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If from the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks, and if one can be known by the quality of the fruit produced, then it is reasonable to conclude that both the words spoken and the deeds done are indicative of a person’s heart. People are able to see this and judge. People of maturity understand this, but people full of sin (or self) are quick to point out that one (especially one who is a Christian) is not allowed to judge another, especially one guilty of sinful behavior. It is interesting that these are the same people who look upon the Lord and faithfully proclaim they would NEVER deny Him, but their lives have denial written all over them. The deeds we do, the words we speak, and the thoughts we think reflect directly on (or against) the Lord’s influence in our lives.