(Proverbs 15:2 KJV) The tongue of the wise useth knowledge aright: but the mouth of fools poureth out foolishness.
Here is a real challenge. We have a responsibility to make the truth of God “aright” (acceptable NASB) (3190). I really don’t think that means to water it down with pablum or sweeten it up with processed sweetness. It does mean presenting it in such a way that it will be listened to. One of the big keys to communicating is our attitude. I would say the listener’s attitude but there often is little we can do about that problem which does not involve ours.
This probably involves listening and paying attention. If we are talking to someone who is into fast cars then we probably should not dwell on historical issues. If they are into opera, don’t try to discuss rap. Jesus was known for his communication and he talked about the things people were familiar with. He talked of farming and sheep. He did not spend a lot of time discussing the current fashions in Rome.
So? Don’t abandon truth but try to put it in words that others can understand. Seems simple but it isn’t.