Proverbs 11:5 Path Of Righteousness

Proverbs 11:5

The righteousness of the blameless will smooth his way, But the wicked will fall by his own wickedness.

A child of God gets their righteousness from God, and they walk blameless cause they walk with Him by their side. The wicked reject God, so they have no righteousness, none at all. The Holy Bible is full of people who are called saints, but when we read God’s word, we will read, they didn’t live so blameless. So many questionable mistakes, so how can anyone be blameless if they can. When I was a non-believer when I sinned, I didn’t care, and my only concern was if I got caught. The law caught with me a few times, and I end up in jail, and it wasn’t pleasant. The worst part was listening to the conversation of other intimates. I heard others talk of the crimes to others, even not as Christian, things I heard turn my stomach. As they laugh and joke, I said to myself, I sure hope I never become like this dudes. A Christian, ask God for help, and His Spirit will help and guide, so you and I can walk blamelessly. Some criminals who serve time, when released, will try to live a better life; that is why prisons are called correctional facilities. Other criminals will go in and out of the prison doors and, in some way, call the prison home, and I guess that is security for them. Institutionalized is what prison is; someone or a people need held or heavily watched cause that person seems to feel secure if there everything they do, is behind bars. The wisdom and freedom that the Lord gives are that you and I can walk through the valley of shadow and death, but you and I shall fear no evil, for our Shepherd God will guide, protect from the wicked, and also corrected us from our cruel ways. God bless you all, the Lord Jesus loves you, and so do I. Samuel J H.

Isaiah 26:6 The foot will trample it, The feet of the poor, the steps of the helpless.” 7 The way of the righteous is smooth; O Upright One, make the path of the righteous level. 8 Indeed, while following the way of Your judgments, Lord, We have waited for You eagerly; Your name, and remembering You, is the desire of our souls.

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