Seeds of Truth – Ephesians 4:29
Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths,
but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs,
that it may benefit those who listen.
Ephesians 4:29, NIV
Have you ever struggled with using unwholesome talk? Have you struggled with taking the Lord’s name in vain or swearing? Have you struggled with gossip or complaining? How did God lead you through these struggles? How do you make sure that you speak encouraging words to others? How do you use your words to build them up instead of tear them down? How do you control your tongue?
How else can you apply this verse? How can you use it in your writing?
- How can you apply this verse to marriage?
- How can you apply this verse to parenting?
- How can you apply this verse to your relationships at work? To the way you serve with others at church?
- How can you apply this verse to the way you interact with unbelievers?
- What stories can you tell in a personal experience piece? What takeaway value can you give your readers?
- What insights and tips can you share with your readers in a how-to article?
- How can you use this verse as a theme for fiction?
- How does this verse inspire your poetry?
- What kind of devotion can you write based on this verse?
- Who lives out this verse? What kind of profile can you write on them?
- How can you explain this verse to children?
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