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After watching this video you will never say a bad word again! Jesus warned us…

Today's video: “After watching this, you'll never say a bad word again! Jesus warned us…”, represents one of the warnings we can find in the Bible. In the Gospel according to St. Matthew we read: "By your words you will be justified and by your words you will be condemned." These are very important words that indicate that our words have great meaning and impact on our spiritual life. Moreover, Jesus taught that our words are a reflection In Luke 6:45 it says, "A good man out of the good treasure of his heart bringeth forth good, and an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart speaketh." This means that what we say reflects our inner self, our beliefs and our soul.

Jesus often practiced silence as a means of thinking, praying, and acting thoughtfully. Silence can help us understand the situation, calm our emotions and avoid rash speaking. It is also a time when we can listen to others and be more present in the conversation. Jesus taught that emotions can influence our words and actions. Therefore, it is important that we try to remain calm and composed in difficult situations. When we're upset, angry, or convinced we're right, we can say things we later regret. Jesus encouraged us to control our emotions and understand that our reactions affect others. Jesus also taught us empathy and understanding towards other people. When we are silent, we can listen more carefully to others and try to understand their point of view. This can lead to better understanding and conflict resolution.

God's love for us is one of the most beautiful and profound aspects of our spirituality. It is a love that transcends all human concepts and is difficult to fully understand. However, despite its mysterious nature, we can see many signs of God's love in our lives and around us.

The very fact of existence is the first and most important sign of God's love for us. In the Bible we read that God created the world and everything in it, and when we look at the beauty of nature, the complex structure of the human body or the rich variety of life on earth, we cannot help but see in this act the creation of an expression of love and care.

God's love for us is also manifested in His relationship with humanity. Many times throughout history, God has sent prophets and teachers to give us His words and instructions. However, the highest manifestation of this love was the moment when God sent his Son, Jesus Christ, to save humanity. Christ came into the world to teach love, mercy and forgiveness, and finally gave his life on the cross to save us and give us the hope of eternal life.

God's love for us is also manifested in our daily lives. It is He who gives us the ability to love others, forgive, empathize and offer help. It is He who gives us the strength to survive difficult times and overcome adversity.

However, we do not feel God's love for us only in moments of joy and success. She is also present in our moments of sorrow, suffering and trials. That is when God is beside us, supporting us with His love and His promise to never leave us.

It is worth remembering that God's love is unconditional. It does not matter about our merit or perfection. His love is eternal and unchanging, regardless of our faults and sins. It is a love that transcends us and in which we can find true and deep comfort.

God's love for us is an incomprehensible gift that is beyond human understanding. It is love that gives us meaning and purpose in our lives. Therefore, it is worth opening your heart to this love, seeking His presence and following His example, loving others as He loves us.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QIsWT2L1gD0
We are saved by Faith period.
The presence of the Holy Ghost is the confirmation of salvation.
It would help if your video was in English.
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darkmere1983 · 46-50, M
as i stated in your last post, god and jesus do NOT condemn, it is only man who condemns.
Diotrephes · 70-79, M
@darkmere1983 [quote]as i stated in your last post, god and jesus do NOT condemn, it is only man who condemns.
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Are you sure?

Job 34:18 (CEV) = "Indeed, God is the one who condemns unfair rulers."

Exodus 22:8 (CJB) = "In every case of dispute over ownership, whether of an ox, a donkey, a sheep, clothing, or any missing property, where one person says, ‘This is mine,’ both parties are to come before God; and the one whom God condemns must pay the other one double."

Proverbs 12:2 (ESV) = "A good man obtains favor from the Lord, but a man of evil devices he condemns."
Vin53 · M
If you could reason with christians, there would be no christians.
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