Sunday 6 October 2013

My rant for this week..What He cannot tolerate...

Hi readers and followers,

I'm sorry for not putting up any posts in the last two weeks. I've been extremely busy but I'm back now. Yay! I need to discipline myself to share a post every Monday as promised.

What have you been up to? I've had an interesting week, I witnessed an amazing proposal. My friend’s boyfriend proposed. He put a lot of efforts into the proposal. I had no idea that he could be really romantic. My favourite thing about the proposal was the fact that he involved all of us (his friends and my girlfriend’s friends). Congratulations to my girlfriend on your engagement, I'm happy for you. I can’t wait for the bridal shower and the wedding day. May the Lord continue to guide both of you.

Back to the post . . .

Are you aware of what God does not like and what God cannot tolerate? Are there things that you cannot tolerate and when someone engages in what you dislike, do you cringe? How do you react when someone that you really care about engages in what you dislike despite the individual being aware that you dislike it?

As part of my daily bible reading, I stumbled on a scripture, which I said I must share with my readers and followers.

Proverbs 6: 16-19 states that:

There are seven things that the Lord hates and cannot tolerate:

  1. A proud look
  2. A lying tongue
  3. Hands that kill innocent people,
  4. A mind that thinks up wicked plans,
  5. Feet that hurry off to do evil,
  6. A witness who tells one lie after another,
  7. And someone who stirs up trouble among friends.

      Thou shall not engage in the things that God hates and the things that He cannot tolerate. How do you think God will react if we engaged in the above?

You are now aware of the seven things that God Almighty does not like and cannot tolerate.  

Please, ensure you do all it takes for you to avoid those seven things.

Examine yourself if you are engaging in those seven things. God said that we should examine ourselves whether we are still in faith (2 Corinthians 13:5).

1 comment:

  1. Yea..this scripture is profound, but the one that intrigues me the most is no4, it just confirms how powerful the mind is. Mercy lord!