Psalm 141:3

Psalm 141:3
Set a guard over my mouth, LORD; keep watch over the door of my lips.
Psalm 141:3

After Thought

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The Bible says that “out of that which fills the heart the mouth speaks” (Luke 6:45). This explains why David wanted God to help control his speech so that in anger no vain or inappropriate word would come out during his prayer time that would defile it.
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~ Pastor Bob
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