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*                          WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION*       5~/27~/07 A.M.
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*James 3:5-6    *Even so  the tongue is a little member and  boasts great things.
See how great a forest a little fire kindles!
6 And the tongue /is/ a fire, a world of iniquity.
The tongue is so set among our members that it defiles the whole body, and sets on fire the course of nature; and it is set on fire by hell.
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*As humans we posses the weapons of mass destruction– mouth, tongue, lips, evil words, slanderous words, backbiting, gossip, deceit, slander  *
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*Prov.
24:2 *2     For their *heart devises violence, *
                                    And their *lips talk of troublemaking.
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*Prov.
18:21*21     *Death and life /are/ in the power of the tongue,*
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*Lev.
19:16-18 *16 You shall not go about /as/ a *talebearer* among your people; nor shall you  take a stand against the life of your neighbor: I /am/ the Lord.
17  ‘You shall not *hate your brother in your heart*.
You shall surely rebuke your neighbor, and not bear sin because of him.
18 You shall not take *vengeance,* nor *bear *any *grudge* against the children of your people,  but you shall love your neighbor as yourself: I /am/ the Lord.
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*Ps.
64:2-5*2     Hide me from the *secret plots* of the wicked,
                        From the *rebellion* of the workers of iniquity,
3     Who sharpen their *tongue like a sword,*
                        And bend /their bows to shoot/ *their arrows—bitter words,*
4     That they may shoot in secret at the blameless;
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*Their destructive power*
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*Ps.
52:2& 4* 2     Your tongue devises *destruction, *
                        Like a *sharp razor*, *working deceitfully*.
4     You love all *devouring* words,
                        /You/ deceitful tongue.
*Ps.
140:3 *3     They sharpen *their tongues* *like a serpent; *
                        The  *poison *of asps */is/ under their lips.*
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*Prov.
11:11*11     By the blessing of the upright *the city* is exalted,
                                    But it *is overthrown* *by the mouth of the wicked.
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*Prov.
12:18*18      There is one who *speaks like the piercings of a sword,*
                                    But the tongue of the wise /promotes/ health.
*Prov.
15:4 *4     A wholesome *tongue* /is/ a tree of life,
                                    But *perverseness in it breaks the spirit.*
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*Prov.
16:27-30*27     An ungodly man digs up *evil, *
                                                And */it is/ on his lips* *like a burning  fire.*
28     A perverse man *sows strife,*
                                                And *a whisperer* *separates the best of friends.*
29     A violent man *entices* his neighbor,
                                                *And leads him in a way /that is/ not good.
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30     He winks his eye to devise perverse things;
                                                He purses *his lips* /and/ *brings about evil.*
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*Prov.
17:9 *9     He who covers a transgression seeks love,
                                    But  *he who repeats a matter separates friends.*
*Prov.
26:21 *21     /As/ charcoal /is/ to burning coals, and wood to fire,
                                                So /is/ a contentious man to *kindle strife.
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*Prov.
26:28 *28     A lying tongue hates /those who are/ crushed by it,
                                    And a flattering mouth *works ruin.*
*Ecc.
10:11 *11     A serpent may *bite*  when /it is/ not charmed;
                                    The babbler is no different.
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*Prov.
12:13*13     The wicked is *ensnared* by the transgression of /his/ lips,
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*Prov.
17:20 *20     He who has a deceitful heart *finds no good, *
                                                And he who has  a perverse tongue *falls into evil.
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            *Isa. 32:6  *6     For the foolish person will speak *foolishness,*
                                    And his *heart will work  iniquity*:
                                    To *practice ungodliness,*
                                    To *utter error against the Lord, *
                                    To *keep the hungry unsatisfied,*
                                    And he will *cause the drink of the thirsty to fail.
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*James 3:5-12    *Even so  the tongue is a little member and  *boasts great things.*
See how *great a forest a little* *fire kindles*!
6 And *the tongue* */is/ a fire*, *a world of iniquity.*
The tongue is so set among our members that *it defiles the whole body*, and *sets on fire the course of nature*; and it is set on fire by hell.
7 For every kind of beast and bird, of reptile and creature of the sea, is tamed and has been tamed by mankind.
8 But no man can tame the tongue.
*/It is/ an unruly evil,  full of deadly poison*.
9 With it we bless our God and Father, and with it we *curse men*, who have been made in the similitude of God.
10 Out of the same mouth proceed blessing and cursing.
My brethren, these things ought not to be so.
11 Does a spring send forth fresh */water/ *and *bitter *from the same opening?
12 Can a  fig tree, my brethren, bear olives, or a grapevine bear figs?
Thus no spring yields both salt water and fresh.
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*God’s declaration *
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*God Sees*
*Ps.
64:5 *5     They encourage themselves /in/ an evil matter;
                                    They talk of laying snares secretly;
                                    They say, *“Who will see them?” *
 
*Ps.
64:7-8  *7     But God shall *shoot at them /with/ an arrow; *
                                    Suddenly *they shall be wounded*.
8         So *He will make them stumble over their own tongue;*
 
*Because*
*Prov.
6:16-19   *6     *These *six */things/ the Lord hates,*
     Yes, seven */are/ an abomination to Him:*
17     A proud look,
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