And never let ugly or hateful words come from your mouth, but instead let your words become beautiful gifts that encourage others; do this by speaking words of grace to help them.The Holy Spirit of God has sealed you in Jesus Christ until you experience your full salvation. So never grieve the Spirit of God or take for granted his holy influence in your life. Lay aside bitter words, temper tantrums, revenge, profanity, and insults. But instead be kind and affectionate toward one another. Has God graciously forgiven you? Then graciously forgive one another in the depths of Christ’s love. Ephesians 4:29-32
Sapphire is a blue, precious jewelry. It has an interesting story about its worth and true nature. I hope it inspires you. Hebrew word for sapphire comes from the Hebrew root saphar. And saphar means to speak, to tell, or to declare.” the word sapphire ultimately means to speak? What’s the connection?” .
“More precious than any treasured jewel is the Word. Every Word of God is a sapphire, a spoken Sapphire, yet much more precious. If one has no treasure in this world, but has the Word of God, then o is rich. Every Word of God is a treasure sure of priceless value. So when you read or hear a Word from God, receive it as if you were receiving a priceless jewel.
And give it the same way. Your words are to be as Sapphire. You don’t need to possess precious jewels —you just have to speak them. Every time you open your mouth to speak, let what comes out be a sapphire, a gift to be given to those who need to receive a precious jewel. So let every word that comes out of your mouth be a precious . Give jewels to those in need, jewels of blessing, jewels of encouragement, jewels of strength, jewels of mercy, jewels of love, jewels of forgiveness, jewels of joy, and jewels of hope. Let your every word bring life to those who hear it . . . an audible jewel . . . a spoken sapphire.”
Be gracious in your speech. The goal is to bring out the best in others in a conversation, not put them down, not cut them out. Colossians 4:6
Your lips are as lovely as Rahab’s scarlet ribbon,speaking mercy, speaking grace.The words of your mouth are as refreshing as an oasis.Son of Solomon 4:3(TPT)