" Believers are often betrayers of their own beliefs "
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  1. GoldenPig2012

    Yes, it happens. Theory is always easier than practical application.

    October 30, 2014
    1. keepingitreal_13

      Very true. I hear people " pop off " about their faith and god however during their practice in living their everyday lives i look at then and think " WTF ".
      Can you say the word " HYPOCRITES " ?

      October 30, 2014
      1. GoldenPig2012

        Well, “hypocrite” would fit if they expected others to do it and not them. I’ve failed to do what I KNOW I should be doing, yep, SURPRISE, sure have. It isn’t that I don’t think I have to or that my decision was better than the faith I follow, nope, I just didn’t do it, call it weakness, failure, dumber than a box of rocks, they’d all fit, but, hypocritical? I’d sure hate to think so, but, then again, may hypocrites don’t recognize it and I’m…………….wait, nope, I just failed.

        October 30, 2014
        1. keepingitreal_13

          There are two types of hypocrites in my opinion. Ones that believe one thing yet does another but keeps it to themselves. Those i can barely tolerate. The others are those that have no trouble voicing their beliefs to anyone that can’t escape them yet in their public life do the direct opposite. We are often exposed to those kinds of people in here. One only has to read some posts about religious topics to get a taste of those types of people. In some case’s they appear in the other sections as well. People that profess to be god fearing and god loving yet are the most two faced hypocrites around.

          October 30, 2014