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What is coming around to you

Updated on October 24, 2012

Is it payback time?

I have recently learned that certain abusive people that were in my life are getting payback. They were mean, cruel, self centered and trouble makers.

The one person has become a hemophiliac. That means if they so much as nick themselves they can bleed to death. They use to live for fishing, hunting and working on home projects. They were informed they could no longer do these hobbies. Now they just sit in their residence and bitterly watch TV. It is like their whole world has come crashing down on them. Because of their cruel disposition they have no friends. Each day must seem like a slow torturous hell.

Another person has been informed their bones in their spine are deteriorating and nothing can be done to prevent it from getting worse. They loved to garden and go shopping. Now, they sit in their residence and bitterly just watch TV. Again, because they were so abusive, they have no friends.

There is the one who was lazy, mouthy and conniving. That person has been made a manager of a small store. All the employee’s are lazy, mouthy and are scammers. The manager cannot fire them because of the labour laws and the manager cannot afford to quit the job.

The final one was mean, cruel and self centered. They have been informed there are problems with both their legs. They used to love to go hiking but now are using a walker to get around with.

They are all either middle aged or in their early thirties.

After I had been informed of this, this Bible verse came to me like a strong voice: Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. Whoever sows to please their flesh, from the flesh will reap destruction; whoever sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life. Galatians 6:7-8

Do not think I was overjoyed upon hearing of their calamity. Rather, my heart was filled with sorrow because I know they stubbornly refuse to repent of their wicked ways. Their ultimate destination is Hell but in the mean time their circumstances are only going to get worse. No one with a loving heart can rejoice about that.

Since nurturing a close relationship with God my life has been filled with peace and joy (oh there are still bad days, but having God there with me makes them tolerable.).

My question to you is: what are you going to be reaping?

Please Jesus Pryyand (Jesus my friend) help me to follow in Your footsteps so that our relationship will blossom even more into a beautiful flower. Please guide those who are receiving their rewarding for their wicked lifestyle to You before it is too late. In Your gracious name I pray. Amen.

May the sunshine of Jesus’ sweet love bless you today and every day.


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      teacherjoe52 5 years ago

      Good morning teaches.

      I agree.

      The sad thing is they know they should change but stubbornly refuse to and in the end pay for it. It is a medical fact that being angry and mean spirited is bad for our emotional and physical health so that is how they end up reaping what they sow.

      May Jesus' sweet love envelope you today.

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      Dianna Mendez 5 years ago

      TeacherJoe, you wonder how God works when he states that vengence is mine. Having to release your hurt and to forgive those that offend you is hard. We mean them no harm in return when they are so evil towards us. But, as you stated, it is something to see how people will reap what they sow.