The School of Faith

February 12, 2018

THE SCHOOL OF FAITH (PART ONE)

Your accomplishment is measured by your faith. Matthew 9:29 says that according to your faith be it unto you. Do you want to please God? People do all kinds of thing to please God. They go on pilgrimages, they give money, they make sacrifices, and some of them dress in strange ways and do outlandish things. Do you want me to tell you how to please God? Believe Him. Without faith it is impossible to please God. Faith pleases God, because faith honors God. And, by the way, if you please God, it doesn’t matter whom you displease. And, if you displease God, it doesn’t matter whom you do please. And, the way to please God is to believe God.

Faith overcomes the world. Are you having troubles and struggling? Is this world oppressing you and weighting you down? The Bible says in 1 John 5:4: “And this is the victory that overcometh the world, even our faith.” You say, “Pastor, I’ve got a mountain of problems.” Our Lord says in Mark 11:23: “If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove.” I do not have the vocabulary, words, or emotion enough today to emphasize to you the importance of faith.

And if someone ever comes to you whether in print or radio, TV or online claiming they have found the secret, or they have the formula, or they know it all, don’t believe them. I’ve been a serious Bible student for almost 45 years. Bible college, Seminary, Doctoral degree, post-doctoral studies, pastor, professor, psychologist, street preacher. And I’ll tell you one thing I’ve learned, I’m as ignorant as a rock. The depths, and the heights of the Word of Truth, unfathomable, it’s like a diamond mind that never gives up all it’s secrets easily.

Now that’s not to be a discouraging statement, we are like builders, we have the shoulders of past giants to stand on. We have great books and sermons to guide us. But each and every great truth has to be relearned, rediscovered, reapplied. Head knowledge alone is worthless without the Holy Spirit making application, “making it real” in our lives.

Pick one bible and make all your notes in that bible, when it wears out buy the same bible and transfer all the notes over again, you’ll be surprised at the great gems you’ve discovered in your pilgrimage. And some stuff will make no sense at all, don’t erase it, there was a certain setting in time where it was important. Plus there will be stuff you wrote that now you know is just flat wrong. Don’t erase it, but mark it as incorrect and write the truth next to it and the source. Every quote you write down, write, who, when and where.

(As side note, only buy bibles in premium leather, calfskin or kangaroo, with Smyth binding. It will never wear out if cared for; as your bonded leather will give up the ghost no matter what you paid for it. Leonard’s bookbinding can resew it and put quality, premium leather on it, it will become a family heirloom. One last thing, lay your bibles on their sides, not upright like a regular book, you will ruin the ‘yap’ on the bottom).(now don’t panic, there is a church in Michigan??? That makes a premium KJV bible for under 100 dollars with large print and great paper and premium leather. just look up church bible printers(??) or email me.) if money isn’t an object than go to evangelicalbibles.com and the best hand sewn or Smyth Sewn with premium leather and the best paper and the text is lined up on each side of every page so there is no shadow or bleed through of text. Expect to pay up to $300 dollars for Schuyler Caxton Bible in any version you like and it will last a lifetime. Like a carpenter that has learned to buy the best tools for a lifetime, this is the same principle. I have my great, great grandmother’s bible, I don’t know how she could have afforded it, but it is a treasure to see her handwriting and the little notes or even a family recipe stuck in it, not to mention the genealogy written down with a few pictures as well.

Sorry got side tracked there.

Abraham was the Dean in the School of Faith, but he had to learn some lessons himself. At this time he was very young in the faith. And, God now brings him into the land of famine, as we’re going to see, for one purpose and one purpose only, and that is to test him. But, he failed the test. Now, my dear friend, God’s going to test your faith. Not because He doesn’t love you, but because He does love you. If you don’t remember anything else that I’m going to tell you today, I’m going to tell you this. A faith that cannot be tested, cannot be trusted. How do you that you have the real thing? How can you trust what you have if it’s not been tested? Now, God will test you. Peter taught the same thing. 1 Peter 1:7: “That the trial of your faith”—that is the testing of your faith—”being much more precious than of gold that perisheth, though it be tried with fire” or through fire. Now, what Peter says is that your faith is worth more than gold. But, you test gold to make certain that it’s real gold and not fools gold.

