Indeed, they belch with their mouth; Swords are in their lips. For God is my defense. Psalm 59: 7&9 New King James Version
Have you ever encountered a loud mouth?
Their words just belch out of their mouths without them even considering what they are saying. Many times their words are intended to be like a sword piercing the heart of their intended victim. They are mean spirited. They like to say and or do things to intentionally upset souls and then they laugh in their wicked delight. On the internet they are called trolls.
Do not allow them to get under your skin.
I just meekly (meekness means you are firm but keep your temper under control) inform them that that behavior is not tolerated by me and if they can not or will not speak to me with respect then shut up. They become very angry but what can they do? If they become or threaten to become violent just inform them you will call the police (do not go to their level and get in fisticuffs. Brains over brawn will win the battle). When the police arrive inform them that you want them tested for anger management problems. Their cohorts will quickly desert them.
I speak from a lot of experience. In countries where the police are useless I ask them if they have mental problems? Is this the way you consider respect (which means a lot in many countries)?
If the problem becomes serious consider getting counseling. A good place to get help is Focus on the Family and RBC.org (look up the booklets on that site).
And of course it is always best to go to the best guidance counselor Jesus Christ. Because he walked the earth there is not one thing we have experienced that He did not go through so who better to get help from than someone who has walked a mile in your shoes, is all wise and all powerful?
Prayer: Please Jehovah Yeshua (God our protector) protect me from the wicked tongue lashers and bless me with the wisdom, grace and meekness to deal with them in the same manner as Your wisest, strongest son Jesus Christ. It is in His mighty, loving and caring name I pray. Amen.
May the sunshine of Jesus’ sweet love bless you today and every day.