Cursing is a sin in Christianity. It is stated that the one who curses is condemned to hell. You should never use foul language. Not only will you hurt others, but your wisdom will also be questioned. Go through these bible verses to learn what is written about cursing.
Here are Bible Verses about Cursing
Ephesians 4:29– Allow only beautiful discourse to flow out of your lips sake of edification so that those who listen to it may be graced.
Colossians 3:8– But first, you must also set away your rage, wrath, malice, blasphemy, and filthy communication.
Romans 3:13-14– Their necks are open graves; they have used trickery with their words; asp poison is under their mouth: Whose tongue is full of rage and cursing.
Ephesians 5:4– Rather than filthiness, silly talking, or jesting, which are all inconvenient, give gratitude.
Colossians 4:6– Allow your words to be always compassionate, so you will normally respond to everyone.
James 1:26– If someone among you appears to be religious but does not restrain his speech but deceives his own heart, his religion is in vain.
Exodus 20:7– You must not use the Lord thy God’s name in vain; because the Lord will not absolve anybody who uses his name in vain.
Ephesians 5:4-5– Rather than filthiness, silly talking, or jesting, which are all inconvenient, give gratitude. Because you are aware that no whoremonger, unclean person, covetous man, or idolater has any possession in Heaven’s and God’s kingdom.
James 5:12– Above all, my friends, do not swear by heaven, earth, or other pledges of allegiance.
James 3:10– Blessing and curses come from the same voice. These things should not be, my brethren.
Matthew 5:37– But let your communication be, Yea, yea; Nay, nay: for anything greater than these is harmful.
Psalm 39:1– “I will monitor my feet so which I do not offend with my words,” I said, and “I will bridle my lips while wickedness is before me.”
Proverbs 13:3– He who maintains his mouth shut lives, whereas he who spreads his lips wide dies.
Matthew 15:11– That is not what enters into a man’s mouth that defiles him, but what emerges out of his mouth.
Matthew 12:36-37– But I tell you that every frivolous word said by mankind will be held responsible until the Day of Judgment. Because it is through your words that you will be vindicated or condemned.
Psalm 34:13-14– Keep thy tongue out of wickedness and thy lips out of deception. Abstain from evil and do good; seek and pursue peace.
Jeremiah 23:10– The lovely areas of the desert have dried up, and their route is bad, and their power is not proper because the country is full of adulterers; the earth mourns because of swearing.
Matthew 15:10-11– He collected the gathering and told them, “Hear, and fully comprehend: But this is not what passes further into the tongue that desecrates a man, however, what falls out of the lips that desecrate a man.”
Luke 6:28– Praise those who insult you, and thank for those who exploit you.
Proverbs 21:23– Whoever keeps his mouth and tongue shut keeps his soul safe from harm.
Luke 6:45– A good man talks from the pleasant treasure of his soul, and a horrible bastard speaks from the wicked wealth of his core: for his lips speaks from the depth of his heart.
Matthew 12:35– A good man brings forth good things from his good heart’s store, whereas an evil man brings forth bad things from his evil heart’s treasure.
Matthew 12:36– But I tell you, every careless word that guys talk will be held responsible on the Day of Judgment.
James 3:9-10– Therewith we thank God, the Father, and therewith we curse men, who are fashioned in the image of God. Blessing and curses come from the same voice.
James 3:11-12– Is it possible for a fountain to dispense both sweet and bitter water at the same time? Can the fig tree yield olive berries, my brethren? Is that a vine or figs? No fountain can produce both salt and fresh water.
James 3:6-7– And the mouth is a fire, a globe of iniquity: so is the mouth among our members that it defiles the whole body and puts the operation of creation on the blaze, and it is set ablaze of hell.
James 3:8– For every species of beast, bird, snake, and sea creature has been domesticated and has been tamed by mankind: The tongue, on the other hand, is an uncontrolled evil full of lethal venom that no man can tame.
Romans 12:14– Thank those who harass you, rather than cursing them.
Proverbs 4:24– Put a forward tongue away from thee, and wicked lips away from thee.
Peter 3:10– For he who loves life and sees good days, let him keep his mouth from wickedness and his lips from speaking guile.
Romans 12:2– Do not be molded to this idea, but be transformed by the rebuilding of your mind, to test what is God’s good, ideal, and perfect will.
