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We are so quick to blame GOD!

Updated: Feb 5, 2020

God can't act out of His Character, He is Immutable: This simply means that God never changes. It is why the Bible says, "Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever."

God is a Sovereign God; it makes Him absolutely free to do what He knows to be best. God is in control of everything that happens. Man still has a free will, and is responsible for his choices in life.

That's why there is so much sin, so much death and so much sickness in this world.

God could have done something; God could have stop it. NO!

Things happen in our lives, because we live in a fallen world, and if we aren't careful we may fall in that same line of thinking as the world. It may be a cause for a Root of Bitterness to develop towards God.

Carrying a Root of Bitterness will destroy you.

Satan uses depression as a tools to take Christians out of the will of God. Depression can affect your view of God, and destroy inter most joy. It is impossible to live a Spirit-filled life without the fruits of the Spirit; joy, love, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Not only that, but anger can also lead to other negative emotions like hate, hopelessness, uselessness and overall sadness.

Bitterness (Anger) also affects you physically, where your demeanor changes, your looks change, you age faster and can also lead to other health issues such as:

· A weaken immune system

· Headaches

· Problems with digestion

· Insomnia

· Fatigue

· Hair loss

· Increased anxiety

· High blood pressure

· Skin problems, such as eczema

· Strokes

· A study from Washington State University found that people over the age of 50 who express their anger by lashing out are more likely to have calcium deposits in their arteries an indication that you're at a high risk for a heart attack.

You can be sick and not be bitter, but if you have been bitter for a long time you will get sick from all that bitterness. Not only does Bitterness affect you spiritually but also physically.

A person with a root of bitterness thinks that by changing their environment, their workplace, their Church or their relationship they think everything will get better, but because they haven't dealt with that root of bitterness that root of bitterness will follow them everywhere they go.

God Bless, Israel

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