69 Reasons Why Karma Is Not a B*tch

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A million years ago in the Heavens, God created two angels for one purpose and named one “Sow” and called the other “Reap”. He called them both “Karma”.

Their sole function was to make sure people got exactly what they deserved​. Angel Sow took record of what people did, sent the information to God, God payed people back by sending Angel Reap to pass their rewards across to them.

Karma’s original function was to pay people “good” for doing good. Karma was to bless people for blessing others. Karma was to give people plenty for giving out some. Karma was to pay people back in millions for giving out thousands.

Karma became Heaven’s most dynamic duo and Earth’s most favorite Angels because more people began doing good because Karma was there to make sure their good came back to them with profit. James 1:17 says “Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from God”.


The devil realizing that people got better and more blessed when they were blessing others decided to turn people against God by causing people to do bad.

Note: What people don’t realize is that God doesn’t do bad, it’s not in His nature. God doesn’t punish people (maybe in the Old Testament) and that was before Jesus died for our sins.
James 1:12 clearly says “Let no man say when he is tempted by God for God cannot be tempted with evil, neither tempteth he any man”.

God’s mission which is to give us abundant life (John 10:10b) only repays good for good and since it isn’t in His nature to pay people bad for bad kept quiet and the devil took over.


The devil’s mission on the other hand is to steal, kill and destroy (John 10:10a) decided to designate his own angels to pay people bad for their bad.

The word “Karma” originally God’s angels became known for bad things happening to people who did bad because as we all know bad news spreads faster than good news.

The secret about Karma is that when you do bad, you get bad in equal measure meaning if you lie against someone, someone will lie against you. But when you do good, you get good in a greater measure with interest. Luke 6:38 says “Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom.”


You have a two edged karma at your disposal. God’s karma and the devil’s karma. Do good and reap God’s karma with benefits. Do bad and reap the devil’s karma with ferocity.

The choice is yours.

Remember, “karma is a only b*tch if you are one” – Anonymous.

4 thoughts on “69 Reasons Why Karma Is Not a B*tch

  1. That is so true what you are saying- basically that your dose of karma is up to you in the end. Watch your actions and do right by people and the benefits shall illustrate that goodness. I like this new perspective on an old saying.

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