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God’s Last Name Is Not Damn

Freedom Fellowship Tract God's Last Name Is Not Damn

Freedom Fellowship Tract God’s Last Name Is Not Damn

This is a topic that gets to me. I do not like to hear God’s name used in vain. When I hear it, I cringe and it echoes in my head. Saying His name in vain is blasphemy. It is against God’s standard law, The Ten Commandments. I do not have to list the ways we misuse God’s name, we all know the ways we use it and most of the times it is not out of praise, it is done in vain. Even in thought it is in vain. So we do not have to say it, we can think it. Remember God looks at our heart. This includes using his Son’s name in vain. Remember they are three in one, the trinity. Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

I even left a job because everyone there said God’s name in vain a lot. I even talked to them and told them it was offensive and I didn’t like it. None of them wanted to change, so I left the job and got me another one.

God’s name is sacred and Holy. Did you know that in Bible times if you said a certain name for God, you could be killed instantly?

Exodus 20:7

Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.

God’s Name is Holy

God’s name is holy. (Matthew 6:9) It is the most holiest name there is. We shouldn’t be using his name out of context, as a cuss word, etc. In the Bible times only High Priest and only in the temple, could the High Priest say the most holiest name of God. When Jesus died on the cross the vail was torn down on the temple that separated the Holy place and the Most Holy Place (only the High Priest could enter). Making it where we can go directly to Jesus as our personal living savior. Jesus became our High Priest, interceding on our behalf to the Father.

Why isn’t any other name used?

Ever notice atheist and agnostic and other religions never swear to Alla, Mohammad, Buddha, etc. It is only God they use. You all may not believe in the same God I do, but that is disrespectful and disobedient to God doing so. Why don’t you say your own gods name in vain? Easy, because deep down you all know that the God of this universe, the creator of everything, The God who sent His Son to die for us, is truly God, you just don’t want to come out of the darkness. Also why do you use His name like that and you claim that you don’t believe Him?

Why else do they want to silence the name of God or Jesus? Because they know it is a powerful name. They know that name causes convection and repentance. No one wants to be in the light. They want to stay in the darkness and not have their sin exposed.

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First Published on November 18, 2013. Republishing September 1, 2015.

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My name is Steve Patterson and I am saved through the blood of Jesus Christ. I have been blogging at Courageous Christian Father since 2012, however, I have been blogging since around 2004. At church I help with the youth, van ministry, ushering or wherever else needed. Currently, I am working on my bachelors of theology. I am a father of an adult child. I work as a graphic designer. I also love listening to nothing but Christian Music. I am an Eagle Scout class of 1994. Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle.

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  1. Lynn Poe says:

    agreed

  2. Lynn Poe says:

    agreed

  3. Inuwa John says:

    Me too.

  4. Inuwa John says:

    Me too.

  5. Niet saying it’s good or not blasphemy….
    But usually people say it as a way of venting irritation,than it’s not in vain….just….rude and blasphemous

  6. Niet saying it’s good or not blasphemy….
    But usually people say it as a way of venting irritation,than it’s not in vain….just….rude and blasphemous

  7. even saying it venting mad upset if you’re saying it in a non holy maner its blasphemy

  8. even saying it venting mad upset if you’re saying it in a non holy maner its blasphemy

  9. John Calderon says:

    Is doesn’t matter if you are upset, mad or irritated. God did not create the problem for those who use it in that manner. We as Christians should be more respectful of how we behave and act and have a higher moral standard, than to be speaking out of term. We all have our moments, it doesn’t mean we need to act foolishly.

    1. Thanks for the comment. You are right. We are not to use God’s name in vain. It goes against moral standards and our bases comes from the 10 Commamdments that tells us that. Thanks for reading and make sure you follow this blog so you won’t miss an article.

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