As this month comes to a close I want to thank those that read the emails and have accomplished something. Our Cardinal Sir Eric Alleyne who writes on Tuesday has been very inspirational and have been blessing my soul. Keep on doing the work of The Lord and spread the Gospel. I continue to speak about the hash tongue

Can the words that we use be considered a harsh or crushing blow?  In our current society it is not considered a problem to bash or crush others with our words.  Be it family members, co-workers or others in the community, it can be found in operation very easily.  While these words continue to bruise and burn those who are subjected to this verbal barrage of abuse.  My brothers and sisters of The Mystical Order, we have to understand that we are not to allow our tongues to whip and beat upon people.  As the old saying goes, if you can not say anything nice, say nothing at all.  

We should seek to add a positive, loving, kind words to the situation or that they would hear love–instead of seeking how to tear down and obliterate with our words.  We should all desire to speak to others that they are in a better position after you speak to them.  Have a heart of love to speak kindly and gentle correction in love.  We have in scriptures that we are known by the love that we show one another–John 13:35  (KJV) By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another. The word didn’t say our church or organization. This is very serious and I have to take stock in the things I say at times. This makes me have to STOP and thing before I utter the words.
This display of love we are to show and be known by is especially seen in our words and our tone, in how we speak to everyone.  Whether correcting or warning we can have our tongue be gentle and not cause harm but speak that which is true, in love.  The time that we take to choose the correct words and the pause we use to collect our thoughts and being lead of the Holy Spirit, will accomplish more of showing this love while speaking honestly.  The idea of the words only being nice and not truthful can also be hurtful to either the listener or the speaker. This commitment I will endeavour to do my dying Lord and remember Thee when I speak.  
Your servant and brother,
+ Sir Godfrey Gregg
Archbishop and Presiding Prelate
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Author: Godfrey Gregg