I have the right – The sinner’s bill of rights

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I have the right - Sinners bill of rights

The sinner bill of rights

I have the right!

How many times have those words come out of your mouth? We as human beings are constantly demanding our rights.  Think about it. Most irritation, frustration and anger is caused by an infringment of what we consider to be our God given rights. I have the right to  peace and quiet!  I have the right to be respected, the list goes on.

The bible however does not grant rights to every person indiscriminately. Thus the tention in the life of a sinner.  The sinner strives to establish rights that God has not given him. They are unspoken many times and they are ridiculous.  Here they are.

I have the right

  1. I have the right to be happy at all times and if anyone gets in the way of my happiness, I will sue him or her.
  2. I have the right to everyone’s universal and unconditional respect at all times.
  3. I have the right to make mistakes without anyone calling it to my attention or attempting to correct me. After all, nobody is perfect.
  4. I have the right to judge the motives of others but nobody ever has the right to judge my motives or think badly of me.
  5. I have the right to break any commitment that I deem unnecessary and inconvenient for me to keep, but no one has the right to break any commitment with me.
  6. I have the right to be forgiven, as many times as necessary but if I do not want to forgive someone, no one has the right to think less of me for it.
  7. I have the right to forget anything that I don’t judge important or that I can’t remember without being injured or harmed in any way because of my forgetfulness.
  8. I have the right to impose my choice and preference in any decision made ​​within any group that I choose to join without having to hear any expression of displeasure from any of the other members.
  9. I have the right to choose anyone to be my friend regardless of his or her interest in being my friend.
  10. I have the right to add any and as many additional rights to this list that I want whenever I want.



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