Wednesday, May 16, 2012

There is a payday for everyone


I am always amazed when folks attempt to take on the victim role when retribution is being issued to them. It is as if they want the entire world to sympathize with them and pamper them in some outlandish way conveniently forgetting what they've done to others.


I am further amazed that during their time of retribution (PAYDAY) of the evil they've sown, amazingly, they instantaneously become poets, scripture reciters, and plaster the walls of various social networks with quotes and references such as “God made ugly but he don’t like it”, “God don’t sleep” “Today for me tomorrow for you”, “If you spit in the wind it will blow in your face”, and the all too common one “What goes around comes around”.


I have to now ask the question to these recent seminary graduates, where were these quotes and biblical references when you were raising eternal hell in the lives of others? News flash! It is now your time to be recompense of the evil, unfairness and hidden calculated plans you have orchestrated in the lives of others. It's so amazing when one is executing their evil towards others, for some strange reason they never envision that one day that same evil multiplied will be returned to them. Now that the shoe is on the other foot, they've volunteered for the role of "victim"


You showed no mercy, compassion or consideration to others. Instead you were ruthless defiant, confident and consistent with your well-orchestrated oppression towards others and gave special attention to the art of seeing to it that others do not get ahead. This same God of which you eloquently speak of now that the tables have turned, was the same God that delivered you out of trouble, pulled you out of despair and oppression and placed you in position, not only to assist and promote his people but anyone that needed a helping hand.


However, your gratitude towards this same God was displayed in the crowning of yourself with pride and spreading your shoulders for the robe of selfishness. If that wasn't enough you made it your mission to forget where you came from and what He has brought you through by oppressing and victimizing the people he’s purposely placed in your path for you to promote, deliver and advance as he had done for you. Instead, you praised and rewarded the evil doer and acted upon their advice to keep God’s people under your feet………………. You assumed that because you were not immediately punished for your unjust acts, you were getting away with your crimes on humanity, in particular the people of God.  My friend, scripture is clear and it reads as follows:


“Whoso rewardeth evil for good, evil shall not depart from his house” Proverbs 17:13


Your pride and arrogance has bewitched you of the reality that the seeds you were sowing then, were simultaneously securing a payday for you now, that has forced you in this seat of reality. Your manipulations lies and well choreograph misleading of others has left many with false expectations, hurt, frustration and bitterness and in some cases having to start all over again of course with zero remorse from your end.


Well, if you want to be honest with yourself you can begin by admitting that you're not being unfairly paid. Instead, you are living the biblical law that clearly states, "Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap" Galatians 6:7.

WELL, SEEING THAT YOU'VE MIRACULOUSLY DEVELOPED INTO A PERSON OF BIBLICAL REFERENCES AND QUOTATIONS DUE TO YOUR PRESENT DISLIKE POSITION, LET ME ASSIST YOU WITH A FEW BIBLICAL QUOTES THAT I AM SURE YOU’LL FIND QUITE RELATIVE………. 


Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written: vengeance is mine,I will repay saith the Lord” Romans 12:19


“Behold, the wicked brings forth iniquity;
Yes, he conceives trouble and brings forth falsehood.
He made a pit and dug it out, and has fallen into the ditch which he made.
His trouble shall return upon his own head, and his violent dealing shall come down on his own crown” Psalm 7: 14-16.


My words of wisdom for today is simply this: treat others the way you desire to be treated. Show love and compassion to others the way God has show it towards you. Promote, uplift, encourage, inspire and advance others while you have the power to do it for these are the seeds that will come home to harvest one day.   I am sure that at the end of the day we can all agree that God surly doesn't sleep. 


Written by Kevin L A Ewing
kevinewing@coralwave.com
kevinlaewing.blogspot.com