Wallowing In Wickedness

“The wicked are overthrown and are no more, But the house of the righteous will stand.”

Proverbs 12:7

The contrast between the wicked and the righteous found in this Proverb is obvious. On that great and awful Day, a final reckoning will occur when the Lord of heaven and earth lays down His final judgment and those who are found wallowing in wickedness will be overthrown and eternally condemned. While those who have taken their shelter in the household of Faith, in the covering of Christ, will stand with Him and enjoy His everlasting blessing forever more. Pray for God’s mercy upon your soul and the souls of others.

8 thoughts on “Wallowing In Wickedness

  1. If you need help with any SEO issues, let me know: such as Tags, Categories, Slug, ETC.,. If you are doing them correctly, I think you will get many more views because your posts are so beneficial and rewarding to read! 💕

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      1. Hi APL,

        Do you have ‘Tags’ and Categories set up? You should have no more than 15 Tags and Categories- combined in total- on each post.

        The Slug is the part of the post that search engines read to determine what your post is about.

        If your post title is: Love is a Splendid Thing, then your slug would look like this: love-splendid-thing (leaving out the minor words, such as: the, a, it, we, can, ETC.

        The slug is usually set automatically so you don’t have to be concerned with it. But, it you allow it to set itself up. It will leave in the minor words. I usually type in the slug manually so I can take out those useless words.

        The Meta Description is the two to three lines in your post that people and search engines usually see to size up what you are writing about. WordPress will put this is automatically for you, but sometimes I write the Meta Description myself so I can tailor it to add in important keywords.

        The title of your post is important because this is the first thing that people usually view, besides the featured photo. Therefore, it should contain any significant words that are the main subject of what your post is about.

        The Meta Description should have the core of your title in it.

        I know this might all be a bit overwhelming, and I’m not an expert at all, but I’ve been writing for a while now, and have learned a lot along the way.

        The main thing is to make sure you have important Tags and a Category for each post- no more than 15 combined.

        So, if you have 14 Tags and 1 Category, this will work. Or, 12 Tags and 3 Categories is fine. All long as the total is no more than 15.

        If someone is writing a story about their grandmother who has heart-disease, then the Tags might be: Family, Health, Diseases, Medication, Therapy, Doctor Appointments, Healthy Eating, Healing, Chronic Conditions, Pain, Surgery, Grandparents, Wellness, Heart Conditions. The Category might be: Family Emergencies, or Uncategorized (many people leave their Category to Default as “Uncategorized”, which WordPress will automatically categorize your post.

        But, the Tags are something that we should do on our own because WordPress will not do those for us.

        I know this might seem like a lot of information, but once you get the hang of it, it’s simple… until WordPress decided to change their format (which is why I’m a little upset with them because now I have to relearn several new things). As it is, my IPAD isn’t very cooperative, lately.
        ♥️♥️♥️

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      2. It is okay. This is what I wrote:

        We should have only 15 Tags and Categories- combined in total- on each post.

        The Slug is the part of the post that search engines read to determine what a post is about.

        If a post title is: ‘Love is a Splendid Thing’, then our slug would look like this: love-splendid-thing (leaving out the Glue Words, such as: the, a, it, we, can, ETC).

        The slug is set, so we don’t have to concern ourselves with it. But, it we allow it to set itself up, it will leave in the minor words. I type in the slug myself so I can take out the Glue Words.

        The Meta Description is the two to three lines in our post that people and search engines see to size up what we are writing about. WordPress does this for us, but sometimes I write the Meta Descriptions myself so I can tailor it to add in important keywords.

        The titles of our posts are important because this is the first thing people view, besides the featured photo. Therefore, it should contain any significant words that are the primary subject of what our post is about.

        The Meta Description should have the core of our title in it.

        I’m no expert at this, but I’ve been writing for a while now, and have learned a lot along the way.

        The key is to make sure we have important Tags and a Category for each post- only 15 combined.

        So, if we have 14 Tags and 1 Category, this will work. Or, 12 Tags and 3 Categories is fine. All long as the total is only 15.

        If someone is writing a story about their grandmother who has heart-disease, then the Tags might be: Family, Health, Diseases, Medication, Therapy, Doctor Appointments, Healthy Eating, Healing, Chronic Conditions, Pain, Surgery, Grandparents, Wellness, Heart Conditions. The Category might be: Family Emergencies, or Uncategorized (many people leave their Category to Default as “Uncategorized” (which WordPress will use).

        But the Tags are something that we should do on our own, because WordPress will not do those for us.

        Once we get the hang of it, it’s a breeze… unless WordPress changes their format (which is why I’m a little upset with them because now I have to relearn several new things).

        As it is, my IPAD isn’t very cooperative with these WordPress changes.

        This is just a basic idea of SEO; there is much more we can do to customize our site to get more views and traffic. But I don’t have the time to travel beyond the bare fundamentals of SEO.

        Oh, did I mention the backlinks?

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  2. Tamara,

    This is great information that should help to boost the readership. I hope to learn and apply these tips to future blog posts. Thank you for wanting more people to be spiritually strengthened and edified through this work!

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