Fruitful words

One Member of Parliament used unparliamentary, unprintable, and abusive words against another member, watched by millions on television. He had no remorse, regret or repentance. Instead, he claimed it was his right to use such words. What kind of words should a Christian speak? The Fruit of Spirit is expressed in words too. (Galatians 5:22,23)
Loving words: Believers’ words should express the love of God and not be hateful, envious, and divisive. Loving words to bless even enemies and praying for them is the mark of a Christian. (Luke 6:27-28)
Joyful words: When a person rejoices in the Lord always, his/her words would be words of joy and cheer. (Philippians 4:4) The joy of the Lord is the strength of God’s people. (Nehemiah 8:10)
Peaceful words: Blessed are the peacemakers, for they are children of God. (Matthew 5:9) Those who bring discord between brothers are an abomination to the Lord. (Proverbs 6:19) God’s people have the authority to pronounce Shalom (wholesome peace) whenever they enter a home or wherever they go. (Luke 10:5)
Patient words: Lord’s disciples should not speak angry words, but express patience. There is a willingness to give opportunity for others to repent and be redeemed. Those who are not patient are judgmental.
Kind words: Believers should not harbor bitterness, but be forgiving, tender-hearted, and showing kindness to one another. (Ephesians 4:29-32)
Good words: Good apt words are like apples on a gold-coated silver plate. (Proverbs 25:11) In contrast, bad words hurt, curse, demean, destroy confidence, and rob the dignity of the people.
Faithful words: Christians always have eternal hope. Hence, they are called to speak the words of faith and a positive attitude with possibility thinking. Faithful words help people to be edified and to grow in spiritual maturity.
Gentle words: A soft, gentle word turns away the wrath. (Proverbs 15:1) David states that the gentleness of God made him great. (Psalms 18:35)
Self-control words: A person without self-control is like a city without walls, broken and breached. Hence vulnerable, weak, and exposed to external attacks. (Proverbs 25:28) In ancient times, cities had walls of protection.
Do I speak fruitful words?