Tag Archives: profanity

Wait! Get offended later . . .

There’s no need to be quickly offended. You can always get offended later. Pride gets easily offended because it refuses to see its own faults. When you’ve been tripped up by truth, maybe it’s best not to jump up and … Continue reading

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Many use & promote profanity, few voice objections against it . . .

Some people don’t want to hear profanity. Others don’t want to hear arguments against it. Often the words that are easy to speak aren’t the best words to say. The words we speak or write can bless people with hope … Continue reading

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Think outside your own box of hard knocks

Self-focus diminishes joy. Think outside your own box of hard knocks. Take time to notice, appreciate, and be inspired by the marvelous beauty in the nature outside your door. Many people have their mind full of negative, hostile, and harmful … Continue reading

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Which list do cuss words match — the fruit of the Spirit or the works of the flesh? (Galatians 5:19-24.)

Here is Galatians: 5:19-24: “The acts of the flesh are obvious: sexual immorality, impurity and debauchery; idolatry and witchcraft; hatred, discord, jealousy, fits of rage, selfish ambition, dissensions, factions and envy; drunkenness, orgies, and the like. I warn you, as … Continue reading

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Who to follow?

People who intentionally deny and/or distort the truth to manipulate others shouldn’t be trusted. If you want to follow someone who won’t lie to you or let you down, follow the living, resurrected Jesus Christ! When Christians (or churches) support … Continue reading

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Do you ever cuss to be kind, polite, or humble?

Cussing is unkind, disrespectful, and arrogant. (Nobody cusses to be kind, polite, and humble.) To use profanity is to prefer bitter words instead of better words. Kindness is greatness and you can’t cuss kindness into existance. Know and respect your … Continue reading

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Christian leadership & godly character

New Testament leadership trains people to listen to the risen Jesus and releases them follow and obey Him. I wonder if Christians will be surprised when they find out the pastor wasn’t the only one God wanted to speak through … Continue reading

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Profanity is not a love language

Love language seems to be in decline. For example: Even medical care has evolved from the hands-on healing of wounds and diseases to paying a person to tell you what drugs to take. When it comes to love language, let’s … Continue reading

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Cussing — it ain’t good for you! (Or your hearers.)

Using profanity ambushes you (and your hearers) with negative and self-esteem-destroying thoughts and emotions. Cussing fills your life (and your hearers) with the same destructive words, repeated over and over. Normalizing profanity is normalizing publicly spewed crudeness, rudeness, and lewdness. … Continue reading

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How do you handle cussin’ Christians?

I’ve noticed a new trend lately, something I’ve never really noticed much in the past — cussing Christians. I don’t get it. Why would people who are called to be “pure in spirit” want to pollute themselves and others with … Continue reading

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