Stay tuned for part two

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IT’ YOU

February 9, 2018

OUR ADVERSARY MIGHT BE YOU!

Do you know the devil is not all that interested in getting you to commit the grosser sins of the flesh? You know, sometimes you see a man, he’s all drunk in the gutter, covered with vomit and flies, someone says, look what the devil did to that man. No, he did it to himself. He did it to himself.

You see, some person who has become the cast-off plaything of lecherous and wicked men. Her face racked and ruined with the scars of sin, her body filled with disease, and all cast away. We say, oh, look what the devil made her do. No, she did that—she did that.

The devil’s kind of ashamed of those kinds of people. Did you know that? Did you know that there are some folks living such a way to embarrass the devil? You know, if the devil had his way, he wouldn’t want you acting like that. You know what the devil wants you to do? Wants you to put on a nice suit, get a nice tie, put on a beautiful dress, and get some pretty gloves and get you a little Bible and he wants you to come to church and he wants you to sit on the pew and he wants you to smile and look religious and live your own life without God.

The devil had rather send you to Hell from the pew than the gutter anytime.

The most dangerous person in the world is a religious person. Not saved, not living for God, just a funnel for hypocrisy and feel good about yourself false facts. Did you know there is such a thing as false facts?

It’s the bible twisted and perverted to suit a persons own set of beliefs. If you doubt that’s possible read all the sermons by Confederate Preachers endorsing slavery. Or for a modern example take Joel Osteen. False Facts. You say anything long enough you’ll believe it. The bible can say something in black and white, don’t do it, that’s what the bible says. But people will say anything to endorse their sins, their habits, mistakes.

My favorite lie is; “well, that may be a sin for some folks but not for me.”

Or how about, “well I did that or got that and look at me I’m still going to church.” Millions of Christians can do something wrong and yet they’ll never confess it or repent. It’ called ‘self righteousness’ and it leads other Christians down the wrong path.

Congrats, you are the devil’s favorite spokesperson.

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BAD HABITS

February 5, 2018

Bad Habits

Habits drive our behavior, which in turn forms our character. This is why understanding how to make and break habits is such an important skill for spiritual formation.

 For our purposes we can classify habits into four broad categories: positive, negative, virtuous and sinful. Positive habits improve our lives in a general way (e.g., brushing our teeth), while virtuous habits make us more Christlike (e.g., prayer and Scripture reading). Both types are formed using the same method

 Negative habits generally have negative effects on our lives (e.g., eating junk food), while sinful habits lead us away from God and to our destruction. How we deal with these two types of habits is quite different, so we’ll consider sinful habits separately

 Here, though, are six steps to help break negative habits:

  1. Identify your own negative habits—While some negative habits are bad for anyone, the effects on many others vary from person to person. For example, staying up too late at night might be a negative habit if you have to wake up early and it prevents you from getting enough sleep. But for other people, staying up late might be a benefit because it allows them to get more done at a time of day when there are fewer distractions. To identify your own negative habits, make a list of the recurring troubles in your life and then try to identify patterns of behavior that might cause or contribute to the problem.

  1. Isolate the habit loop—Every habit, positive or negative, starts with a behavioral pattern called a “habit loop.” This loop consists of three parts: a cue, routine and reward. The cue is a type of trigger that tells your brain to go into automatic mode and begin the routine, which is the behavior itself. The final step is the reward, an internal or external stimulus that satisfies your brain and helps it remember the “habit loop.”

  1. Change the trigger—Some negative habits can be overcome simply by changing the trigger. Take, for example, the negative habit of checking your email when you are trying to engage in another activity, such as Bible reading. The cue for this habit is likely some sort of notification (either visual or audio) that you have a new email. This triggers the behavior (checking your email) that your brain has been conditioned to reward (the brain likes novelty, and reading an email temporarily satisfies your curiosity). By simply turning off such notifications you can remove the trigger that activates the behavior.

  1. Modify the context—Along with the three parts of the habit loop, negative habits also tend to include a strong contextual element. Specifically, we are more likely to engage in negative habits when we are bored, stressed or seeking to avoid an activity (e.g., procrastinating from work).

  1. Replace the negative habit with a positive one—Eliminating negative habits is extremely difficult. But the process can be much easier if we simply replace the habit with a better one. Once you’ve identified the negative habit, consider how you can “reengineer” the habit loop to replace the negative habit with a more positive routine.

