by PamFord Davis
11/11/2009 / Devotionals
"Don't talk with your mouth full!" Most of us can remember hearing those words of correction. Children just can't wait to speak; and talk with a mouth full of food. They forget all about good manners until a parent sets them straight!
There is an exception to the rule. If our mouth is full of God's word we have a lot to talk about. It can be chewed, digested and also spoken. Our mouth can never be too full of His sweet truth. Talk with your mouth full!
When our mouth is full of praise we will naturally want to speak to Him and about Him. "Let my mouth be filled with Your praise and with Your glory all the day (Psalm 71:8 NKJ)." What a delicious recipe! Praise seasoned with glory would please the fussiest eaters! When our mouth is filled with that holy blend, words spoken to others would bring grace and healing. "Don't forget to talk with your mouth full!"
Freelance writer of both fiction and non-fiction. Devotionals are her first love in writing. Published articles in Mature Living Magazine, Devotions for the Deaf, The Secret Place, Light from the Word, Coosa Journal and more. Devotions included in Mary HollingsworthÃ¢s The One Year Devotional of Joy and Laughter by Tyndale Publishers.
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