Exodus 22:27 “Do not curse G-d”

Negative Mitzvah 60: You shall not curse G-d

Exodus 22:27 "Do not curse G-d"

This Negative Mitzvah is often called "Birkat HaShem," which literally
means "blessing HaShem."

We do not even want to call this terrible offense by it's real name -
so the opposite term is used.

We are forbidden to curse HaShem.

This Negative Mitzvah also prohibits one from cursing judges.

We must honor and respect judges and realize that their decisions help
us fulfill the Torah and Mitzvot.
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