  1. Plan for setbacks—Negative habits are difficult to overcome. Expect that it will take numerous attempts and lots of trial and error before you are able to replace a negative habit with one that aids in your flourishing. Ask God to give you the strength and ability to persevere.

Tomorrow we will look at making Good Habits.

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OLD ABE

January 25, 2018

OLD ABE

Stored in a safe place at the Library of Congress is a small blue box. The label reads: “Contents of the President’s pockets on the night of April 14, 1865.” As you probably know, that was the fateful night on which President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated.

The box contains five things: (1) A handkerchief embroidered “A. Lincoln”; (2) A country boy’s pen knife; (3) A spectacles case repaired with string; (4) A purse containing a $5 bill—in Confederate money! (5) Some old and worn newspaper clippings.

The clippings are concerned with the great deeds of Abraham Lincoln. One of them reports a speech by John Bright, a British statesman, saying that Abraham Lincoln is one of the greatest men of all time.

That is not news for us who live over a century later. We all know that Lincoln was a great man. But in 1865, the jury was still out. The nation was divided and Lincoln had fierce critics on both sides as he made decisions that he hoped would restore the Union. Remember, Lincoln hadn’t read the history books on himself!

There is something poignantly pathetic about picturing this lonely figure in the Oval Office reaching into his pocket and spreading out these newspaper clippings as he re-read the encouraging words of a man who believed that Lincoln was a great man. It gave him the courage and strength to go on. People, especially leaders, need encouragement! (From an article by Charles Swindoll in the newsletter of the First Evangelical Free Church, Fullerton.)

Shift the scene from the Oval Office of Abraham Lincoln to a dungeon in Rome. It is dark and cold. A dim ray of light filters in through the opening at the top. Inside sits an aged, weathered little Jewish man, chained to a guard. It is Paul of Tarsus awaiting execution. Keep in mind that Paul didn’t know that his life and teachings would radically change the course of world history. All he knew was that the end was near and that many of those whom he had loved and taught were abandoning him like sailors jumping off a sinking ship.

Suddenly, there was a noise above as the guard opened the hatch to his cell. The old man squinted into the light, but couldn’t see who was climbing down the ladder to visit him. But he recognized the friendly voice, “Paul, Paul, I’ve found you at last!”

“Onesiphorus! Is that you, my good friend?” The two men embraced warmly in spite of the stench of the prisoner and his squalid cell. Then Onesiphorus, whose name means “bringing help or profit,” opened his bag and gave Paul fresh bread, fruit, cheese, and wine. He stayed a long time and he came back often, bringing good news of the progress of the gospel across the Roman Empire. Each time he came, Paul was refreshed in body and spirit.

Onesiphorus could have thought, “Paul is strong. After all, he’s the great apostle, who has suffered often. This isn’t his first time in prison. Who am I to try to minister to someone like him?”

But the reality is that everyone needs the ministry of refreshment at times. Even the Lord Jesus, in His hour of agony in Gethsemane, took His three closest disciples with Him and asked them to watch and pray with Him there. If Christ needed it and if Paul needed it, then we all need it. That means that we all need to look for those in need of refreshment and minister to them.

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my feet like Hind feet

January 24, 2018

You may not be familiar with the book, it’s a great little devotional book. “Hind’s feet on High Places” it’s been around for a while I highly recommend it.

Together forever

[God] hath raised us up together; and made us sit together in heavenly places in Christ Jesus” (Eph. 2:6).

  In the first stage of our Christian life we seek to bring the Lord Jesus down to our level, for our use; later on we learn to take our position in Him at His level, for His use.

 The desire of many and the tendency of all is to connect the Lord Jesus with ourselves on this earth, instead of accepting that we are in living union with Him in heaven. The Lord give us to apprehend the reality of our true position; that we are outside this scene when we are in our true place. We are thankful that Christ was here, and that He made a pathway through the wilderness, but now we have  to properly come from Him in glory to learn the path and to find His blessing in it.

