James 5:12 ESV

But above all, my brothers, do not swear, either by heaven or by earth or by any other oath, but let your yes be yes and your no be no, so that you may not fall under condemnation.

James 5:12-20 ... One was the custom people had of linking God with an oath and thus ... There is really no reason why a Christian should ever use an oath.
Should Christians Swear on the Bible?
Pastor John explains why he would not swear on the Bible.
James 5:12 | Bible Exposition Commentary
16 Jan 2001 ... But above all, my brethren, do not swear, either by heaven or by earth or with any other oath. But let your Yes be Yes, and your No, No,...
Stop Swearing
Its been a long time, I think about eight weeks, since our last look at the epistle of James; and were going back tonight, chapter 5, verse 12. James writes this very direct and simple and clear st...
Why did oaths involve putting a hand under someone's thigh (Genesis 24:9)?
Why did oaths involve putting a hand under someone's thigh (Genesis 24:9)? Did this type of covenant actually involve grabbing someone's testicles?
James 5:12
James 5:12 Let your yes be yes; and your no, be no; lest you fall into condemnation. Youll find those words in James 5:12 and you know they sound a good deal like Jesus said in&
James 5:12b | Bible Exposition Commentary
17 Jan 2001 ... James 5:12 James 5:12c ... An oath is something that restrains a person, an enclosure. ... God Himself took oaths in the Bible (He 6:13-17).
Telling the Truth - Truth For Life
The Bible calls Christians to avoid using deceitful language. Instead, a Christians use of words should be trustworthy, clear, and genuine. Alistair Begg shows us that Gods law proves us guilty of abusing our mouths, but God has provided a way of escape through Christ.
James 5:12-20 - by Steven R. Cook, M.Div.
The Central Idea of the Text is that James encourages prayer (7x) during times of suffering, and for healing, and restoration of fellowship. People swearor ...
Do Not Take Oaths James 5:12 Pastor Steven Rogier
Do Not Take Oaths James 5:12 Pastor Steven Rogier
November 13, 2016 Sermon: Oaths / Judgement (James 5:12)
Our speech is important to God. We are commanded numerous times through the book of James to bridle our tongue, add action to our words, and guard our mouth ...
Pastor Jeff Hebert-James 5:12 Oaths
Continuing an expository series from the book of James.
James 5:12
Sermon on James 5:12, Oaths and Promises http://fbctempe.sermons.io/sermons/james-5-12
James 5:12 Be Week 3; "Become New"
No oaths, no swearing, we should have no part of it James says. Actually these words originated from Jesus as recorded in Matthew 5. But there seems to be a ...

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