Tuesday, April 30, 2013


Dear One,
     Yes, music has charms to soothe the savage beast.  King David proved that theory and you have experienced the truth of it in yourself.   When you were stressed, depressed, overly concerned or worried, you have received peace when you listened to or sang melodious, beautiful music.
     Music also has charms to inflame the savage beast within a person.  You have heard music that suggested abuse, killings or domination.  The object of that music is to make money for the performer, to sell the songs, but the result is that the music with toxic words will influence people to turn on others and injure them in some way. The seeds sown by the musicians in those instances will return to the musicians and curse them because they have cursed others by suggesting the activities of violence.
    It is truth that words which are abusive, judgmental, full of strife, suggestive, inflammatory and hateful will do the same thing, inflame the savage beast within others.  You have seen it done politically, religiously, in families and in society.
     Words always produce a reaction from others. either good or bad, positive or negative.  I have taught about it many, many times, teaching about seed sowing and also teaching through Jesus about words that build up and words that tear down.
     I have said that it should not be so with my children that you speak words that inflame others, words that tear down, words that injure.  I have asked you to only speak words that bring peace and grace to the hearer so that you will sow good seeds and receive good plants from the seeds that you sow.
      Only speak loving words into your atmosphere which will build up the good in someone and will sooth the savage beast in anyone who is listening.
      Sing love songs that edify the listeners by bringing love into the situation.
      Words create or they destroy.  My children should do what I do, speak and sing  love words in every situation.
      Love, God
I Samuel 16:21-23;  Jeremiah 1: 9-12; Acts 20:32; I Corinthians 15:33; Ephesians 4:29-32.

photo from Sapphires Moonbeams

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