If you do not know about your union with the Lord Jesus in heaven, you cannot come out in the power of the new creation to act from Him on earth, to be descriptive of Him. You can never be heavenly by effort. Many seek to be heavenly by prayer, reading the Word, devotedness, but the only pathway to it is to be brought by the Holy Spirit to realize union with our risen Lord. You are heavenly by union, by nature. Abide in Him.

Are we prepared to accept our union with the crucified and risen Lord, not only as the basis of being received by the Father, but also as the way we walk day by day? If this question was honestly faced, and answered affirmatively by the members of our churches, there would be no need to endeavor to whip up a ‘revival.’ There would be a spontaneous upsurge of life and blessing—the direct work of the Spirit of God Himself.

  “Risen with Him through the faith of the operation of God, who hath raised Him from the dead” (Col. 2:12).

Spend time with God.

Blessings from scumlikeuschurch@gmail.com

Pray for Beth Ann, hip surgery on Thursday

Pray for Barry, he kind of wandered off and his doing his best to get

Back in the flock.

Pray for Carly, she’s 41 today and has spent the last 20 years like a wrecking ball.

She has finally hit the bottom and is asking for help.

 

Ok, so yesterday’s devotion was way long, so today, just a list of things to see if they are in your life and the changes you may need to make to see these actually happening.

Peace: maintaining a sense of harmony and unity

Faith: depending on God

Grace: giving freely to others

Forgiveness: not holding grudges Honesty: speaking truthfully

Confession: verbally admitting failures

Conforming: fitting in with a group or culture

Working alone: accomplishing tasks individually

Influencing: changing the way others live

Recognition: receiving feedback and approval for one’s work

Accountability: being responsible to one another

Diversity of personality: valuing the uniqueness of yourself and others

Conflict resolution: getting conflicts out on the table

Shared goals: holding common goals along with others

Direction: having clear goals

Development: improving and refining skills and gifts

Inclusion: being included with others

Exclusion: being left alone

Intimacy: engaging deeply with others

Creativity: trying new things, expressing new thoughts, doing things differently

Training: repeatedly teaching effective principles/lessons/processes

Loyalty: sacrificing personal interests for those of others

Efficiency: pursuing high levels of productivity

Courtesy: having a friendly and hospitable attitude

Authenticity: expressing thoughts and emotions genuinely

Closure: completing tasks

Structure: having clearly defined expectations and plans

Spontaneity: continuously developing plans

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Remember Larry V in prayer,, shoulder surgery.

I really can change (part two)

Because each person is unique, God’s formative process is unique for each. And though the Spirit of God is the One who transforms souls, each individual has personal responsibility in the process. Many spiritual disciplines can contribute, yet God is primarily concerned with transforming the whole person, not just patterns of behavior. For this reason, no one method (be it a traditional spiritual discipline or another method) is the single critical component.

To understand our need for transformation, we must understand who we are currently, both as individuals and as members of the body of Christ. Who we are has undoubtedly been shaped by our past. Therefore, we explore various aspects of our identity, such as our heritage and temperament. What do these tell us about who we are and what we value? The interaction during this study bonds us and builds trust among us. Our goal is not to analyze, criticize, or control each other, but it is to grow and affirm what God is doing in and through one another.

In Identity, we ultimately want group members to see themselves in light of their identity in Christ. However, many of the values we actually live out stem from such influences as temperament, family background, and culture. Not all of those values are contrary to our new identity in Christ. For example, the value one person places on honesty, which he learned from his parents, is affirmed by his identity in Christ.

It can take a long time––more than a lifetime allows––for the Spirit of God to transform our values to line up with our new identity in Christ. We cooperate with the Spirit when we reflect on what our values are and how well they line up with our identity in Christ as described in Scripture.

One of the most significant characteristics of our identity in Christ is that we are now part of the body of Christ. The Christian life cannot be lived in isolation.

(I want to say this to all the door kickers, snake eaters, LEO’s and others, in the call of duty you may have “seen the elephant,” combat, war, taking a life. It is never an easy thing to live with. Isolation and “manning-up” doing it solo, is not the answer. Find a support group, talk it out, find other veteran’s, retired cops, talk it out). And Jesus love even you.

In order to experience intimate community in the biblical sense, we must learn to reveal ourselves to others. We need to honestly, freely, and thoughtfully tell our stories. Our modern culture makes it easy for people to live isolated and anonymous lives. Because we and others move frequently, we may feel it’s not worth the effort to be vulnerable in shortlived relationships. However, we desperately need to keep intentionally investing in significant relationships.

