We are commanded to put away selfish ambition and look out for the interests of others Philippians 2: Among whom, as St.
Peter was thus left to fall, to abate his self-confidence, and render him more modest, humble, compassionate, and useful to others.
A hypocrite is one who says, and does not: Could our speech betray the fact that the things of God do not occupy their rightful position in our lives Matthew 6: If others followed your example where would they be led: The Galilaeans, we are told, could not properly pronounce the guttural letters, aleph, kheth, and ayin, and used tau for shin, pe for beth, etc.
Simpson or Bart Simpson, said and I quote "I would rather play with forked lightning or take in my hand living wires with their fiery current then to speak a reckless word against any servant of Christ, or idly repeat the slanderous darts which thousands of Christians are hurling at others, to the hurt or their own souls and bodies.
The language and pronunciation of the northern district differed materially from the polished dialect of Judaea and Jerusalem, and its provincialisms were readily detected. By which instances it appears, that a Galilean pronounced "Chamor", an ass, and "Chamar", wine, and "Hamar", Does your speech betray you, and "Immar", a lamb, all one, and the same way, without any distinction; so that it was difficult to know which of these he meant.
We should glorify God in all we do and say: Because this morning we will proceed to take this text completely out of context, and preach about something that has nothing to do with the surrounding Scriptures at all.
Mark says, "a little after", Mark Probably by this time some rumour of the presence of a disciple of Jesus had spread among the crowd, and there arose an eager desire to discover him.
This is backed up by the way it is translated in the New International version where it says Matthew So should our work be done to show others the way and to glorify our Lord: Does it betray something about us that, like Peter, we would prefer to deny? Does your speech betray you your fellowship with those who teach and live truth: Pulpit Commentary Verse Many other instances of the like kind are given in the same place, which show the Galilean to be a more gross, barbarous, and impolite language, than what was spoken at Jerusalem; and Peter using this dialect, was known to be a Galilean: Bad company leads to sin: Peter was known as a disciple of the Lord: Our lives need to be teaching tools: While work and money, food, recreation, and pleasure are important parts of our lives and have a rightful place in our speech, is it ever the case that the amount of speech devoted to these things betrays us?
For some, their speech shows that they are focused on self. We need to walk as children of light: I suspect few will be able to read these words without some degree of guilt. I hear people say "you know brother those unknown tongues will destroy the church. It was said to have, as its chief feature, a confused thick utterance of the guttural letters of the Hebrew alphabet, so that they could not be distinguished from each other, and the change of Sh into Th.
I told you the story last week of how when John Maxwell was pastoring Skyline Wesleyan Church in San Diego he was asked "Are you praying that your people will get the gift of tongues? Since the Bible condemns all sexual relations outside the lawful marriage of a man and woman Hebrews The tongue is the most powerful influence in the Church and it is able to build people up or tear them down.
The first is that we are told that Peter denied that he knew Christ with an oath, and maybe this gave him away as a fisherman because I have known fisherman who could cuss the bark off a tree.
But conscience should be to us as the crowing of the cock, to put us in mind of the sins we had forgotten. Does your conduct reveal you as a child of Satan: Next The flames cast eerie shadows over the mixed group crowding in for warmth. As Christians, are our mouths fountains of life that bring forth wisdom: Their jokes, their songs, their daily conversation displays an obsession with the immorality that will keep us from the kingdom of heaven 1 Corinthians 6: In all that we do we should be seen as disciples of the Lord: This morning we are going to look at the words spoken to Peter in Matthew Does Your Speech Betray You?4.
Do you listen to those trying to get you away from truth: Proverbs and Matthew B. Does Your Speech Betray You Showing Your Sinfulness (Matthew and Luke )?
1. Will your speech show you’re sinful: Proverbs 2. Are your words improper: Ephesians 3. Will your speech lead others to be lost: I Timothy C. And after awhile came unto him they that stood by, and said to Peter, Surely you also are one of them; for your speech betrays you.
American King James Version And after a while came to him they that stood by, and said to Peter, Surely you also are one of them; for your speech denudes you. Your Speech Betrays You Introduction Example from the days of Jephthah (Judges ) Example from the time of Nehemiah (Nehemiah ) Example from the life of Peter (Matthew ) Our Speech Sometimes Betrays Us Jesus himself said, “For out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks.
Does Your Speech Betray You? John R. Gibson 05/25/11 - Christian Living. As Peter warmed himself by the fire he was told, “Surely you also are one of them, for your speech betrays you” (John25; Matthew ). While Peter’s denials of Jesus would make a good study, I want to focus on the idea of our speech betraying us.
Dec 05, · Because there is a very important message in these words, a message that cannot be ignored, and that is "your speech betrays you." The way we speak and what we say reveals a great deal about our Christian 4/5(54).Download