5 CATASTROPHIC IMPLICATIONS OF WHEN CHRISTIANS ‘CUSS’…

BE BLESSTIFIED!

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I once heard a man tell his son in the barbershop, “Son, you aren’t old enough to ‘cuss’. When are you old enough to cuss?

America is obsessed with profanity. The enemy has convinced people it makes…

Words more powerful…

Jokes more funny…

Arguments more convincing…

Authority more authoritative…

Good parents will allow coaches to ‘cuss’ their children to ‘get the best out of them’.

People who deal with those who use profanity claim you have to ‘speak their language’ to get through to them.


Our movies, television shows, comedians, songs and sometimes even those in authority reinforce a culture of profanity.


God said very clearly that we are to not allow corrupt, unwholesome, coarse language come from our mouths…

Ephesians 4:29  (NKJV)

29 Let no corrupt word proceed out of your mouth, but what is good for necessary edification, that it may impart grace to the hearers.

He said…

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  1. A huge amen! I remember once being really convicted about cursing. don’t do it, knock it off. We have the power of life and death in our tongues, you simply can’t be speaking both out of the same mouth. It was quite a tragedy too, because I had great skill, I could out cuss the Navy. However, when we can give up our foul language, there is real power there, you can change the whole tone of a conversation, you can calm the storm, and you will definitely stand out.

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