What is “Bless”?

BLESS is to receive the kindness of God upon a person.

Jesus commands repented persons “BLESS and CURSE NOT” (Romans 12:14, Matthew 5:43-48).

BLESS is, also, to speak kind things about God, to God, and about God’s holy things. Preachers are holy things, also, the Holy Bible and Church — these  are a few examples.

The opposite of blessing God is blaspheming Him or his holy things. Blasphemy is to speak irreverent to or about God or His holy things. (Rom 2:24, 2Tim 3:2, Titus 2:5, James 2:7, Rev 13:6)

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