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Study along with excerpts from Kris' Commentary Psychology of the Psalms

Thousands of quips, quotes, one-liners, axioms and preacherisms collected over decades of ministry

Excerpts from Kris' books - updated 7/9

"Someone says, "I died laughing", "he made a killing on that sale", "that peach pie was to die for" or "I'll have my way if it kills me". Those statements may sound benign but they are heard, despite their intentions. Miriam muttered her disapproval over Moses' new bride "and the Lord heard it" (Num 12:2). A few verses later Miriam was white with leprosy. If God "heard it" then malicious preternatural ears heard it as well. The Amplified says, "You are snared with the words of your lips, you are caught by the speech of your mouth". "Caught" gives the picture of a stakeout and a major bust. The devil accuses the brethren because he investigates them, ready to use any evidence he can scrape up against us. You don't want the adversary throwing some past statement up in your face, "But I heard you say...”

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