Blessings have an expiration date. Don't 'run away' with your own definition of MY words. To explain my words, consider this: Have you ever felt that you should do, or say, something? You procrastinate on it for a long time (years, months, minutes, or whatever), only to see someone else do, or say, the same thing. You waited so long that it expired, for you. You may get another opportunity but, no one knows the expiration date for their life. Most products, at the store, show two dates, to insure that you are getting a product that has a long shelf life, just in case you don’t use it right away. Now some dates say “Sell By 00/00/0000” while others say “Use By 00/00/0000.” The sell by date is intended for vendors (God), to let them know how long to display items on store shelves (the time, in life, when it is needed). The Use by is for consumers (people). The product (blessing) must be 'taken' by a consumer before the vendor takes it off of the shelf.
Yet, different TYPES of sin have an expiration date. In this case, the consumers are the same, but the vendor is not God. These expiration dates differ by age, social class, race, disabilities (disabilities are not always physical; just as slavery is not always physical), etc. Have you ever seen one type of sin that plagues one 'group,' but not another 'group?' This does not make one 'group' inferior to another (seeing this as an inferiority is also a type of sin). Sin is sin, what person has the right to say that one sin is worse than another. Do you pay attention to ALL expiration dates? Unlearn.