No foul language is to come from your mouth, but only what is good for building up someone in need, so that it gives grace to those who hear.
A good man produces good things from his storeroom of good, and an evil man produces evil things from his storeroom of evil.
Your speech should always be gracious, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how you should answer each person.
But let your word ‘yes’ be ‘yes,’ and your ‘no’ be ‘no.’ Anything more than this is from the evil one.
Now above all, my brothers, do not swear, either by heaven or by earth or with any other oath. Your “yes” must be “yes,” and your “no” must be “no,” so that you won’t fall under judgment.
But now you must also put away all the following: anger, wrath, malice, slander, and filthy language from your mouth.
We used to have close fellowship;
we walked with the crowd into the house of God.
Joseph kissed each of his brothers as he wept, and afterward his brothers talked with him.
Suddenly, Moses and Elijah appeared to them, talking with Him.
Elijah appeared to them with Moses, and they were talking with Jesus.
They, however, were filled with rage and started discussing with one another what they might do to Jesus.
So they began to argue among themselves which of them it could be who was going to do this thing.
Together they were discussing everything that had taken place. And while they were discussing and arguing, Jesus Himself came near and began to walk along with them.
“Now, son of man, your people are talking about you near the city walls and in the doorways of their houses. One person speaks to another, each saying to his brother, ‘Come and hear what the message is that comes from the Lord!’
The king interviewed them, and among all of them, no one was found equal to Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah. So they began to serve in the king’s court.
How can someone like me, your servant, speak with someone like you, my lord? Now I have no strength, and there is no breath in me.”
At that time those who feared the Lord spoke to one another. The Lord took notice and listened. So a book of remembrance was written before Him for those who feared Yahweh and had high regard for His name.
He was still speaking to the crowds when suddenly His mother and brothers were standing outside wanting to speak to Him.
And they discussed among themselves, “We didn’t bring any bread.”
Aware of this, Jesus said, “You of little faith! Why are you discussing among yourselves that you do not have bread?
Suddenly, two men were talking with Him—Moses and Elijah.
Then He asked them, “What is this dispute that you’re having with each other as you are walking?” And they stopped walking and looked discouraged.
After going upstairs, breaking the bread, and eating, Paul conversed a considerable time until dawn. Then he left.
At the same time he was also hoping that money would be given to him by Paul. For this reason he sent for him quite often and conversed with him.
After Festus conferred with his council, he replied, “You have appealed to Caesar; to Caesar you will go!”
But whenever Moses went before the Lord to speak with Him, he would remove the veil until he came out. After he came out, he would tell the Israelites what he had been commanded,
and the Israelites would see that Moses’ face was radiant. Then Moses would put the veil over his face again until he went to speak with the Lord.