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Hi Peeps,
Today’s Quote
“Most of us are really good at using someone else as a scapegoat for all of our personal failures, inaction, and inadequate behaviors.”  ~ Jon Barnes

Copiers

People use the behavior of others to copy, embrace, zone out, and imitate as their own ideas because they are too lazy to work, think, and learn for themselves.  Ignorant people use deviant methods and behaviors as a distraction to their wicked intentions of deception, hidden agendas, and false hope.  Their job is to zone out so they can take what you have and run.

Authors

Real people write their own books each day with the wonderful faith, events, work challenges, homework, and solutions that were discovered.  Your mind, processes, photocopies, files, and organizes all of the books, actions, experiences, hopes, and dreams that you have uploaded each day to help you navigate tomorrow’s experiences.  Evil people create life books and experiences of destruction, confusion, discourse, and chaos everywhere they go.  Their goal is to zone you out and disconnect your mind so they can control it.

Plagiarism

Beware that you don’t copy the works of wicked evil people, who are trying to pass their intentions off as being good, honest, loving, helpful, and spiritual. Stay in your zone with God.  These fake people must be exposed by not following them into traps of destruction, bad habits, and laziness.  Copy the good God wants you to do, because it is impossible to plagiarize the love of God in your life.  Your life must write love books of actions in faith, which is taught to you from God through the reading and studying of scriptures.
Today’s Question
Are you committing plagiarism by stealing and copying someone else’s evil ideas and lifestyle that is not approved by God for your life?

Enjoy The Reading

Psalm 38

A psalm of David, asking God to remember him.

Lord, don’t rebuke me in your anger
    or discipline me in your rage!
Your arrows have struck deep,
    and your blows are crushing me.
Because of your anger, my whole body is sick;
    my health is broken because of my sins.
My guilt overwhelms me—
    it is a burden too heavy to bear.
My wounds fester and stink
    because of my foolish sins.
I am bent over and racked with pain.
    All day long I walk around filled with grief.
A raging fever burns within me,
    and my health is broken.
I am exhausted and completely crushed.
    My groans come from an anguished heart.
You know what I long for, Lord;
    you hear my every sigh.
10 My heart beats wildly, my strength fails,
    and I am going blind.
11 My loved ones and friends stay away, fearing my disease.
    Even my own family stands at a distance.
12 Meanwhile, my enemies lay traps to kill me.
    Those who wish me harm make plans to ruin me.
    All day long they plan their treachery.
13 But I am deaf to all their threats.
    I am silent before them as one who cannot speak.
14 I choose to hear nothing,
    and I make no reply.
15 For I am waiting for you, O Lord.
    You must answer for me, O Lord my God.
16 I prayed, “Don’t let my enemies gloat over me
    or rejoice at my downfall.”
17 I am on the verge of collapse,
    facing constant pain.
18 But I confess my sins;
    I am deeply sorry for what I have done.
19 I have many aggressive enemies;
    they hate me without reason.
20 They repay me evil for good
    and oppose me for pursuing good.
21 Do not abandon me, O Lord.
    Do not stand at a distance, my God.
22 Come quickly to help me,
    O Lord my savior.
 

Love,

Jonathan

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