WHEN TO BE SILENT

Be silent – in the heat of anger.

Be silent – when you don’t have all the facts.
Be silent – when you haven’t verified the story.
Be silent – if your words will offend a weaker Person.
Be silent – when it is time to listen.
Be silent – when you are tempted to make light of holy
things.
Be silent – when you are tempted to joke about sin.
Be silent – if you would be ashamed of your word later.
Be silent – if your words would convey the wrong impression.
Be silent – if the issue is none of your business.
Be silent – when you are tempted to tell an outright lie.
Be silent – if your words will damage someone else’s
reputation.
Be silent – if your words will damage a friendship.
Be silent – when you are feeling critical.
Be silent – if you can’t say it without screaming.
Be silent – if your words will be a poor reflection of your
friends and family.
Be silent – if you may have to eat your words later.
Be silent – if you have already said it more than one time.
Be silent – when you are tempted to flatter a wicked person.
Be silent – when you are supposed to be working instead.

*”WHOEVER GUARDS HIS MOUTH AND TONGUE KEEPS HIS SOUL
FROM TROUBLES”*
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