Charity begins at home. Take care of your own needs, first, so that you don’t end up dependent on someone else, and make them resentful of your giving to others. If your father is supporting you, you should do him the courtesy of helping him with the bills and groceries, instead of giving your money away to strangers.
Now my Dad said ^something like “I bet my soul shw was lying”. I was shocked, scared. He says he is absolutely sure nothing can happen because he says that. He just said it. I get very scared about these things. But then I make my parents almost angry because I get so scared. They know I have problems with scrupulosity. But then sometimes, I wonder: Is this really just scrupulosity?
God wouldn’t accept a “bet” said like that, right?? Do I have reason to be scared for my Dad? Is there anything the church says about things like that?
It’s just a dumb expression. It’s nothing to get worked up over. We all need to be mindful of our language, but if someone else is not being mindful, just let it pass - try to understand the person’s meaning, instead of tangling yourself up in how they express themselves.