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Welcome to "4 Conditions of Blessings"

The True Meanings of 4 Conditions of Blessings "The True Meanings of 4 Conditions of Blessings"

There is so much God wants to give His people, there is so many things you just couldn't even count that He has for all those who will walk with Him and heed to and adhere to, trusting in Him and all he can and will do for His people.

Many people think that they can just get what they can get on their own but, 9 times out of 10 it's all in the wrong way or manner. I have something listed below that will help you better understand the "True Meanings of 4 Conditions of Blessings" so I do pray that this page also, helps you and that you can always come back here to read again, or you can print it out!

4 Conditions of Blessings


Colossians 1:22,23




  1. Continue in Faith

  2. Continue grounded in the Faith

  3. Continue settled in the faith

  4. Be NOT moved away from Hope






Hope of eternal life


Acts 23:6, Rom 8:21-25, Col 1:27, Tit 1:2 2:13 3:7, Heb 3:6, 1 Pet 1;5-13




6 Classes To Honor






  1. Fathers

  2. Mothers

  3. Others

  4. Widows Indeed

  5. All Men

  6. Kings- Rulers


  • Luke 18:20, Eph 6:2

  • Matt. 19:19, Mark 10:19

  • Romans 12:10

  • 1Tim 5:3

  • 1Pet. 2:17

  • 1Pet. 2:17




6 Things To lay Aside






  1. Wickedness

  2. All Malice

  3. All Guile

  4. All Hypocrisies

  5. All Envies

  6. All Evil Speaking


  • James 1:21

  • 1Pet 2:1

  • 1Pet 2:1

  • 1Pet 2:1

  • 1Pet 2:1

  • 1Pet 2:1




The True Meanings of the Above Actions

Wickedness : morally bad in principle or practice the wicked mischievous or roguish, esp in a playful way: a wicked grin causing injury or harm troublesome, unpleasant, or offensive

Malice: desire to inflict injury, harm, or suffering on another, either because of a hostile impulse or out of deep-seated meanness: the malice and spite of a lifelong enemy. ill will, spite, spitefulness; animosity, enmity; malevolence; venom, hate, hatred; bitterness, rancor.

Guile: trickery, fraud, craft, clever or crafty character or behavior.

Hypocrises : a pretense of having a virtuous character, moral or religious beliefs or principles, etc., that one does not really possess. a pretense of having some desirable or publicly approved attitude. An act or instance of hypocrisy.

Envies: a feeling of discontent or covetousness with regard to another's advantages, success, possessions, etc. an object of envious feeling: Her intelligence made her the envy of her classmates. Obsolete. ill will. a feeling of grudging or somewhat admiring discontent aroused by the possessions, achievements, or qualities of another the desire to have for oneself something possessed by another; covetousness an object of envy. Or trying to be like someone and do what they do or know how to do because you want what they have.

Enviousness: Envy and jealousy are very close in meaning. Envy denotes a longing to possess something awarded to or achieved by another: to feel envy when a friend inherits a fortune. Jealousy on the other hand, denotes a feeling of resentment that another has gained something that one more rightfully deserves: to feel jealousy when a coworker receives a promotion.

Jealousy also refers to anguish caused by fear of unfaithfulness. Envy, begrudge, covet refer to one's attitude toward the possessions or attainments of others.

To envy is to feel resentful and unhappy because someone else possesses, or has achieved, what one wishes oneself to possess, or to have achieved: to envy the wealthy, a woman's beauty, an honest man's reputation.

To begrudge is to be unwilling that another should have the possessions, honors, or credit that person deserves: to begrudge a man a reward for heroism. To covet is to long jealously to possess what someone else possesses: I covet your silverware.

deception: dissimulation: Deceit, guile, hypocrisy, duplicity, fraud, trickery refer either to practices designed to mislead or to the qualities that produce those practices. Deceit is the quality that prompts intentional concealment or perversion of truth for the purpose of misleading: honest and without deceit.

The quality of guile leads to craftiness in the use of deceit: using guile and trickery to attain one's ends.

Hypocrisy is the pretense of possessing qualities of sincerity, goodness, devotion, etc.: It was sheer hypocrisy for him to go to church. Duplicity is the form of deceitfulness that leads one to give two impressions, either or both of which may be false: the duplicity of a spy working for two governments.

Fraud refers usually to the practice of subtle deceit or duplicity by which one may derive benefit at another's expense: an advertiser convicted of fraud. Trickery is the quality that leads to the use of tricks and habitual deception: notorious for his trickery in business deals.

Evil Speaking: is expressly forbidden (Titus 3:2; James 4:11), and severe punishments are denounced against it (1 Cor. 5:11; 6:10). It is spoken of also with abhorrence (Ps. 15:3; Prov. 18:6, 7), and is foreign to the whole Christian character and the example of Christ.

 Conditions of Blessings 2
1 Kings 2:4

When and how long did God bless the king of David's house? As long as they met the conditions laid down here. Even David was dealt with because of sin. 2 Samuel 11-18

Solomon, his son the second King of David's house , was blessed as long as he obeyed, but when he sinned judgment was pronounced upon him and his kingdom. 1 Kings 11:1-40

Rehoboam, the third King had his kingdom divided and 10 whole tribes and sin 1 Kings 12:1-24. And so it continued for the next 433 years following David.

One King after the other sinned and was judged, and in many cases, was cut off, until the whole nation was finally destroyed. 2 Kings 23:25 When the nation was restored it still continued in sin bring finally destroyed again in A.D.70.

From this it has never recovered. God will never bless Israel again with a King until they come to complete repentance. Zechariah 12:10, 13:1, Matthew 23:37-39, Acts 15:13-18, Romans 11:25-29


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