Mind Your Tongue Bible Study: Part III What Fruit Are You Producing?

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God knew we would need scriptures such as this to help us tame our tongues not only with the words we say to others, but also what we think. This Bible Study is focused on helping us to examine the thoughts we think and he words we speak. Throughout this three-part course, we will use Proverbs 18:20-21 as our guide, examining how we can incorporate these wise words into our daily lives.

Part III: What Fruit Are You Producing?
The enemy likes to confuse us by putting his thoughts into our minds, words into our mouths and meditations on our hearts. When we’re unaware of the enemy’s plans, we tend to believe those thoughts are our thoughts, and we begin the process of meditating on them, and then speaking to create the reality the enemy wants for us. We must become like warriors, suiting up in the “full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes” (Ephesians 6:11).

In Week III, we break down Philippians 4:8 in order to learn how to use this scripture to help us to think and speak life in a dark world.

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What Fruit Are You Producing?

Click here to catch up on Part II of the Mind Your Tongue Bible Study Series: What Fruit Are You Serving?
Click here to catch up on Part I of the Mind your Tongue Bible Study Series: What Fruit Are You Eating?

Candance Greene

Candance L. Greene is a published writer, editor, and the founder of Cherishedflight, a ministry dedicated to helping women realign with the peace of God. She has produced over 70 episodes of Cherishedflight the Podcast where she shares biblical steps women can take to embrace the peace and purpose God has for their lives.

In the spring of 2018, Candance also released her book Inhale Peace: A 31-Day Journey to Realign with the Peace of God. The devotional was created as a daily guide for people to connect with the peace of God every month of the year. 

Candance is a graduate of Paine College where she earned a BA in English, and Goucher College where she earned an MFA in Creative Nonfiction Writing. She has been published in a variety of anthologies, scholarly books, and journals including: Bittersweet: An Anthology of Contemporary Black Women’s PoetryBrevity: A Journal of Concise Literary NonfictionFearless Confessions: A Writer’s Guide to Memoir; and the Huffington Post. A native of Nashville, Candance now resides in Baltimore with her husband and three children.