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 Category:  Spiritual Non-Fiction
  Posted: January 4, 2021      Views: 10

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I am a 81 year old man, married to the same woman for 60 years. I have worked at a variety of jobs, but my major work has been Pastoring Interdependent Baptist Churches for over 35 years. My wife Peggy and I have been blessed to have reared four chil - more...

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Every Emotional Action Has Consequences
"Every Action Has a Reaction" by GE Parson

Every Emotional Action Has Consequences
Either Good or Bad

Two men of different blood,
Enemies of each other, were fighting,
A third man, friend of one,
Entered the fight, killed the enemy man,

Next day, the killer man saw two men
Of same blood fighting each other.
Killer man attempted to intervene,
But was rejected "Are you going to kill
me like you did yesterday?

These words frightened the killer man,
Who fled from the area, into a foreign place.
Killer man was the adopted son of a powerful king. He was in a position to inherit power and great riches,

Who fled into a strange country, leaving behind Great wealth, power and world wide _prestige.

One thoughtless emotional actions consequences
Was yanked from killer adopted son, of great
riches and unlimited world wide power and prestige

Yes my reader friend, always keep in mind
The consequences, of your actions, words and thoughts.
"Think them thru before you do"
"Look before you leap"
"Plan before you build"
"Read instructions before construction"
"Plan your route before you trout"

Always remember, for every action
There is a reaction.
- by G. E. Parson

Author Notes
This true story is about Moses of Exodus 2:1-15
Moses had a very wealthy and powerful inheritance, but through just one emotional thoughtless action, he lost it all.

what is really sad about this, I fear many a good person, because of one thoughtless decision or action cost them their life before they trusted in Jesus Christ as personal Savior are now suffering in torment forever and ever.
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