Under Gods Command 

Proverbs 28:18 He whose walk is blameless is kept safe, but he whose ways are perverse will suddenly fall.   

Who can save you from falling? God! But He does so by your choices today. If you live a godly and righteous life, He will protect you and prosper you. But if you choose to follow this perverse world and live like them, He will justly leave you to certain destruction.

You are making decisions today that determine how soon you will fall and ruin your life. If you walk wisely according to the words of truth in the Bible, you will be saved from falling and destroying your life. But if you choose to be contrary and rebellious, no one is going to get hurt but you. God and Solomon have already guaranteed your coming ruin.

Walking uprightly is living a lifestyle of godliness, righteousness, and wisdom. Those who do so are the great and noble men of the world, and they are blessed and favored by God and men (Pr 11:5-6; 28:6; Ps 84:11).

Foolish men stumble through life, because they cannot see – their foolish hearts have no light, and they reject the light of Scripture (Pr 4:19) and nature (Rom 1:18-32). But the path of the just is like a sunrise: good and honest men see more and more clearly as they pass through life – missing potholes, pitfalls, and chasms that others fall into (Pr 4:18).

But the best is last! Those who walk uprightly will be saved in the great Day of Judgment unto eternal life, for their good works are the evidence and proof they are God’s elect (II Pet 1:5-11; I Thess 1:2-4; I Tim 6:17-19)! But those that are perverse in their ways shall be cast by God into the lake of fire for eternity (Rev 20:11-15). What a fall that will be!

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