What's the Bible Say About Cursing? Is Using Curse Words, Swearing, Profanity or Cussing a Sin? The Bible clearly condemns cursing, and it is a sin against God. In our age today, curse words are everywhere. Song lyrics are full of cussing. The averge television show is full of vile profanity.
Even though the word abortion isn’t in Scripture, I challenge you to read these verse and see if you think you think Scripture does not speak about the sanctity of life. I want to point to a few Scripture verses that can help us understand what we know about the reality of abortion. God knows you. The word of the LORD came to me.
It’s true that a statement such as “Thou shalt not gamble,” or “gambling is sin” is not found in the Bible. Yet, the Bible does address the subject when it addresses the sin of coveting.
The story of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah in Genesis does not explicitly identify homosexuality as the sin for which they were destroyed. Some interpreters find the story of Sodom and a similar one in Judges 19 to condemn the violent rape of guests more than homosexuality, but the passage has historically been interpreted within Judaism and Christianity as a punishment for.
While the Bible doesn’t mention the word gambling directly, it addresses the thinking that leads to gambling, as well as the common aftereffects caused by gambling. Consider the guidance provided by these scriptures: Provide for your family. The Bible says that we are to be good stewards of all we have (), which means we should manage our resources to the best of our ability.
Gambling - Is it a sin? The subject of gambling is multi-faceted and something that can divide Christians. On one side of the fence, there are those who argue that it is only a game and, like anything else (eating, drinking, etc.), it is acceptable as long as it does not become controlling or addicting.
But the Bible condemns homosexuality because it is a rebellion against the created order of male-female marriage (Romans 1:18-32). The Civil Rights movement was a welcome corrective to a pernicious evil — one that many professing Christians today are unfortunately still blind to, namely racism.
Preparedness! What does the bible say about being prepared? Matt S. (June 14th 2016.) In this day and age many Christians (including the AMTM team) believe that we are now living in the times of the birth pains described by Jesus in Matthew Chapter 24.