What is this fascination with a “two-edged” (6310) “sword” (2719)? In reading the different commentaries I found that “two-edged” means mouth. The Greek word used in Hebrews has the same meaning. If you look at how this is used in the Bible it seems to usually be related to some kind of speech.
Words have power. They cut and penetrate. Here it is the words of the adulteress. Other places it is used of the righteous.
So? What have you said so far today? What will you say next?
(Psalms 19:14 KJV) Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O LORD, my strength, and my redeemer.Enough said.