The sin of rationalizing sin dismisses conviction and God’s righteous truth for Spiritual conversion. Rationalizing sin hides behind works for self-righteousness, suggests a possibility of flawless perfection if not for this or that, can be accusatory, and is weighted with excuses for sin such as…”Stress kept building and I needed an outlet. The choice seemed right in ‘my’ eyes. ‘I’ felt it was best. I felt justified because of what was done to me. Someone tempted me. It’s normal in society. I fellowship for Jesus contingent on others having my same Bible knowledge. I’ll put that person in their place, with this Bible verse. I rejected God’s instructions because I didn’t understand why God was giving them. It was just a little sin. As soon as I stop the bad things happening when I figure out what sins I’ve done, I can then move forward. In all fairness to me, God should have warned me what I was up against, or I would not have conducted an evil for an evil.” ~Scripture reveals: things that happen to someone, do not the Heavens revolve, make Almighty God dependent on a person to understand why, or always involve sin and God’s correction. Scripture guides: trust God’s universe to Him, and Jesus didn’t die on a cross for excuses and oppression. No matter a location, situation, or a sin: repentance has you already where you are supposed to be, forgiven by the Blood of the Lamb to rejoice with our Father’s Holy Spirit in Jesus Christ! ~Jesus revealed in John 8:32 And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. 2nd Corinthians 3:17 Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty. 1st Thessalonians 5:16 Rejoice evermore. ~James Rathman: Evangelist 

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