Seriously what did I do that was wrong?

Seriously what did I do that was wrong? Topic: Seriously what did I do that was wrong?
June 24, 2019 / By Vonnie
Question: Yo I don't get people when I grow up my family is going to be a pacifist household and it will be a rule you can't yell. I don't care what people think there is always a logical way to handle things God doesn't make people angry. Please tell me what I have done wrong I've practically been great all day despite the fact I slept when I got cause I was tired. Well, I have homework for tommorow but I been putting it off so I decide to do it at 10 o clock okay..Dad comes home instigates my case every single time what is your grade why don't you have your work done I don't have it done I'm goona work on it. Uhmm it's as if the spawn of the devil just outbreak oh my gosh like started flipped out and breaking things and uhmmm last time I checked I haven't been sinning all day I even got temptation to look at porn and resisted and now God calls me out for one thing I didn't do all day even though I been good for everything else..but yeah it was literally 5 minutes and I was goona work on it..I just don't get it does God cause people to flip out like they were the spawn of the devil? Now he just sped off in his truck..but I stayed all calm told him the truth so what did I do wrong? By the way the devils goona have to try harder then that to make me cry LOL I totally agree with the first answer especially when you can discern God's will and your house cannot be burned down cause it's brick now tell that doesnt tempt him to attack you lol Yeah it was satan surely if it was the wrath of God I would still be in stand for correction until I repented and it didn't get to the point he sped off so obviously it was the devil cause the devil was like alright I can't annoy Dylan I gotta flee lol
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Shantae Shantae | 8 days ago
Well, what are your grades? Maybe Dad is frustrated with you not getting the importance of school to your future well being. Dad's are in charge of holding the vision for you, for a life well lived. He only has one of you, you know. Is he going about it right? I don't know, it certainly sound ineffective. On the other hand, aren't you punishing him a little yourself? Communication without making him wrong is the key. Look for where you are responsible for the situation, and remedy that. Good luck. God has *nothing* to do with it.
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Shantae Originally Answered: am i in the wrong with my mom?
First of all, no, I don't think you're overreacting, especially since you TRIED to address the issue directly with her and she refused. Did you feel she was specifically annoyed by something liberal you said/did, or was that more just background info? To me she sounds like maybe she was having some problem generally and maxed out, so you and everybody else seemed annoying to her-- did she snap at any other family members or grocery store checkers or anything? Some people are really terrible at filtering when they're upset, and maybe it had little to do with you, and you were just the target of the moment. Unfortunate. OR in terms of disorganization, I also wonder if she has some mom guilt about "not raising you right" and teaching you to clean up or be on time or whatever she perceives as a fault. I'm the oldest of 4 girls, and often felt like my mom beamed her guilt onto us, feeling ashamed when my sister dyed her hair or one of us didn't go to church, anything like that. I've had many conversations with her about how we are SEPARATE individuals and that she doesn't have to agree with what I do, but I would ask that she respect it. When I was in college and finally off their health insurance and had paid back a small loan I had borrowed, it was so freeing to not be connected to my folks in terms of them needing to feel responsible for me. (I'm 35 now, 3 young girls of my own... and I would say relatively speaking I've always had an ok relationship with my mom, but it's certainly better since I'm an adult and we have some distance. She still disapproves of some of my choices, though! :)) It sounds like you're doing the right thing in terms of being away at school and doing your best to live up to your own responsibilities and priorities-- so it may just be that you'll have to get used to "never being good enough" and allow that to be just Mom's problem instead of it becoming your own and trying to prove anything to her. I'd write her a letter, honestly, saying many of the same things you just said above, and that you love her and miss her and hope that now as you get older you can still find ways to be together and enjoy each other's company EVEN if one of you is a liberal slob and the other a conservative neatnik, or however you want to word it, :)! Be loving, not defensive, but stand your ground. Because when it comes right down to it, you need to deal with your own messiness or your own mistakes, and you'll learn from them... and she needs to please allow you to do that. Mom-daughter relationships are just plain challenging. Find some other girls to vent with- bet many in the dorm are having the same things going on, :). Good luck to you, and hang in there. It gets better later, usually! :)

