Message 6: You Don't Say

Sept. 29, 2017 Dámaris Carbaugh

You may not slander others verbally, but has your life slandered or misrepresented the character of God? That is the question Dámaris poses in this message. How might our interactions look different if our underlying desire was that others would think more of Jesus?

Running Time: 19 minutes


Dámaris: Hello, ladies. God bless you. I have been given the task of speaking to you, or summarizing, if you please, of the matter of abstaining from slander.

This is chapter 6 in the wonderful book, Adorned. I love how Nancy gave it this title: “You Don’t Say.”

Words matter. Words can be wonderful . . . and words can be so hurtful.

Our God describes Himself as The Word. Remember, in chapter 1 of John, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God” (v. 1)?

So when it comes to words, talking, how careful we must be as we try to model to our younger sisters (I’m sixty-two, so I’m definitely the older one here) that what we say is so important. I am so thankful that the Word of God is very clear to what should be coming …


Scripture References

  • Titus 2:3-5

About the Speaker

Dámaris Carbaugh

Dámaris Carbaugh

Dámaris Carbaugh’s depth of love and devotion for her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, is evident through her special talent of song and powerful speaking ministry. After years of being a gospel singer, her gift for communication and zeal for the Word of God expanded her ministry. Dámaris is a much sought after bilingual conference speaker in the United States and Latin America, has spoken at various Revive Our Hearts events, and is the author of a book in Spanish, Adiós a mí.