LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE TONGUE SERMON SERIES

Scriptures instruct you to ask the Lord to set a guard over your mouth to keep watch over the door of your lips (Psalm 141:3). The image is an armed guard stationed at your mouth. What does a guard do? The guard LOCKS AND UNLOCKS opening and shutting the cell door. If there is anything we need to correctly LOCK AND UNLOCK or correctly open and shut, it is our mouths.

LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE TONGUE
By Pastor Delbert Young

LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE TONGUE SERMON SERIES

LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE TONGUE SERMON SERIES

Set a Guard on My Mouth – video audio notes

Your Heart and Your Mouth – video audio notes

Gossip and the Sick Mind – video audio notes

The Wonderful Boasting Tongue – video audio notes

Set a Guard on My Mouth – video audio notes

Ask God to set a guard on my mouth. Death and life are in your tongue. You tongue will bring your most horrific nightmares or your greatest victories. It will give you direction, self-confidence, and great faith. It will work the impossible, remove obstacles, and bring you miraculous provisions. Do not allow it to bring judgment and condemnation. It’s in Locking and Unlocking the Tongue sermon series.

Your Heart and Your Mouth – video audio notes

Jesus said, For out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks. Words from your mouth reveal your true identity. Words actually paint a picture of your heart – character, motives, desires, thoughts, dreams, hates, loves, etc. The tongue is the hinge upon which everything in the personality turns. I can listen to you talk for a few minutes and know your personality temperament. It’s in Locking and Unlocking the Tongue sermon series.

Gossip and the Sick Mind – video audio notes

We usually think of a boasting tongue as negative, but this is not necessarily true. It can be wonderful. I can’t think along the terms of a boasting tongue and not think about David and the giant, Goliath. We all heard how David went to face his giant of a problem with only a sling and five stones. This is not accurate. First, David used the weapon of his tongue to direct the course of his situation.LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE TONGUE It’s in Locking and Unlocking the Tongue sermon series.

The Wonderful Boasting Tongue – video audio notes

Gossip and the Sick Mind – (4, 988 YouTube views) Romans 1:28-30 teaches there is something wrong with the mind of  people who gossip and slander. They have depraved minds. The King James’ version says reprobate minds. We don’t think in those terms because we do not want to think our own minds are depraved. Think it or not, gossip and slander are depravities. It’s in Locking and Unlocking the Tongue sermon series.

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