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What Are You Doing With Your Mouth?

Words are powerful.

Your mouth can be your might or your nemesis depending on what use you put it to.

In the scriptures, we see descriptions of certain parts of the body of a lover. 

The bride begins to praise the body of her lover.

In Son 5:11, she described his head.
In Son 5:12, she described his eyes.
In Son 5:13, she described his cheeks and lips.
In Son 5:14, she described his hands and his belly.
In Son 5:15, she described his legs and his countenance.

What do we see? In the equation of romance and love, of attractions and feelings, pulchritude is important.

Physical attraction is very important.

There is nothing like spiritualizing marriage and closing your eyes to physical attraction. 

Get married to the person you are attracted to, don’t get married because of desperation or some pressures.

The next fifty years or more of your life should be lived with the person you truly love and admire, not the one you truly detest because of appearance. 

This is important.

In verse 16, the bride describes the mouth of her beloved.

Herein, we see some important and salient points we should take note of in choosing and deciding the man to go for.

We see some qualities to watch out for in that man that you want to fall in love with.

We see some things that every man should aspire towards.

Let’s see what the Spirit of God will show us from this verse.

“His mouth is most sweet: yea, he is altogether lovely. This is my beloved, and this is my friend, O daughters of Jerusalem.”  (Son 5:16, KJV)

His mouth is sweet!

This has nothing to do with kissing!

It has a lot to do with what proceeds from that mouth!

Sweet mouth will bring forth sweet words and sweet destinies.

Sour mouth will bring forth sour words and sour destinies.

“A man’s belly shall be satisfied with the fruit of his mouth; and with the increase of his lips shall he be filled.”  (Pro 18:20, KJV)

The words of your mouth are seeds, bringing forth fruits and satisfying your life and destiny, good or evil
Is he just kissing? Or does he also know how to prophesy into your life?

Is he just hissing when he is angry or does he also know how to bless with his mouth?

When your partner’s mouth is sweet in the place of praying, blessing and prophesying over you, it will altogether be lovely!

His mouth is most sweet: yea, he is altogether lovely…

You don’t know your beloved and your lover by handsomeness alone, you know him by the sweetness of his mouth.

This applies to the lady too! Your words must be pleasant to your husband.

You know him by the words that proceed from his mouth. You know where by what she says.
Never marry that person that constantly belittles you, constantly kills your esteem, aborts your dreams, constantly pulls you through the gutter and daily pours verbal abuses over your soul!

You deserve better and more than that.

Are you already married and this seems like your experience? Go for therapy. Do something about it. Don’t just look on thinking things would just improve on their own. I pray God gives you more understanding.

Singles, may God grant you the strength to leave emotionally and verbally abusive relationships!

Couples, may God still the storm and give you wisdom for whatever you might be dealing with.

Be blessed!




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