• Yes. Thou shall not covet.
  • Yes I do, the bible states that ''love is patient, love is kind it does not envy''.
  • Actually, it is one of the 10 Commandments: "Thou shall not covet thy neighbours goods" which translates to you should not want what somebody else has and let it make you insanely upset because YOU don't have it - that my dear, is a sin!
  • im not even a christian and its obvious that jealousy is a flaw
  • I think it's VERY natural and some savants would tell you even a little necessary in a relationship (so long as it's a "healthy" dose). Trying to CONTROL someone out of jealousy is UNHEALTHY and detrimental to a relationship!
  • Jealousy
  • In the Bible, jealousy can be positive or negative. If you jealously guard the truth, it is good. God is a jealous god- that means that he cares for us fiercely and does all things for our good. That is good, too. But if a jealousy is based on insecurity in a relationship, that is not good. If jealousy means controlling another human for ones own benefit, it is wrong.
    • Rick Myres
      Where in the Bible does it say jealousy is good. In the Bible it say love is not jealous. I know God is jealous of other gods. Other words is a a sin to make anybody or anything more important that Him. Those are gods when they are more important than Him.
  • No you're a human its natural as long as you're not drowning in it or observe it you can learn to control and see it is truly irrational.
  • People with jealousy are obviously flawed people. Otherwise they wouldn't be jealous.
  • Jealousy IS a flaw. Religion has nothing to do with it.
  • 4-7-2017 Dictionaries point out that 'jealous' and 'zealous' are the same word, but the differences in definitions are totally bonkers. You can google the references more easily than I can post them here.
  • yes. God gave us love as the number one commandment in the new testament
  • No.God is a jealous God and He is not flawed.
  • Yes...It is not a ' nice' attitude to have...Yet scripture states this...that Jehovah IS a ' jealous' God. (Exodus 34:14) You must not bow down to another god, for Jehovah is known for requiring exclusive devotion. Yes, he is a God who requires exclusive devotion. (Zechariah 8:2)
  • Yes I do because jealousy does not and is not love.

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