Oriane Oriane
This might help 1) Grow in the love of the Lord and find help in the time of need, by searching the scriptures, praying with believers, and remaining in God's will. 2) God’s plan cannot be thwarted. Job 42:1-2; Proverbs 21:30; Isaiah 8:10, 13; Isaiah 14:27; Acts 23:16-22; Acts 23:11 3) Understanding God's Will by studying Jeremiah's Prison Ministry Jeremiah 32:1-44. 4) God uses every circumstance for believers and unbelievers, to accomplish his will. Prov. 2:1-6; John 16:14-15; Isa.14:24-27; 2 Cor. 4:3-4; Eph. 2:1-2; Col. 2:13; 1 Cor. 2:14; John 8:31-47; John 2:25; Luke 22:1-2; Prov. 16:4; Luke 4:13; Luke 22:3-5; Gen. 37:18-20; Gen. 37:25; Gen. 37:26-27; Prov. 19:21; Prov. 16:9; Psalm 105: 11-15; Ex. 34:23-24; John 7:30; John 8:20;Genesis 15:12-16;John 19:11;Acts 2:23;Ex. 1:8-11; Prov 21:1; Ex. 14:4, 31; Josh. 11:19-20; Isa. 10:5-6; Isa. 10:7; Isa. 10:15; Genesis 39:21; Ezra 1:1; Neh. 2:8; James 1:5; 1 Cor. 2:15; Eph. 1:17-19; Luke 22:31-32; Numbers 22:22-35 5) Bible verses on overcoming uncertainty .Philippians 4:6-7; 1 Peter 5:7; Hebrews 11:6; Matthew 6:25-34; Psalm 121:3-8; Psalm 55:22; Hebrews 10:35 6) Pray for believers and persecuted Christians 1 Tim 2:1-4 Be in touch with the suffering believers, send them cards with your prayers in it, of hope and peace. People, who were misplaced, by persecution, should be helped by Christians, and they in turn may help and pray for the people, who are still there.
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Makenna Makenna
You have to look at this situation from your father's point of view. He wants you to have your homework done at a reasonable time because 1) it needs to be done; 2) the earlier you start, the more time you have to work on it and give it your full time and attention; 3) if you work on it late at night, you get less sleep which in turn makes you come home and nap instead of doing what you should be doing. He only gets on your case about this kind of stuff because he cares about you. I know at your age it's difficult to consider his feelings instead of just focusing on yours, but his concern is purely in your interest. God doesn't make people angry. He gave us free will, so our reactions to various stimuli are strictly our own responsibility. Consider your own actions and how they resulted in your father's anger. Do your homework at a reasonable hour, go to sleep at night. You'll find that both of you are happier.
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Kierra Kierra
keep ur cool just like u did. we dont know why everything happens but we do know that jesus was spit on, whipped, beaten beyond belief and He didnt flip out on anyone. continue to follow his example. keep fighting the good fight. pray about these things, god brings peace through the holy spirit.try not to get worked up about it. it only pleases the devil. he comes to kill ,steal , and destroy. seems like hes trying to destroy your relationship with your dad.. dont let it happen.
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Jami Jami
i could choose to have a particular burger. what's particular approximately it i ask your self? LOL. i like to call issues stupid as quickly as I get mad at them. This stupid laptop, stupid homestead, or stupid motor vehicle. each thing is stupid at my homestead so if I consume a burger this is stupid too if this is making me mad. final nighttime I have been given beat up with the aid of a shower caddy attempting to place it jointly. this is stupid too! this is nevertheless laying interior the bathe because of the fact i'm too mad to handle it! with the aid of the way, I basically observed the value of that stupid burger. It greater effectual contain fries and a drink is all i'm able to assert! I basically found out I called that burger stupid and did no longer even comprehend it until eventually I went back and study this question. See, I advised you each thing grow to be stupid, inclusive of me, and that i'm happy with that fact.
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Jami Originally Answered: Am i right?.or wrong? help please!?
Yes, but they usually give you their own topic, usually asks why you want to go there and what credentials do you have and what not. But don't worry about, yet. Although keep everything that you do which is beneficial and get documents from your teachers proving it, so when the time comes you can make your portfolio and thats needed also when applying for university. Good Luck.
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