Scripture Passage: James 3:9-10

We season our food with peppers and salt to make it tasty. Salt also helps to keep food from spoiling. In Colossians 4:6, we are told to let our conversation be seasoned with salt. It means our talking should be kind and not harmful. Satan wants us to hurt others by what we say. Just as we put spices in food, so should we say good things about people. Let us not co-operate with Satan in our speech.

1. Why do cooks put peppers and salt in the food?
To season it and make it tasty.
2. How do some people co-operate with Satan?
In hurting others by what they say.
3. How should we season our speech?
Our talking should be kind and not harmful.

Memory verse: Ephesians 4:29
Don't use foul or abusive language. Let everything you say be good and helpful, so that your words will be an encouragement to those who hear them. (NLT)

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