Leviticus 20:9– For anyone curseth his Father or mother must undoubtedly be put to death: he hath cursed his Father or mother; his blood shall be on him.
Matthew 15:18-19– The stuff that comes out of the lips, on the other hand, comes from the heart and corrupts the man. Because dark thoughts, homicides, infidelities, fornications, thefts, false witnesses, and blasphemy all originate in the heart.
Deuteronomy 5:11– Thou shalt not take the King thy God’s word in contempt: for the Master will not pardon him who takes his word in vain.
Timothy 2:16– But avoid profane and foolish babblings, for they will lead to further ungodliness.
Philippians 4:8– Finally, brethren, whatever is true, whatever is honest, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is beautiful, whatever is of good repute; dwell on such qualities whether there is any value but if there is any applause.
Matthew 15:18– The stuff that comes out of the lips, on the other hand, comes from the heart and corrupts the man.
Matthew 15:19-20– For evil intentions, homicides, extramarital affairs, fornications, thefts, false witness, and blasphemy spring from the epicenter: these are the evils that ruin a man, but eating with unclean hands doesn’t defile a man.
James 3:9-10– Therewith we honor God, even the Father, and therewith we curse men, who are fashioned in the image of God.
James 3:11– Blessing and curses come from the same voice. Is it possible for a fountain to produce both sweet and bitter water?
Psalm 10:7– His speech is full of iniquity and pride, and his breath stinks of cursing, lies, and treachery.
Proverbs 8:13– The Lord fears to despise evil: I despise conceit, arrogance, the wicked path, and the forward mouth.
Psalm 19:14– Please Lord, my stronghold and my redeemer receive my words and the thoughts of my heart.
Matthew 5:22– But I declare to you, whoever gets enraged with his brother for no cause is at risk of being judged.
Psalm 141:1– Lord, I beseech thee: come quickly to me; give heed to my voice when I beseech thee.
Psalm 141:2-3– Allow my prayer to be like perfume before thee, and the lifting of my hands to be like the evening sacrifice. Set a vigil before my tongue, O Lord, and keep an eye on the threshold of my lips.
Proverbs 18:21– The tongue can kill and to save, and that those who appreciate it will consume its fruit.
Psalm 109:17– If he enjoyed punishing, let it flow to him; if he did not enjoy the blessing, let it run from him.
Ecclesiastes 7:5– A man should hear the wise reproach than the music of idiots.
Hebrew 10:26– Because there is no more any atonement for sins if we sin willingly after gaining the knowledge and wisdom.
James 3:9-10– Therewith we honor God, even the Father, and therewith we curse men, who are fashioned in the image of God. Blessing and curses come from the same voice.
Colossians 3:2– Set your heart on things above, not things on earth.
Peter 1:15– But, as he who has called you is holy, so be you holy in all that you say.
Proverbs 6:12– An evil guy walks around with a forward tongue.
Colossians 3:5– Perversion, resulting from external, inordinate devotion, ill debilitating medical condition, and jealousy, which is idolatry, should therefore be mortified in your earthly bodies.
Hebrews 4:12– For the God of The Bible is swifter, stronger, and finer than any this double sword, piercing even to the cutting apart as of inner self, joints, and bones, as well as a discerner of something like the intentions of the heart.
Proverbs 6:27– Can a guy light a fire in his bosom and not have his clothing burn?
Jeremiah 10:2– Thus declares the Lord: Do not follow the pagan’s way, and do not be scared of the symbols of paradise, for the pagan are terrified of them.
Proverbs 15:1– A kind response turns away wrath, while harsh words incite fury.
Colossians 1:10– That you may walk worthy of the Lord in all things, bearing fruit in all good works and growing in the knowledge of God.
Hosea 4:2– They break out by cursing, lying, murdering, stealing, and committing adultery, and blood touches blood.
Hosea 10:4– They have said words, falsely vowing to form a promise, and thus condemnation grows like oak in the field furrows.
Proverbs 10:32– The lips of the upright know what is acceptable, but the tongue of the wicked speaks forwardness.
Ecclesiastes 7:21-22– Take no regard to all words that are said, should thou hear thy servant curse thee; for thy own heart frequently knows that thou hast also cursed others.
Psalm 10:7-8– His speech is full of depravity and pride, and his breath stinks of cursing, lies, and treachery. He lives in the secret regions of the villages, murdering the innocent: his sights are set firmly against the poor.