Who Screwing Who? (2011)

I don’t know if it because of the sexual sins of the famous preachers or what, but many in the body of Christ jumps on sexual sins, more than anyone other sins of the flesh.  Not that no one sin is worse than the other, as many believe, not I, but many do believe this.   But we do all agree In the Body or should agree than sex without marriage is sin, and sexual relationship with one of the same-sex is an abomination.

And while I do agree that sexual sins are a serious problem in the body of Christ, it seems that many have forgotten or over looked the ones swept underneath the rug..  I was in a group discussion on Facebook where the question was asked who was living a celibate life, as if those who wasn’t was going to tell on themselves.  Just the as the Word tells us to flee fornication, it also says in Proverbs 6:16-19….. “These six things the LORD hates, yes, seven are an abomination to Him: (17) A proud look, a lying tongue, hands that shed innocent blood, (18) a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that are swift in running to evil, (19) a false witness who speaks lies, and one who sows discord among brethren. “ Maybe it’s just me, but I have surely found this in many of churches of today.  Let us not forget being nosey….For we hear that there are some which walk among you disorderly, working not at all, but are busybodies (2ND Thessalonians 3:11).  Again, how many nosey people do you know in the church….I am not saying nothing.

Let me say that I am not making little of fornication or adultery, both are serious offenses in the sight of the God and can bring many heartaches, and should be dealt with in our growing with Christ.  But just as sexual sins can cause harm, so can lying, having that mean spirit, and assignation of others with our words.  As Jesus himself said he was wounded not by sinners, but by church folks in the house of his friends.

So next time we get so concern about who screwing who, just make sure that you are not screwing up anyone life with your words or actions…..YEAH I SAID IT.   My name is Elder T. Byron Williams and I approve this blog

Published on November 30, 2011 at 3:50 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. Brother, Brother, Brother, this is ON TIME. I only have ONE comment: “Ride on my big Bubby!” The obvious sins captivate yes Believers when they know that another Believer is caught or fallen. I’ve always stated that the “hidden” sins that no one sees: jealousy, envy, strife, backbiting, hypocrisy, throwing rocks hiding their hands AND using words to assasinate others are still SIN but self righteous SINS!!! Why do Believers think when they are slipping, dodging and hiding that God doesn’t see? LOL

    He despises those things because often the “little sins/foxes” destroy the vine and runs rampantly. Temptation is NOT a sin but yielding to that little fox!! Continuing to practice that little fox creates many problems!

    God SEES all and knows the heart better than our finite reasoning! When the men brought the woman CAUGHT in the act to Jesus, He didn’t scorn and ridicule her, instead kneeled and wrote in the sand. What he wrote, the scripture doesn’t say BUT using my creative imagination, it was their sins and the NAMES of those that were with her!! In essence, when they focused on her screw up, they screwed up! LOL They had no choice but to toss their stones. Jesus told her to GO and sin no more. If we truly ask for repentance and keep ourselves for that temptation, actions, words or deeds, God will give us a way to escape.

    Again, I say, your teachings are clarifying and bringing into memory for me, in my own life. At work is the worst of all when you find yourself in a situation where people are falsely witnessing against you. This session reminds me to embrace the fact that, whether you are doing things well or not, people can easily destroy you by their words; mere sabotage..
    I did not know how I was going to do it, but, now I know that I can/will take from these teachings and prepare myself as best as possible.

    In my heart, I know what I do and what I am capable of doing. But, I also know that my looks are very deceiving. Time to be true to myself, Sir Byron…You have shed some light on what I have been facing at work, as clearly as glass..

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