Cutting Off Bad Ties

So I’ve decided it’s time to move on…

I am done just sitting and pretending like I’m doing the right thing by waiting on relented love… In other words waiting on someone who doesn’t know God to love me. If they don’t know God, how can they love?

I guess the point is that I love everyone regardless of the way they have treated me, ignored me, stolen from me or even lied about me etc, but I want fellowship with people who put God first.

So to love and to be shown love in Gods way is how I’m choosing to live from this moment forward…

Don’t get me wrong I don’t live in a fantasy world and I do understand that there are all kinds of people and spirits in this world that are going to persecute Christians but I believe God overpowers all those dark forces. Therefore he wins every single time.

The point is that I haven’t changed and I have honestly forgiven all their sins against me but from this moment forth I choose to actively apply Godly discernment…

It might hurt, appear wrong or even seem like I’m doing something wrong but it’s more important to be pleasing to God rather than man.

The truth is those people that continuously treat me bad are against me and since God is saying that it is time to move on then it’s time to move on. “If God be for me who dare be against me?”

In other words some people are obviously not the right people to consider to be friends. There was even a point when Jesus called the disciples his friends but that took time and patience.

“By their fruit you will know them.”

If it’s in the Lords plans for me to have friendship with those people that I have to let go of then he will reveal that to me.

Move Ahead in Faith. God Bless.

My God keep me and you and help those that I had to let go of today in Jesus name. Amen.

Jury Member Claims Zimmerman: Shouldn’t Have Been There

Updated: 5:30PM, Tuesday July 16, 2013
By joyfilledwords

One in the car and the other on foot, with unanswered questions racing through the minds… There is a frantic 911 phone call made at 12:20 p.m.. Two people, no real exchange of clear verbal communication; then they have a non-verbal altercation between a Victim and his Aggressor.

In the wet grass with tensions flaring, an adrenaline rush and then someone screams for Help…! There’s blood on the pavement and someone is killed…

Now the court wonders, “Who is the victim? Who is the aggressor?” The decision is placed in the jurors hands…

On July 14, 2013 George Zimmerman faced a second-degree murder charge for the death of young Travon Martin in Sanford, Florida. Accordingly, the court ruled in Zimmerman’s favor and acquitted him of all allegations. Declaring that Zimmerman was under proper sanction of Florida’s self-defense law, “Stand your Ground.”

Since then, late night TV host Anderson Cooper has interviewed the first undisclosed jury member B37. The juror, who was interviewed by Anderson in the dark, admitted that the Zimmerman –the former neighborhood watch volunteer– was “guilty of not using good judgment and when he called 911 he shouldn’t have gotten out of that car.” During the interview Anderson proceeded on to ask the question, “Is Zimmerman someone you would like to have on your neighborhood watch in your community? Her response, “If he didn’t go to far.” And admits “he just didn’t stop at the limitations he should have stopped at.”

As the interview continued the unnamed juror used these words to explain her sentiment about Zimmerman, “I thought his heart was in the right place.”

When asked by Anderson “based on the testimony you heard, do you believe that Travon Martin was the aggressor?” Her response was, “I think the roles changed. I think George got in a little to deep, which he shouldn’t have been there; but Travon decided that he wasn’t going to let him scare him and get the one-over, up-on-him, or something. And I think Travon got mad an attacked him.”

She also feels that Zimmerman “feared for his life.”

Overall this undisclosed jury member, described that Zimmerman aggressively stood his ground which led to a default reaction.

Post-trial there are still many spectators unsatisfied with the jury’s decision who are awaiting an appeal that are left pondering the question, “Was it also Travon Martin’s right to stand his ground?”