Real involvement in others’ lives requires more than what the term fellowship has too often come to mean. Real involvement includes holding certain values in common and practicing a lifestyle we believe is noble, while appreciating that this lifestyle doesn’t make us perfect. Rather, this lifestyle is a commitment to let God continue to spiritually form us.

Share your stories, the good, the bad and the ugly. Don’t get a good reaction when you’re candid, find another group, talk to the pastor, your counselor, mentor, sober companion. But you will only find healing in the community of others who have made it through and out the other side. And it is a continuous daily struggle and renewal. One time isn’t enough, it’s not ‘one and done’ it takes being will to share.

Well that’s it for today.

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FEED THE BITE!

January 7, 2018

FEED THE BITE!

THAT’S NOT A TYPO

Ok, true story, just happened, so a San Antonio, Texas, public school. There’s no more “special ed” classes, everyone has to be ‘special’ and together. Now I don’t want to sound mean or uncaring, but to some I will probably come over like that, tough.

So what we used to call retards, now we call diminished capacity individuals. Parents can insist that their “special” little snowflake has to the right to attend a regular public school. We are not talking low IQ here, they carry around their neck or in their pockets pictures of words or pictures because they can’t talk. And are you ready for this, if you have one of these students in your class you (the teacher) have to wear arm guards. Because these little monsters bite, literally.

And school policy demands that you “feed the bite.”

Meaning that when they bite you (not if) you don’t tear away from them because it could damage their teeth or the digit (yours) that they’ve latched onto. So “feed the bite” push and that will satisfy them and they will let go.

Holy crap, I’m not making this stuff up. THIS IS SCHOOL POLICY; Political correctness has run amok. These liberal social demonazis have thrown out any sense of soundness. Literally, the inmates are running the asylum. Can you say ARKHAM!

So we have gender confusion, a man can go into a woman’s bathroom. (when my wife goes to a restroom in a store or restaurant I stand by the door just to make sure some rapist, perv, gender confused moron doesn’t go in and harm her. And if I’m not smiling I’m a scary mean looking guy.

So now you are wondering how am I going to get anything biblical inserted into this post. Don’t worry.

  1. The return of Jesus is imminent

  2. Watchman of Zion, awake (Ezekiel 33).

  3. Sound the trumpet in Zion

  4. The wisdom of this world, God calls foolish.

  5. Romans, “and they have turned every good thing into evil with their perversions.

Seriously, you need to start voting out all the liberals and democrats that want to ruin this country.

You need to write every elected official you know and hold their feet to the fire.

You need to pray for God to send a revival to our country.

And I know most people won’t do this, but home school your kid, mom’s stay home and raise godly kids that can read and write and serve God. Do you really need that big of a house, a tv in every room, a computer in every room.

Let me meddle some more, all computers the kids, the parents, in a common room. WHEN YOUR KIDS COME HOME FROM SCHOOL ALL THEIR CELL PHONES GO INTO A LOCKED BOX.

BY YOUR KID A PHONE THAT MAKES PHONE CALLS ONLY NO SMART PHONES. REALLY HOW STUPID CAN YOU BE, TEENAGERS, HORMONES, PUBERTY AND A CELL PHONE THAT CAN LOOK UP ANYTHING ON THE INTERNET.

Cameras, buy them the old polaroid down at the pawnshop and let them lug that around, then you’ll see home much they need a camera. Or do you really want to see your 10 year old daughter being ‘sexy’ on her facebook page.

Ok, I’ve got to stop there or stroke out, GROW UP BE THE PARENT.

Blessings from scumlikeuschurch@gmail.com

walk the walk men

January 6, 2018

A MAN OF GOD IS KNOWN BY WHAT HE FOLLOWS AFTER

While the man of God is continually running from evil, he must also be running toward good. There is a sense in which, as long as we are in this body, we can never stop running. If we stop running from what is evil, it will catch us. If we stop pursuing what is righteous, it will elude us. We will never be at the point where we have finally outdistanced what is wrong, nor will we ever have fully captured what is fight. Our whole life consists of flight and pursuit.

