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But let every person carefully scrutinize and examine and test his own conduct and his own work., Galatians 6:4...don't try and shirk...your own personal responsibility. Casting the blame on others...family, friends and former lovers. Because it's easy to lose
sight of the truth...in our ignorance and youth. When coupled with the
pain, of our past and the lack of knowledge of God, to boot. Yes, the
truth, will set you free...if you every really desire to see...it. From
God's perspective...not from your own selective...memory. Passing the
Masters's, True/False test is not as easy...as we'd like to make it be.

For often we...fail to believe...that we acted selfishly. In the hope
that things would turn out differently...the way we wanted it to
be...instead of God's preordained destiny. The path He chose for us from
the beginning. Before we started spinning...a tangled web...one sinful
thread...after another. Hurting ourselves and so many others...in the
process. Now forced to deal with the consequences and regrets. Because
we're to prideful to confess...even to God...who knows the motives of
every woman or man's heart. And longs for us to finally take
responsibility for our part. Take a self-examination of our
own conduct infractions...bad choices and actions...you've made. But
have yet to except your true grade.

Don't waste time...self-examination saves lives,
Mommy Dearest
 

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