Let no filthy talk be heard from your mouths, but only what is good for building up people and meeting the need of the moment. This way you will administer grace to those who hear you.
A good person brings good things out of a good treasure house, and an evil person brings evil things out of an evil treasure house.
Let your speech always be gracious, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how you ought to answer everyone.
Instead, let your message be "Yes' for "Yes' and "No' for "No.' Anything more than that comes from the evil one."
Above all, brothers, do not swear oaths by heaven, by earth, or by any other object. Instead, let your "Yes" mean yes and your "No" mean no! Otherwise, you may fall under condemnation.
But now you must also get rid of anger, wrath, malice, slander, obscene speech, and all such sins.
We had good fellowship together; and we even walked together in the house of God!
He kissed all of his brothers and wept with them, too, and then his brothers were able to talk with him.
Suddenly, Moses and Elijah appeared to them, talking with Jesus.
Then Elijah appeared to them, accompanied by Moses, and they were talking with Jesus.
The others were furious and began to discuss with each other what they could do to Jesus.
Then they began to discuss among themselves which one of them was going to do this.
They were talking with each other about all these things that had taken place. While they were discussing and analyzing what had happened, Jesus himself approached and began to walk with them,
"Now as for you, Son of Man, your nation's children keep gathering together to talk about you beside the walls and at the doorway to their houses. Everyone tells one another, "Please come! Let's go hear what the LORD has to say!'
When the king spoke to them, none of them compared to Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, or Azariah as they stood before the king.
So how can a servant of my lord talk with someone like you, sir? And as for me, there's no strength left in me, and I can hardly breathe.'
Then those who feared the LORD talked with each other. The LORD listened and took note, and a scroll of remembrance was written in his presence about those who fear the LORD and honor His name.
While Jesus was still speaking to the crowds, his mother and brothers stood outside, wanting to speak to him.
As they began to discuss this among themselves, they kept saying, "We didn't bring along any bread."
Knowing this, Jesus asked them, "You who have little faith, why are you discussing among yourselves the fact that you don't have any bread?
Suddenly, two men were talking with him. They were Moses and Elijah.
He asked them, "What are you discussing with each other as you're walking along?" They stood still and looked gloomy.
Then he went back upstairs, broke bread, and ate. He talked with them for a long time, until dawn, and then left.
At the same time he was hoping to receive a bribe from Paul, and so he would send for him frequently to talk with him.
Festus talked it over with the council and then answered, "To the emperor you have appealed; to the emperor you will go!"
and then whenever Moses would come in the LORD's presence to speak with him, he would remove the veil until he left the LORD's presence. When he went out, he would tell the Israelis what he had been commanded.
The Israelis would see the face of Moses and that the skin of his face shone; then Moses would put the veil back over his face until he went in to speak with God.