Confession 2.11 | NASB
My tongue sins.
Many unwholesome words have proceeded out of my mouth; that silly talk and coarse jesting which are not fitting, Ephesians 5:4(NASB) and little of that which is good and for the use of edification, and which might give grace to those who hear. Ephesians 4:29(NASB)
If for every careless word that people speak they must give an account, and if by my words I must be justified, and by my words I must be condemned, Matthew 12:36-37(NASB) woe to me, for I am ruined; for I am of unclean lips, and live among a people of unclean lips. Isaiah 6:5(NASB)
What would become of me, if God should make my own tongue be against me? Psalm 64:8(NASB)
My spiritual slothfulness and decay.
I have been lagging behind in diligence for religion and not fervent in spirit, serving the Lord. Romans 12:11(NASB)
The things which remain are about to die, and my deeds have not been found completed in the sight of God. Revelation 3:2(NASB)
I have watched the wind, and therefore have not sown; have looked at the clouds, and therefore have not reaped; Ecclesiastes 11:4(NASB) and with the sluggard have frightened myself with the fancy of a lion in the road, a lion in the open square, and have turned on my bed as the door on its hinges, Proverbs 26:13-14(NASB) still crying, “A little sleep, a little slumber.” Proverbs 6:10(NASB)
My loyalty has been like a morning cloud and like the dew which goes away early. Hosea 6:4(NASB)
And that which is at the bottom of all is the evil, unbelieving heart in me, which inclines me to fall away from the living God. Hebrews 3:12(NASB)