Romans 3:14 Whose mouth is full of cursing and bitterness:……17 And the way of peace have they not known:
1) “ not a chance in hell “ > People are familiar with hell but not heaven.
2) “not a blessed thing “ > Said when people respond to a question about receiving something they wanted but didn’t get. Shows that blessings are far away from people’s minds. People don't thank God for their blessings but are quick to blame Him for the lack thereof.
3) “damn” or “g-d damn” > Their mouth is surely full of cursing. Folks just go about damning everything they can find all day long.
4) " ----- christ" > The world’s number one favorite deity to curse and take his name in vain. Their is authority in his name. Why don’t people use Muhammad, Buddha, or Darwin to swear with?
5) “I couldn't give a damn “ > When people could not care less. Nothing is worth less than a damn to them because they are damning things and people all day long.
6) “bless you “ > The only time you hear this is after a sneeze (superstitious); linked to old belief that when people sneeze, evil spirits have an opportunity to enter in on the in breath. It is also linked to warding off a cold. The Romans used to say “Jupiter bless you”. Only applies to sneezes. Coughs do not qualify to receive a blessing or even a headache.
7) “What the hell?” > Means: what in the name of hell. People love to exalt hell. No expression as "What the heaven!".
8) “Not a hope in hell” > Well, for a change we have some doctrinal truth here. There is no hope in hell.
Romans 2:5 - But after thy hardness and impenitent heart treasurest up unto thyself wrath against the day of wrath and revelation of the righteous judgment of God;
1Thessalonians 5:18 In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.
Help me O Lord to measure my speech today that I may not bring harm to the cause of Christ nor grief to the Spirit.