurrence. I lie, or omit, in order to avoid the challenge of a long dance with people who must ask question after question instead of saying, ok, Steve, thanks, please do as you see fit. Is creating more work for me and weekend others worth the honesty and forthrightness with what we see and know?
Sam Hoover
on 02/16/2018 at 12:46 pm
This is so subtle a trap that sometimes you don’t realize you are doing it. And the harm it causes hurts so much. If you lie to someone you are telling them that they are not worthy enough to be honest with. How can you love someone that you lie to? If you have lied to someone, tell them today and ask their forgiveness. They are worth it.
on 02/16/2018 at 01:52 am
correct it does matter. I visit this app every morning. no it is my go to app. and read all the posts, always look forward to a visit with Boyce Moses.
on 02/15/2018 at 05:00 pm
Amen...Dear Heavenly Father may we have a tongue for You today and may the Holy Spirit work thru us in Jesus name Amen.
Steven Speer
on 02/15/2018 at 04:13 pm
Amen to this!!
Greg Arnold
on 02/15/2018 at 03:23 pm
Stir them up, Coach!! 🙌
on 02/15/2018 at 02:54 pm
come on guys. if you make it this far don't be the guy that just eats and runs like we so often do. type a period so that me and others will know that you were here. it matters
on 02/15/2018 at 01:48 pm
guilty. this one is a good one. looking back over the past I have flat out lied sometimes. but what I found was a more subtle type of lying in me. I found it in my testimony work well let's just say I found it everywhere. this type of lying was achieved by false assumptions fear and ignorance. I'm a little less confident today than I used to be. I love you brothers. Live truth Live Bold. Praise the Lord.

DAY 46: Speak Truth

“You shall not give false testimony against your neighbor." ~ God  Exodus 20:16

In order for us to be an effective disciple of Christ, people must believe our witness.  When we choose to spread rumors, tell half-truths, or worse... lie about someone, we erode our credibility.

It is far better to be silent than tarnish your witness with a lie about someone - or yourself.

As bold men of God, we offer our word as our bond and our witness. We speak truth and we strive to build up our neighbors.

Today, ask God to choke back any untruth about your brothers, sisters, neighbors, or yourself.  May truth always be on your tongue.