The F Word & Jesus

Curse words are used so frequently that they are no longer a shock to society.

Once deemed inappropriate around women, it no longer matters whether you identify as a man or woman because we all tend to be as bad as one another.

Children will walk around swearing and cussing because of the influences around them and half the time, they don’t even understand the language they use – it’s just apparently “cool.”

What has happened to culture?

Why does no-one react shocked when foul language is used on TV or in a song.

Why do people think swear words are more appropriate than other words in our language, to get their point across?

Paul warned us against such things because it grieves God.

I look back and see the destruction in my life when every second word was literally a swear word. It wasn’t so much the words that caused the issue but if I treated myself with less dignity when using them, then why would I care about how I treated other people?

To me, abusive language is a relationship breaker because if we are to come from a place of love, then we should be following the direction of the Holy Spirit and I cannot find a legitimate version in scripture that says the F word and Jesus go together.

“Don’t use foul or abusive language. Let everything you say be good and helpful, so that your words will be an encouragement to those who hear them.” Ephesians‬ ‭4:29‬ ‭NLT‬

One Comment on “The F Word & Jesus

  1. I love this!!! Thank you so much for sharing this! It’s refreshing to know someone else agrees with me, keep up the good work!!!

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