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The wise in heart will be called prudent, And sweetness of the lips increases learning (Proverbs 16:21, NKJV). The wise is heart knows how to speak to people. He (she) seeks to persuade, reason, and establish a point – not win arguments. If there is a need to win an argument, then the wise in heart knows how to begin and how to bring it to an end. This is one who is very prudent in the choice of words and in the tone reflected in conversation. This kind of approach is well received by others. The Lord gave instruction to all those who love Him when He authored this words that Paul wrote, “Let Christian wisdom rule your behaviour to the outside world; make the very most of your time; let your talk always have a saving salt of grace about it, and learn how to answer any question put to you” (Colossians 4:5-6, Moffatt Translation). RT