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Acts 17:18. Some of the Epicurean and Stoic philosophers also were conversing with him. Some said, “What does this babbler want to say?” Others said, “He seems to be advocating foreign deities,” because he preached Jesus and the resurrection.

Ecclesiastes 10:11. If the snake bites before it is charmed, then is there no profit for the charmer’s tongue.

James 1:26. If anyone among you thinks himself to be religious while he doesn’t bridle his tongue, but deceives his heart, this man’s religion is worthless.

James 3:2-5. If anyone doesn’t stumble in word, the same is a perfect man, able to bridle the whole body also. Indeed, we put bits into the horses’ mouths so that they may obey us, and we guide their whole body. Behold, the ships also, though they are so big and are driven by fierce winds, are yet guided by a very small rudder, wherever the pilot desires. So the tongue is also a little member, and boasts great things.

Proverbs 23:31-35. Don’t look at the wine when it is red, when it sparkles in the cup, when it goes down smoothly. In the end, it bites like a snake, and poisons like a viper. Your eyes will see strange things, and your mind will imagine confusing things. Yes, you will be as he who lies down in the middle of the sea, or as he who lies on top of the rigging: “They hit me, and I was not hurt! They beat me, and I don’t feel it! When will I wake up? I can do it again. I can find another.”

Psalm 39:1. I will watch my ways, so that I don’t sin with my tongue. I will keep my mouth with a bridle while the wicked is before me.

1 Timothy 6:20. Timothy, guard that which is committed to you, turning away from the empty chatter and oppositions of what is falsely called knowledge.

2 Timothy 2:16-17. Shun empty chatter, for it will go further in ungodliness, and those words will consume like gangrene.

PIB Scriptures are derived from the World English Bible

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