What specifically must a man of God pursue? In 1 Timothy 6:11 Paul lists six qualities that distinguish a man of God: righteousness, godliness, faith, love, patience, and gentleness. The first two are general virtues, one having to do with external behavior, the other with internal attitude and motivation.

Righteousness simply means doing right, both before God and before man. This is not the imputed righteousness we have in Christ through faith, but the practical righteousness of living according to the standards of God. When a man who claims to preach God’s word leads an ungodly, lascivious, ego-centered, materialistic life—a life that would make a black mark on a piece of coal—that man is not a man of God. A man of God pursues what is fight.

Godliness, on the other hand, refers to the spirit of holiness, of reverence and piety in the heart. This spirit is the source of fight behavior. It is living one’s life in the conscious presence of the holiness of God. This consciousness comes from devotion to the Word of God, prayer, self-denial, discipline, accountability, worship, communion, and all the other means God provides for bringing one’s heart captive to Christ. A man of God must not be so concerned for the welfare of his flock that he neglects his on spiritual health. If he falls short of God’s standard of holiness, his ministry cannot be effective. A man of God must tend his own garden and bring forth the fruit of godliness.

From these two general virtues flow the more specific ones named. The two internal virtues Paul mentions are faith and love. Faith means confident trust in God for everything, complete loyalty to Him, unwavering confidence in His power, purpose and provision. The man of God lives by trusting the sovereign God to keep His word and meet His servant’s needs. He lives in a kind of relaxed desperation: desperate because of the tremendous ramifications of the ministry, but relaxed because of his confidence in the sovereignty of God. He lives in faith.

Coupled with faith is love: agape love, beautiful, volitional, unrestricted and unrestrained. It is a love that includes everyone, God and men, Christians and non-Christians. The man of God understands the great commandment: you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind, and your neighbor as yourself (Matt. 22:37–39). His love for God is so deep that it overflows into love for God’s children. He loves them enough that, when necessary, he is willing to confront them with the truth.

The other virtues named may be considered outward virtues: patience and gentleness. Patience does not mean a passive resignation, but a victorious, triumphant endurance, an unswerving loyalty to the Lord in the midst of trials. This is the endurance of the martyr who will give his life for the cause, of the shepherd who will lay down his life, if need be, for his flock, just as his Master did. The man of God endures the inevitable and constant trials of ministry, not just with resignation, but with victorious joy.

Finally, the man of God must pursue gentleness, or meekness. This is the selfless attitude of one who, though consumed with a great cause, recognizes that he makes no contribution to its success. The man of God must be humble.

Righteousness, godliness, faith, love, patience, and gentleness: if a man does not pursue these virtues, but pursues the things of the world, he cannot be a man of God.

The carnal life or the walk in the spirit life. A life long battle, although age seems to help, and drop in testosterone helps as well.

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Men of God (part 2)

January 5, 2018

Godly Men (part 2)

Paul exhorts 1 Timothy 6:11 to “flee these things.” The verb “flee” conveys the sense of running continually to escape a dangerous enemy. “These things” refers to what Paul has just been talking about in verses 9 and 10: the evils attached to the love of money. These evils include “foolish and harmful lusts” and even the danger of straying “from the faith in. . . greediness.” Greed is the sin of false teachers who pretend to speak for God, but whose true goal is personal gain.

Other things a man of God must flee from include sexual sin (1 Cor. 6:18), idolatry_ (1 Cor. 10:14), and youthful lusts (2 Tim. 2:22). From anything which might distract his heart from God or detract from his ministry, the man of God must flee.

It’s not enough to just rebuke it or claim it. I saw a bible advertised online that is just for Pentecostals or the Joel Osteen ilk, that was supposedly filled with one sentence sayings that were spiritual defenses against dark forces. I mean that sounds more like an ad for Dungeons and Dragons than a bible.

But of course in this 1 minute world, what else could you expect.

Of course these are probably the same people that claim the devil made them do it or my personal favorite I hear all the time; “I just couldn’t help myself.” Really, what are you a zombie?

Ok, I’m done ranting, you see a temptation, flee, literally get away from it.

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Pray for Anne, she went off her medication and is living in panic attack city.

Seriously if you were prescribed a medication, don’t quit taking it unless you talk to your doctor. Or the side affects are worse than the illness, but still talk to your doctor.