The Lord has blessed me with deep pain from a sensitive conscience when I am in the throes of evil or wickedness, and/or hanging out with those who love the darkness; in this way, He provides me with protection me from such evil influences.

Hence, The Lord guides me to remove such influences, and let go. And when I do this, I feel brand new, again; untainted by that darkness which dims the light of the soul.

My insides churn with unsettling akathisia when thoughts of ill-will toward people, who have wronged me, puke up venom of ungodliness throughout my mind.

Upon departing from the bad influences, and filling myself with The One Who is wholly good, inner-peace washes over me, as I gratefully kneel beneath the spiritual waterfall of His Divine Love.

We all sin, but we each can be made wholly new, again, by trusting in our Savior, Jesus Christ.

I can forgive others, as I am a sinner, too, and have most assuredly hurt other people in my lifetime, as do those who hurt me. Other’s deserve no less forgiveness than what The Good Lord gives to me, daily. Nevertheless, “do not go back to that which remains evil, and is unwilling to change”.

When I am restless and deeply anxious, I look for my part in the troublesomeness of spirit. Therefore, upon my search and discovery that I am dangerously choosing to be in the midst of that which is of a malevolent nature, I come to realize why my insides thrash about; so, I remove myself from such company.

Remember, evil most often disguises itself as “a helping light”. We can ascertain the difference between good versus evil by that of being prayerful in every situation and circumstance, so that we might not be deceived.


Proverbs 3:7-8

Don’t be wise in your own eyes. Fear the LORD, and depart from evil.  

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  1. It takes a strong kind heart to be able to forgive, and I think you’ve made a good point about being mindful of deceit and how evil can be wrapped up under the guise of being helpful sometimes.x

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