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Should Christians Use Curse Words
I said seem bigger and better. Just like the other person responded, it means a person lacks the knowledge of correct (continued) language usage or simply has a smaller vocabulary if they continually rely on those words instead of simple English words. Just my thoughts. It helped me and this blog has too. Thanks! (sorry so long)

Should Christians Use Curse Words
(continued)yes be yes and your no be no. To me, that meant any other words used to make my simple words any stronger were unneccesary and therefore wasteful and not to the glory of God. I have referred to this in my head many times when my tongue wanted to take over. I always try to think of a more precise, to-the-point way to say what I mean. Using curse words was always a way to make what (continued again)

Should Christians Use Curse Words
This is the one that stopped me from cursing after I became a Christian. I had a hugely bad habit. James 5:12 says,"But above all things, my brethren, SWEAR not, neither by heaven, neither by the earth, neither by any other oath: but let your yea be yea; and your nay, nay; lest ye fall into condemnation." I know that this in context is talking about oaths, however, if you think about says let your (contintued)

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