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It’s been a long day of meetings. But I still came in and said, “I’m going to get out of my suit, put on some athletic gear, and go for a run!”. But you know…the Bible says in Proverbs 28:1, “the wicked run when no one is chasing them.”. So, I’m going to be obedient to the word…yeah…that’s my story, and I’m sticking to it. Hope you have a nice day with I wanted to go jogging but proverbs 28:1 shirt.
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I was thinking about taking up running as part of my rehab from the heart surgery when my pastor pointed out Sunday Proverbs 28:1 “The wicked run when no one is chasing them… ” WHEW! That was a close one. I’m considering weight lifting but decided to wait for next week’s sermon just in case. I Know I’m not cute enoof. But my heart is beautiful
And the Beauty in me cnt be Compared. I wanted to go for jogging this morning. Anybody can be good to someone that’s been good to them, but when you can be good to somebody that’s done you wrong, you’re an exceptional person. You’re someone that Allah swt can entrust with greatness. He can use you for His highest purposes.
Be a good person
Listening to customers being rude to service staff is like fingernails going down on a blackboard. It’s the ‘I know they can’t speak back to me so I can speak how I like’ abuse of power mentality. You’re not supposed to judge someone based on first impressions, but this is definitely the exception. As the old poster goes: “If someone is nice to you but rude to the waiter, they are not a nice person.”. Be a good Person but don’t waste ur time trying to prove it. People will come and go in life but the right ones will always stay. Let’s this shirt, I wanted to go jogging but proverbs 28:1 shirt.
How to not be a wicked
I want to be a good person, a good friend, but I don’t have time for games. I can’t spend my few free hours on “friends” who only call when they need something or are passive aggressive when we have a misunderstanding. And I don’t want to worry about every word that comes out of my mouth or getting judged on my every move. And I don’t want to compete with other women, in how we look, or parent, or by the success of our kids. You probably think you’re a pretty nice person when it comes to making comments online, but research indicates anyone can act like a troll under the right circumstances—even you. Thank for your support.