The spirit world guides us about the right and wrong things to say, including swearing.
Using profanity does not always mean that we are offending a person, as we can use profanity simply as a common habit.
Today we are going to talk about what the spiritual world has to tell us about swear words, and their hidden meanings.
Meaning of swear words in the spirit world
Did you know that the way we speak carries our own set of spiritual vibrations that affect us and the people around us.
Swearing in the spirit world attracts distressing energy, that is, a negative energy to the person's life🇧🇷 Different from always saying positive things.
Swear words in the spirit world negative meaning, bringing negative energies to the people who say them and are considered sin.
The bible mentions several times that profanity or impure words should not be said under any circumstances.
We conclude that there is no connection with God when using profanity, due to the meaning of profanity in the spirit world being linked to defects such as selfishness, judgmental attitude, lack of respect, showing off, etc..
So, it is highly recommended to completely avoid using profanity in any situation, due to its negative power.
Swear words are always negative and harmful to our lives. In fact, this amounts to verbal abuse, and Jesus had some important things to say about the seriousness of this issue.
In this Bible verse, Jesus warned everyone against using a specific word, which was considered a bad word in his time.
- “But I say to you that everyone who is angry with his brother will be subject to judgment; whoever insults his brother will be subject to the council; and who says, 'You fool!' will be subject to hellfire.” Matthew 5:22 NIV
So these words of this verse, the act of saying a bad word to a person is a sin. And the person they made will be subject to hellfire.
Not only does Jesus talk about swearing not to be used, but the apostle Paul also talks about language Christians should not use.
- “Watch out for how you speak. Let nothing impure or unclean come out of your mouth. Say only what helps, every word a gift.” Ephesians 4:29, MSG.”
With this, we can conclude that swearing in the spirit world takes us away from God towards the Great.
For example, some people can change the word “My God in heaven”, when something goes wrong and end up saying “What the fuck@”.
Which of these two words above do you think would be more positive to be done frequently?
Don't create the habit of swearing, look for more positive words even for negative situations. How, for example, to say “my God in heaven”, instead of saying “Put@ que pariu”