Righteousness In God’s Words

Sometimes things are not always what they seem to be. Some people like to downgrade others to make themselves look good. In reality, when you do these devious things, you’re not thinking about how God is looking at YOU. Amen. And when you do realize that you’ve done wrong towards others, as well as to yourself, then you’re quick to run and repent to God. Repenting to God in prayer is good. It’s holy. But why repent if you’re only going to go back and do the same things over and over again? If you call yourself a “child of God”, act like it. Actions speak louder than words. Some of us want to run away from our problems instead of facing them. They like to walk over top of people, use them, talk behind their backs, and then smile in their face as if nothing has happened. STOP IT!! Keep in mind: GOD IS WATCHING ALL OF US. And don’t think it’s ever too late to give yourself to Jesus. Sometimes when you want changes in your life, you have to be willing to SACRIFICE. Amen. Sacrifice for what you believe in. Sacrifice for what you want. I know every great minister has not yet been put on the pulpit, but at the same time there are some so-called ministers, pastors, preachers, bishops, reverends, etc who need to step down FROM the pulpit. Amen. I’m not one to point fingers at people when I feel they’re wrong, but I’m not going to turn my back on them either. One of the Ten Commandments states, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Another one states that we should “love our neighbors and treat them as our equal.” Amen. What this means is simple. Treat people the same way you want them to treat you, regardless of whether you like them or not. Do right unto God and your blessings will surely be showered upon you. Amen.