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Is It Ever OK to Use Explicit Language in Our Prayers to God?

Core Christianity

Christian talk radio with Pastor Adriel Sanchez and Bill Maier

April 19, 2022

Episode 948 | Adriel Sanchez and Bill Maier answer caller questions. Show Notes Questions in this Episode 1. We believe that the OT saints were saved by looking forward to Christ. But were they regenerated, were they what we would call “born again”? 2. How can I put sin to death in my life? 3. Is it ever ok to use explicit language in our prayers with God? For instance, there is a Christian band called Kings Kaleidoscope and they use the f-word in one of their songs. I have heard defenses for using this language because the writer was in a time of grief after the loss of his son. I bought this for a while, until I found a YouTube video of a concert where they sang this song, and there were a lot of young people belting out the f-word. Is it okay to publicize, publish, and repeat an explicative just because it is genuine and heartfelt? 4. If you accept Christ on your deathbed, can they be truly saved? 5. Does Ezekiel teach that the sacrificial system will be renewed? 6. Why didn’t the disciples notice any of Jesus’s other words?

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