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These six things doth the LORD hate: yea, seven are an abomination unto him: A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, An heart that deviseth wicked imaginations, feet that be swift in running to mischief, A false witness that speaketh lies, and he that soweth discord among brethren”. Prov 6:16-19 A naughty person, a wicked man, walketh with a froward mouth even the simple fall into destruction. Revelling (Uproar/Boisterous), to take great pleasure or delight lacking self-control becoming loud, noisy or causing a disruption lacking restraint or discipline, to speak wildly, irrationally, or unruly with others Drunkenness (Enchant/Hypnosis), having judgment impaired by taking something in excess, strong drink, to dominate the mind, given to slumber, to stupefy mentally or emotionally, ravish, bewitch Unruly (Wayward/Disorderly), extreme or excessive uproar, unrestrained high spirits, rambunctious, hell-raising, fierce, uncontrolled rampant wild behavior, rowdy, riotous, lawless, reckless, unbridled Sodomy (Molest/Capture), interfere with one’s thinking through subtle approach or dogma that distorts the free nature or will of a person, brainwash, attack w/an intention of assaulting to make one subject to your control, mind control, subliminal messages to manipulate or inflict pain for dishonest gain Slave (Bondservant/Bondage), one who is subject to beliefs and values through repeated instruction, indoctrinate, to give your will over to another being bound to another’s will, servant of entrapment Rebellion (Sedition/Witchcraft), conduct or language inciting rebellion against established authority even to cause riots, an offense to undermine authority, revolt, to provoke or urge on a public disorder Heresy (Variance/Discord), an opinion or doctrine contrary to established beliefs, a difference between what is expected and what actually occurs, not in accord; departing from common interest Hatred (Animosity/Enmity), a feeling of intense dislike, enmity, something boiling in your heart, something burning on fire in your mind that cannot be quenched, an enemy in opposition to love Emulation (Strive/Rival), to equal or excel through imitation, an agenda to aspire impersonation, desire to take on another mindset or character, to lust for one’s vigor or selfseeking interest, even jealousy Jealously (Envy/Covet), to wish or crave long for something that is another’s, fear of being displaced by a rival, resent success, advantages, possessions and etc. of others, vigilant in guarding what is not yours
bully. roguishly. something that is to be despised. a simpleton not learning from mistakes. to suffer torment as a result of death. a person who entertain strange things even unawares. a desire to inflict harm. to crave or covet something in heart. to end time of one’s life. dictator Humiliate (Diminish/Discredit). pimp. temporal Maliciousness (Vicious/Mischievous). to reject. to destroy one’s soul. take away life force or spirit. hunter or fowler for prey Afflict (Oppress/Coerce). given to or expressing lust. vulgarity Scorn (Condemn/Scoff). overbearing person who habitually badgers and intimidates smaller or weaker people. an inordinate opinion of one's own dignity. wantonness Pride (Presumptuous/Lofty). or deep seated meanness. strange behavior used to humiliate oneself or others in laughter. sarcasm. uncontrolled or elicit pleasure to oneself. extreme or explosive anger Confusion (Dissension/Confound). injury. to cause to make small even their belief Lasciviousness (Reproach/Lewd). enslave ex. filthy mind. criticism. annoyer. lack of patience and humility. fleshly. a person of poor judgment or little intelligence. to ridicule with intent to discredit a person. Murder (Kill. to move with great violence like unto a storm. less valuable or important than it really is. to kill the guiltless. lack of caring displayed in character. without dignity of heart all is worthless anything goes at any cost imaginable. unchaste. violent uncontrolled anger. persecutor. unable to come to reasonable terms due to selfrighteousness . to cause depression or worry. Slay). tension or strife from disagreement. excessive indulgence. lecherous. to entice by breaking the law lacking care of consequences. to sow discord. the shedding of innocent blood. disturbance of peace or freedom of belief expressed with an agenda of distortion Vile (Crud/Gruesome) morally corrupt as in lawless. evil intent to cause suffering of another.Curses are the Beginning of Destroying Mankind Rage (Fury/Madness). to cause to feel embarrassment. impure in deed being naughty in heart. evil intent to cut the heart to wound it Lust (Greed/Lewd/Itch). a proud look outwardly expressed. to reflect credit upon oneself. sensual. ill-will. to crush freewill. to speak or act with incensed anger (irate). to despise one’s belief. refuse or ignore with contempt. hate expressed as a result of indifference due to a more involved feeling of disapproval. scandalous. carnal. lustful. slyly teasing. to cause one to be unable to think with clarity. reproach. Fool (Jester/Trickster). to belittle one’s feeling as to make them unimportant in the presence of others or their ideas. dishonorable indeed. glutton. pusher. not able to be content. to throw off. intense desire to have something. knavishly causing annoyance. shameless. erotic. mistake for another. unclean.
