Acceptable Words

Acceptable Words

“The preacher sought to find out acceptable words: and that which was written was upright, even words of truth.” Ecclesiastes 12:10

We can learn a great deal from Solomon. Even though “all is vanity”, he “still taught the people knowledge; yea, he gave good heed, and sought out, and set in order many proverbs.” Ecclesiastes 12:8-9.

These words may be found in the Bible, but they transcend religion. We might as well come to embrace the tribulation that we must face every day, look and seek for wisdom, for the words that we need to keep going. We need acceptable words if we are going to be the people that we need to be for the ones that we love, our family, our co-workers, and to be able to handle other people that come within our sphere of existence.

The purpose of this blog is simply to publish acceptable words for a reader to read. The essays and writings published here are the natural output of my input: praying, reading, and study. It is a function rule at work.

Look and live. Look for the things that will help, assist, and lead to the score. If we hustle, and keep after acceptable words, we might find that even when we struggle we are advancing in the race that is set before us. Sometimes there is quite a distance between our words and our actions, but that is a distance we must walk. Finding the words that we need will help us get to where we are trying to go, and even help us rethink where were are trying to go when we get distracted by the vanity that surrounds us.

“…to the hungry soul every bitter thing is sweet.” Proverbs 27:7

Dear Reader, you are not alone in the struggle. This site is dedicated to the elevation of acceptable words, for there are many hungry people famished from malnutrition. People need acceptable words, so by Gods grace, we are going to seek them.

D.F. Wharton