him hear.” There is power of life and death in the tongue. Those of us who know, understand when we say something aloud, even in a room all alone, the walls have ears.
Now, being the day after Halloween, I don’t mean “oooooeeeeeeoooo”. (sung) I mean spirits and angels and demons. Jesus is with us always. Though we are alone, we are never alone. Eph. 6:12 reminds that we wrestle not against flesh and blood, there are principalities… Anyone who has ever had any battles in the mind (see Joyce Meyer’s books and sermons) knows, even though a person is a Christian, they can start the day fine, praise God and smile….end of day can have them questioning and contemplating suicide. (or almost) 1 Kings 19 has Elijah having defeated great armies, yet asking God for death, while hiding, shortly after. Had he heard the murmurings in his own head, about, ‘sure, you did that, but now….and you are nothing more than…..” and so on….??
The walls have ears…..watch what you say…….