fighting. control. insolent. unloyal Strife (Quarrel/Variance). griping. unwilling to forgive due to heavy burden or mental weight caused by stress (carrying excess baggage) Worry (Fret. or kicking. boasting. to take secretly or artfully as a devised scheme. animosity. broken-down. cheat. out of gas. ill will. enmity. turmoil. treacherous. low-spirited Vengeance (Variance/Revenge). prowl or ransack for goods Weary (Hurt/ Depressed). unfaithful. bickering Bold (Presumptuous/Fearless). squabble.Curses are the Beginning of Destroying Mankind Vanity (Selfish/Arrogance). grudge. permission. dupe. betray. competition or rivalry. contention. hardness of heart Beguile (Manipulate/Seduce). self centered Guile (Deceit/Lie). impatient. altercation. embezzle. unfair. reverence or devotion. commotion Grudge (Grievance/Resentment). dislike towards another. to be unwilling to give or admit : give or allow reluctantly or bitterness. hoodwink. hands that craftily shed innocent blood by deception. a harmful action against a person or group in response to a grievance. or discontent. animosity. conflict. preoccupied with self. having a skillful manner to deceive by wiles. argument. religious worship of pictures. excessive or blind adoration. or disturb something repeatedly. bluff Murmur (Complain/Gripe). spiritless. unrest. nagging. to undergo anxiety or mental or emotional distress. vainglory. controversy. or insidious means for dishonest gain. pain. pet peeve. to become tired or burn out. hold for ransom. agitation. unashamed . snare. self love. to bear false witness. spite. self worship. to speak falsely or to utter untruth. peacebreaker. dejected. bitter conduct or discord. haughty. dissension. trouble. petered out. plunder. exhausted. proceeding from undue haste or lack of deliberation or caution lacking modesty (humility) having disregard for others. to cause stress. to falsely accuse another in a charge. deception. loot. scam. or play upon by artful. to express grief. betray. to experience moan. a struggle or battle between people. drained. conceit. ego trip. fuss. faint of heart. falling-out. showing off. images . flimflam. one who is overbearing. to mutter in discontent from gall. fagged. afflict distress. malice. to prove or imply the falsity of. irritate. run-down. to manage. fatigued. bad blood in heart. dishonesty. to take the property of another without right. or other material objects representing a deity. disagreement Idolatry (Fetish/Avatar). punishment inflicted as payback for an injury or offense. Annoy). even human sacrifices Steal (Pillage/Shoplift). out for number one. ruckus. to engage the interest of by guile. narcissism. wrapped up in one’s self. arrogant. exploit. relics.
in spite of good arguments or reasons. to challenge another with insult of heart. resist or pay no attention to. to infringe upon. loss of the soul. render null and void Blind (Darkness/Groping). a person who is unwilling to commit to an opinion about something. dishearten. to expose to danger or risk. taunt. contradict Stubborn (Stiff-Necked/Hard-Headed). unyielding. babble. to induce feelings of discouragement in blocking one’s endeavor. to be hesitant or suspect. wisecrack. foil. agnostic Dumb (Stupid/Simple). halt.a state of final spiritual ruin. a goner in despair. consciousness. dash one’s hope. utter destruction or ruin. A state of eternal punishment and damnation into which a sinful and unpenitent person (shameless nor regret) passes after death. unable or unwilling to discern or judge. derision. having or showing headstrong determination not to change one's attitude or position on something. lacking interest or point. a sharp and often satirical or ironic utterance designed to cut or give pain. slow of heart or mind. mulish. unquestioning Gossip (Hearsay/Rumor). insinuate. the act of disgrace or harm to another’s reputation. to make ineffectual or bring to nothing. bottomless pit. or willy-nilly that becomes the snare of the victim. no knowledge of restriction or guidance. violates or disregards rules. to make counterfeit of something or make-believe to others Disobedience (Defy/Transgress). nether world. especially: having no means of self-propulsion Mock (Scorn/Sarcasm). failure or refusal to obey rules or someone in authority. given to unintelligent or carless manner. damnation. not susceptible to remedy or cure feeling useless. slander of character. to lack confidence in something. rigid. strain in hardship. idle talk. to put down. meddling of affairs. give no heed nor listen to instruction. difficult to move. weary load. having no expectation of good or success. to carry deadweight. abaddon. tell secrets. lacking some usual attribute or accompaniment. place of torment w/fire and brimstone. sham. thorn in one’s side . unachievable. talk about others. adamant. having no regard to rational discrimination. to refuse or fail to follow an order or rule. distrust. to question with uncertainty. spill the beans.Curses are the Beginning of Destroying Mankind Ignorance (Carless/Unconcern). ball and chain. to go against. self-willed Perdition (Abyss/Hades). shot down to lost. or cure. remove. underworld. talebearer Doubt (Unbelief/Fear). condemnation. to comeback with ridicule. jeopardize one’s life suddenly from slipshod. hold up. surrender to unknown Hopeless (Lowly/Sad). unreasonable. esp. no heed. no path for the less fortunate Frustrate (Hinder/Disappoint). roast. destitute of vision. a heavy grievance of sorrow one becomes indebted to such size as a millstone. everlasting fire Burden (Blame/Stress). some chance.
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