A quiet life is usually a fragrant life
There is a lack of quietness among today’s believers; they talk too much and fail to “study to be quiet” (1Thess.4:11KJV).
Those who have received much grace from God usually have their heads bowed.
Only those who are not deeply rooted in Christ tend to be flippant. (See Prov.18:2).
–A quiet life is usually a fragrant life. If we speak less, what we speak will be more powerful.
—Talkativeness is a point of leakage in one’s spirituality.
A man full of the Holy Spirit will not tell anything that is not received from the Lord.
–Not a single word will be spoken out of self.
— If we learn to obey the Holy Spirit in this area, our daily speech will be reduced by half! This will glorify God.
To grit one’s teeth as a means to not speak is not quietness before the Lord because the heart has already spoken.
How often we experienced dryness in our spiritual walk.