Friday, July 17, 2015

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Nicole Page-Smith


God seemed to want to give us an idea of the pitfalls of being a human being and this is why God has informed our heart about Evil and the "Seven deadly Sins". We somehow feel satisfied as human beings with the "Seven deadly Sins" equalling such things as: wrath, greed, sloth, pride, lust, envy and gluttony, like we have a good meal of ourselves, and all mentioned turn us to Sin. The heart is a complex philosophy. The toad of the frog is our avarice or greed, the snail of the worm is our sleepy old sloth, our peacock is our pride, we are as gluttonous as pigs, the snake of the pit is our envy, lust has a goats head and wrath is the lion. We are riding the whore of our knowledge, here, as we take life to heart. The Seven deadly Sins do suggest the pitfalls of man or Sin. It is no Sin to be a human being. God needs to take us to Heaven for reflecting the seven angels in Heaven. The heart knows no Sin but man knows no love when he is tempted by Evil. Nature is there for us to love.