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Iniquity and Infidelity, the Destroyers of Man: Black and White Edition Melissa Smith

Iniquity and Infidelity, the Destroyers of Man: Black and White Edition

Melissa Smith

Published October 1st 2012
ISBN : 9781480096622
Paperback
154 pages
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Keep a sure watch over a shameless daughter, lest at any time she make thee become a laughing stock to thy enemies, and a by word in the city, and a reproach among the people, and she make thee ashamed before all the multitude. Behold notMoreKeep a sure watch over a shameless daughter, lest at any time she make thee become a laughing stock to thy enemies, and a by word in the city, and a reproach among the people, and she make thee ashamed before all the multitude. Behold not everybodys beauty and tarry not among women. For from garments cometh a moth, and from a woman the iniquity of a man. Yeshua Ben Sira, Ch. 42 Verses 11-13 INTRODUCTION Throughout the ages, on every continent, among every people of the Earth infidelity and sex have been at the center of most major travesties that have been the corruptor of people and the destroyer of nations. Infidelity and iniquity partnered together is much like having been diagnosed with a terminal illness for you, your family and love ones. Like the diagnosis given, it is oftentimes received in fear of ones physical mortality and death. Per Websters 1828 Dictionary, infidelity is defined as the following: INFIDELITY, noun 1. In general, want of faith or belief- a withholding of credit. 2. Disbelief of the inspiration of the Scriptures, or the divine original of christianity- unbelief. 3. Unfaithfulness, particularly in married persons- a violation of the marriage covenant by adultery or lewdness. 4. Breach of trust- treachery- deceit- as the infidelity of a friend or a servant. In this sense, unfaithfulness is most used. The etymology of the word, infidelity requires a further examination of infidel and its meaning. From the same dictionary, Websters 1828 Dictionary, infidel is defined as the following: INFIDEL, a. Unbelieving- disbelieving the inspiration of the Scriptures, or the divine institution of christianity. The infidel writer is a great enemy to society. INFIDEL, n. One who disbelieves the inspiration of the Scriptures, and the divine origin of christianity. INIQUITY, n 1. Injustice- unrighteousness- a deviation from rectitude- as the iniquity of war- the iniquity of the slave trade. 2. Want of rectitude in principle- as a malicious prosecution originating in the iniquity of the author. 3. A particular deviation from rectitude- a sin or crime- wickedness- any act of injustice. 4. Original want of holiness or depravity. Finally, the ending, ity requires defining: ITY, suffix meaning the character, state or condition of being In this case, the illness is two-fold, iniquity and infidelity. For many, it is only when the medical condition is known that all avenues of treatment are sought. Success in treatment resulting in a complete cure and remission of the disease does not come to all. The goal of this work is to assist you in recognizing the affects on your personal, physical, financial and spiritual life by the destroyer infidelity and its partner infidelity that they be easily avoided. May your wisdom be increased for the betterment of your life. Rev. Melissa Smith WEAPONS You have been presented with the premise that iniquity partnered with infidelity is an enemy to man in essence, to you. In order to know just how this is so, let us take a look at the definition of the word, enemy. Again referencing the 1828 Websters Dictionary, the meaning of enemy: ENEMY, n. 1. A foe, an adversary. A private enemy is one who hates another and wishes him injury, or attempts to do him injury to gratify his own ill will. A public enemy or foe, is one who belongs to a nation or party, at war with another. 2. One who hates or dislikes. Over 2,000 years ago, in two ancient scrolls collected and hidden from man, the Gospel of Peace and the Gospel of the Holy Twelve were the instructions and teachings of Christ that included the following commandment: To abstain from any food or drink that disrupted your health or senses. Wines, liquors, spirits easily available throughout the Earth all have been created, mixed together and administered to men and women alike with the same end results of promiscuity, fornication, adultery, infidel behavior, violence an