S'up. Saturday, we, the Ruff Ryders, will be hanging out with DMX. Yes! Unlike any of us; he still commits sin(s). BULLLLLL. We all, even after being Saved, commit sin(s), still. The enemy just has his/DMX's posted in the media. What if satan splattered your post-Salvation sin(s) on the t.v. & radio? Your not married but you still giving your girl or man a "Brain Storm". right? Last week you did something worse than robbing a bank....you robbed God by not tithing. lol. And the list goes on for us just as it does for DMX. So please don't be what God really dissss-likesss; a hypocrite, by lying to folks, including yourself....into believing your the second coming of Jesus.
To my point. All bikers, please keep the Lords traveling grace and mercy with you by getting prayed up before you get on the bikes.
6 The wounds from a lover are worth it; kisses from an enemy do you in.
113 I hate the two-faced, but I love your clear-cut revelation.
7-8The businessmen engage in wholesale fraud. They love to rip people off! Ephraim boasted, "Look, I'm rich! I've made it big! And look how well I've covered my tracks: not a hint of fraud, not a sign of sin!"
Judges sell verdicts to the highest bidder, priests mass-market their teaching, prophets preach for high fees, All the while posturing and pretending dependence on God: "We've got God on our side. He'll protect us from disaster."
24-26 Your enemy shakes hands and greets you like an old friend, all the while conniving against you.
When he speaks warmly to you, don't believe him for a minute; he's just waiting for the chance to rip you off. No matter how cunningly he conceals his malice, eventually his evil will be exposed in public.
14 "When desperate people give up on God Almighty, their friends, at least, should stick with them.
9 Would it be profitable for you if He should investigate your tactics [with me]? Or as one deceives and mocks a man, do you deceive and mock Him?
Job 15: 1-16
1-16 Eliphaz of Teman spoke a second time: "If you were truly wise, would you sound so much like a windbag, belching hot air? Would you talk nonsense in the middle of a serious argument, babbling baloney? Look at you! You trivialize religion, turn spiritual conversation into empty gossip. It's your sin that taught you to talk this way. You chose an education in fraud. Your own words have exposed your guilt. It's nothing I've said—you've incriminated yourself! Do you think you're the first person to have to deal with these things? Have you been around as long as the hills? Were you listening in when God planned all this? Do you think you're the only one who knows anything? What do you know that we don't know? What insights do you have that we've missed? Gray beards and white hair back us up— old folks who've been around a lot longer than you. Are God's promises not enough for you, spoken so gently and tenderly? Why do you let your emotions take over, lashing out and spitting fire, Pitting your whole being against God by letting words like this come out of your mouth? Do you think it's possible for any mere mortal to be sinless in God's sight, for anyone born of a human mother to get it all together? Why, God can't even trust his holy angels. He sees the flaws in the very heavens themselves, So how much less we humans, smelly and foul, who lap up evil like water?