Jude 1:10 “But these people slander whatever they do not understand, and they are destroyed by those things that, like irrational animals, they know by instinct.”
“My children, beg me to set a guard over your mouth. Implore me not to let you slander with the written word. This is a grave sin of this generation. Never before have people had such ready access to the world stage. This is a great pitfall. Many are falling headlong into sin. Those who bear my name have the greater responsibility. You, my children, must be governed by the virtues of temperance and prudence. Every word you speak or write reverberates in eternity. Be wise. Be humble. Be reserved, especially when it comes to judging others on hearsay. Test everything; retain what is good. Let the words you speak or write give life not death. Build up and do not tear down. Does this mean that you should not correct the errors of others? Of course not. But with true charity and humility, without slander or scandal, if the Lord desires it, then speak or write what God has given you. And let peace be your measuring stick. God’s will brings peace. Children, enlist the help of your holy guardian angels. Give them permission to stop your words if necessary. Spend more time in silent contemplation and it will bear fruit in your communications. Children, peace to you. Shalom.”
Heavenly Father, grant us grace upon grace. Set a guard over our mouths and do not let us cause scandal or slander through our words—written or spoken. Holy guardian angels help us and stop our words when necessary. Help us to be humble and docile to the will of God, to use our communications for the glory of God and the edification of our brothers and sisters. Here I am Lord, I come to live in your holy and adorable will. Amen.