“Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers.”  An interesting note for you is the Bible also uses the word communication to refer to lifestyle in general, though in this case, it’s genuinely referring to your verbal communication.  It is also worth pointing out that the definitions for corrupt, profane and vulgar are close enough that you would be very wise to refrain from using such rotten, worthless words.  Rather than making shallow excuses for why you can get away with offensive speech, you should have the attitude of being careful with your testimony for Christ.

    I lectured you again, ha ha!  I hope it was helpful though, so I’m not terribly ashamed, I suppose.  Okay, we are on to the next subject.  With what should you be filled, according to Ephesians 5?

-The Spirit-

-Love-

-Grace-

-Mercy-

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