Everyday all day there are innumerable actions taking place in the world; and that collective dynamic involves "procedures." A successful process is like when you line up a thousand dominoes and then tip the first one. What happens? You trigger the domino-effect, but it doesn't work unless all of the dominoes fall. If 910 dominoes fall, it wasn't successful; everything must work efficiently. In the world of athletics, there are new professionals who are watched by veterans, and these veterans have an eye for exploitation. But wait; I thought that these new-professionals are pros? They are,but they're also rookies. They haven't learned the unwritten rules! He or she is a professional rookie. Sinners sin everyday all day, and I know that a sin is a sin, but I choose to paint a picture by utilizing the word "mistake" here. Remember, we started off talking about procedure? Well, the procedure itself as a created organism is supposed to be created so that it doesn't breakdown nowhere between A & Z. Meaning: who would create a procedure, that is itself a mistake? We deal with people and some of them might try to act like or make you believe that you've made a mistake, but they're unbelievers: their entire procedure, lifestyle, conversation, culture, and everything else is ONE EPIC ROOKIE MISTAKE! But, we who practice Christianity are rookies? How is that? Everything that we do is beneficially consequential. Each good deed, prayer, or act of spiritual warfare is a part of a string, and provokes a string of successive advancement. Everything that we see the world doing, concerns cosmetic-laced mistakes; where they hope that you don't spot it, or the roots and astounding mathematics on its frequent recurrence. Last time that I checked there were like over seven hundred abortion clinics in the US. School shootings have become; "Oh, there was another school shooting." Tragedies have become photo-ops and platforms for rhetoric. David was anointed King, but Saul didn't respect that, but let me ask you this: in 1st Samuel who was making all of the rookie mistakes; David or Saul?