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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will Form 843 Profanity

Instructions and Help about Will Form 843 Profanity

Hey guys, Jeff here. Welcome to another Monday message. As you can see, I am not in my office right now. I am in good old Nashville, Tennessee. Shout-out to Brandon and Sammy for letting me crash at your crib. Now, what I want to talk about this week is swearing or cussing. Is it a sin? Chipotle right now, by the way. I didn't actually swear there. I just feel like making that beep noise because I'm making a video about swearing. I actually said something about Chipotle. But here's the truth of the matter. This issue is actually not as black and white as we'd like to make it out to be. The Bible has a ton to say about our speech, our words, and our mouths. In fact, there's even one verse in James where James basically uses the imagery of saying that it only takes a tiny match to set a whole forest on fire. And so it is with our tongues. With the tiniest thing or with the simplest of words, we can actually reap destruction and hurt. It even says that with the same mouth you usually bless the Lord with, you also use to curse or make fun of. That has a huge significance and weight to it. That's the first verse we have to listen to because if we're honest, and we see that, we realize that James is actually saying that when we make fun of someone or reap pain or gossip or damage upon them, we are actually assaulting our Creator. In the same way, when there's an image or a statue of some king in antiquity and you put graffiti on it or spill paint on it or try to destroy it, that's actually an assault on the royal...