ANSWERS: 5
  • Apparently, god has very sensitive ears. It must be from hearing the screaming of all those people he sends to hell plus the crying of innocent people dying in unberable pain due to diseases, bodily harm, torture, etc. Now, we can rule out that it's due to listening to the prayers of his followers
  • Shh. It's not. Swearing is a means of ensuring that truth is being spoken. That's why you do so in court, when being inducted into service, and when taking political office. Nevertheless, Scripture says to let your yes be yes and your no be no. Nothing more should be necessary for an honest person. If you're talking about using vulgar language, that's not 'blasphemy', it's just a poor witness.
  • i dont think it is
  • It is being abusive of the gift of language. The toughest language problem is KNOWING all the sweqr words YET choosing to NOT use them..even in moments of stress... Just think of the efforts that your parents and teachers put in to TEACH you language... We should use it productively.
    • Jenny_Rizzo
      Greetings my Jehovah's Witness friend. Good answer to speak of parents and teachers. The Bible also educates a believer to define the actual meaning of swear words. If you watch the YouTube video I posted in my answer, you will be shocked to see how many churches are becoming more like mobs.
  • Unless you agree with those so-called corrupt pastors from different Christian denominations who use swear words in their churches, you are only "corrupting your soul" furthermore. This is a must watch YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7iA7Y3chzgQ To give you a biblical answer, swear words are described as evil-speaking words by the (KJV): Ephesians 4:31 "Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and [evil speaking], be put away from you, with all malice:" Ephesians 4:31 "Get rid of your bitterness, hot tempers, anger, loud quarreling, [cursing], and hatred." (GWT) This is what churches don't want you to know. Come to know the truth with teachings from the Bible:

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