Checked by Christ

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Everyone gets checked by God whether you’re a Christian or non-Christian.

It’s mainly up to you whether you decide to listen or not.

My checking experience from Christ happened when I was driving down the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu for a workout the other day.

Christ told me: “The reason why you’re not where you want to be right now is not because you’re not working hard enough or praying enough, it’s because of your Envy.

You see, it’s a very humbling experience when God calls you out on your garbage; especially at times when it doesn’t feel very pleasant.

People mistake envy and jealousy, but they’re completely different.

Jealousy is when you already have something but feel threatened that you might lose it, whether it be a relationship or possessions.

Envy is when you feel that you lack but you have more than enough. It’s in the same relative as Greed. In a way, it’s worse than Jealousy because it’s one of the 7 Deadly Sins.

In conclusion, there will come a time where Christ will check you like he checked me. For some, its already happened. It’s up to us whether we want to listen or find out the hard way. I’m not no saint; but I’d rather choose to listen than be behind the wrath of one of the 7 Deadly Sins…

Mind-Race….

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