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As a young preacher, Dr. Charles Fuller asked one of his mentors to sign his Bible. Not only did his mentor sign his Bible but added: "The grass withers, the flower fades, but the Word of God stands forever." Isaiah 40:8
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It almost takes your breath away when you realize the tremendous power of the tongue. It can do things that are dastardly, destructive, degrading, and distressing. The tongue can lie. It can accuse. It can exaggerate. It can curse. It can deprave. It can slander. It can gossip. It's the match that lights the fire! But when the tongue is under Christ's control, it is mindboggling what it can do to the contrary. It can encourage. It can tell the truth. It can bless. It can speak love. It can bring hope! And the highest, most noble thing the tongue can do: it can praise Almighty God and proclaim redemption in Jesus Christ. This little body part that has the power to be so destructive when out of control, when under control has the power and the privilege of praising, adoring, exalting, and making known the living God.
The Awesome Power of the Tongue
Dr. Charles G. Fuller grew up in West Palm Beach, Florida. He graduated from Fork Union Military Academy, obtained his BA degree from the University of Richmond and MDiv from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He holds DD degrees from the University of Richmond, Campbell University, and Fredericksburg Bible Institute and Seminary.
About Dr. Fuller
Following a long pastorate and 27 years of writing and hosting daily radio and television vignettes, this book presents a compilation of broadcast scripts and columns written by the author. The book contains 366 daily devotional readings, each being 150 to 300 words in length. Every reading is dated and titled and are down-to-earth, verse insights related to life circumstances and are always linked to a Biblical reference which is applicable. With each reading, there is a brief prayer, worded to relate to the day's devotional thought. The daily entries are not arranged in groups of topics, but each day presents its own theme. Often the subject matter relates to the season of the year in which it appears or to certain events typical to the season.