Do I Practice What I Preach?
Preaching I can't obey is different than preaching to disobey.
I preach I can't fully obey God.
I shouldn't practice what I preach when I'm wrong:
- I've preached lies before. The only human that didn't preach (sincerely proclaim) a lie was Jesus Christ.
- Admitting I've lied in my life is different than preaching to lie.
I practice what I preach to these measures:
- I preach I disobey God... I'm a human sinner, it's a practice (more than every split second).
I preach I'm unable to stop being a sinner (more than every split second).
I preach I can't have everything God requires and demands in this life, ever.
- I preach I'm never perfect.
God requires perfection, I preach I never obey this.
Preaching I'm imperfect is different than preaching to be imperfect.
- On saving.love, I don't preach if others deserve Hell and/or the Lake of Fire.
On saving.love I preach I'm entitled to deserve Hell and the Lake of Fire based on my actions and false judgements.
- I preach I know God to this measure: The Trinity's infinite knowledge compared to mine.
I basically don't know God at all in comparison.
Our knowledge is: we know him if we keep/obey his commandments. (1 John 2:3)