Inept

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Hi Peeps,
Today’s Quote
“Your inept interaction and fake relationship with God will be the object of ridicule, mockery and permanent rejection destined for hell, because of your sinful choices and lifestyle.”  ~ Jon Barnes

Derision

God will mock you and your torment just as you are mocking Him right now. Know that during the day of Judgement, there will be no help, hope, or hearing of your fake plea deal.  Honestly know that you are not fooling anyone and you will pay for your hypocrisy, bad choices, and sinfulness.  Study to accurately know and understand who God really is.  Unfortunately, many will do no work at all.

Inaccurate

Many of us are fooled with inaccurate information about God, His Word, Works, and lifestyle because we are lazy, foolish, prideful, greedy, arrogant, hardheaded, and evil.  Knowing this and confessing our sins to God is the first step in the right direction.  However, the next step is to accept the responsibility of truth, love, change, and lifestyle improvements, based on scripture studies, reading, meditation, prayer, and seeking God’s council. 

Accurate

I am not always accurate, but God is.  Follow Him, not me.  I’m just a working stiff just like you and anyone else who are trying to follow Christ, by doing the work of faith and not the work of FAKE!  Find your passion in the simple, plain truth in God’s beauty, word, work, and love so that your mind, eyes, spirit, soul, and heart stays fixed upon The Master, not mankind.  God will never let you down, but people will.
Today’s Question 
Do you realize that your entire life has been a mockery of God with your inept actions, fake confessions, false relationships, and disobedience, yet you still pretend and play the inept fool’s game with hell’s fire and God’s wrath? 
 
Enjoy The Reading
 

Job 21 

Job’s Seventh Speech: A Response to Zophar

21 Then Job spoke again:
“Listen closely to what I am saying.
    That’s one consolation you can give me.
Bear with me, and let me speak.
    After I have spoken, you may resume mocking me.
“My complaint is with God, not with people.
    I have good reason to be so impatient.
Look at me and be stunned.
    Put your hand over your mouth in shock.
When I think about what I am saying, I shudder.
    My body trembles.
“Why do the wicked prosper,
    growing old and powerful?
They live to see their children grow up and settle down,
    and they enjoy their grandchildren.
Their homes are safe from every fear,
    and God does not punish them.
10 Their bulls never fail to breed.
    Their cows bear calves and never miscarry.
11 They let their children frisk about like lambs.
    Their little ones skip and dance.
12 They sing with tambourine and harp.
    They celebrate to the sound of the flute.
13 They spend their days in prosperity,
    then go down to the grave[a] in peace.
14 And yet they say to God, ‘Go away.
    We want no part of you and your ways.
15 Who is the Almighty, and why should we obey him?
    What good will it do us to pray?’
16 (They think their prosperity is of their own doing,
    but I will have nothing to do with that kind of thinking.)
17 “Yet the light of the wicked never seems to be extinguished.
    Do they ever have trouble?
    Does God distribute sorrows to them in anger?
18 Are they driven before the wind like straw?
    Are they carried away by the storm like chaff?
    Not at all!
19 “‘Well,’ you say, ‘at least God will punish their children!’
    But I say he should punish the ones who sin,
    so that they understand his judgment.
20 Let them see their destruction with their own eyes.
    Let them drink deeply of the anger of the Almighty.
21 For they will not care what happens to their family
    after they are dead.
22 “But who can teach a lesson to God,
    since he judges even the most powerful?
23 One person dies in prosperity,
    completely comfortable and secure,
24 the picture of good health,
    vigorous and fit.
25 Another person dies in bitter poverty,
    never having tasted the good life.
26 But both are buried in the same dust,
    both eaten by the same maggots.
27 “Look, I know what you’re thinking.
    I know the schemes you plot against me.
28 You will tell me of rich and wicked people
    whose houses have vanished because of their sins.
29 But ask those who have been around,
    and they will tell you the truth.
30 Evil people are spared in times of calamity
    and are allowed to escape disaster.
31 No one criticizes them openly
    or pays them back for what they have done.
32 When they are carried to the grave,
    an honor guard keeps watch at their tomb.
33 A great funeral procession goes to the cemetery.
    Many pay their respects as the body is laid to rest,
    and the earth gives sweet repose.
34 “How can your empty clichés comfort me?
    All your explanations are lies!”

Love,

Jonathan

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