"I will rejoice". This has to do with the state of your heart but it also has to do with the words of your mouth. Your words should have the evidence of "rejoicing". That means your words should be happy words, words of praise, words of thanksgiving, words of peace, words of edification and encouragement. They should be words of blessings, words that express joy, praise and faith.
"I will rejoice". Rejoicing does not contain words of doubt, fear, or unbelief. They are not words of murmuring, criticizing, bitterness and complaining. They are not words of moaning and self-pity, gloom, despair, fretting or hopelessness.
What will your words be today? What words will you speak? What will come out of your mouth? Will your speech be full of words of rejoicing or will you speak negative words of despair?
Have a great day. What words will come out of your mouth today? Words of rejoicing?
For further reading:
Psalm 19:14; 34:1; 51:15
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