Quit acting like christ was accepting of everyone and everything

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quit acting like christ was accepting of everyone and everything

Visualize and Achieve by Remez Sasson

The thoughts you think most often, affect your life and behavior!

Changing your thoughts, creates corresponding changes in your life!

This book will show you how to change your thoughts and mindset, and start creating the life you want.

To visualize is to see what is not there, what is not real - a dream. To visualize is, in fact, to make visual lies. Visual lies, however, have a way of coming true.
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That Trimble article "Quit Acting Like Christ was Accepting of Everyone and Everything" is making the rounds again this week. I've probably.
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Statistics even show that millions embrace Christianity each day, and that Christianity is the world's largest religion. You surely have heard of Jesus and Christianity before! If you are interested in knowing more about Jesus, you are in the right place. Asking a pastor, a Christian religious leader, a missionary, or even someone who is Christian may also be very helpful to you in order to achieve your goal in getting introduced to Jesus. Before you start reading what the article has to say in detail, realize that Jesus of Nazareth fulfilled all the prophecies about the Messiah in the Jewish Bible Old Testament. Romans "For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.

The gravitational pull of human nature is toward self, not towards others, and churches behave the same way. You will focus almost exclusively on your needs and wants unless you decide not to. So many church leaders staff and volunteer struggle to lead beyond the preferences of the church members. And as soon as they try, they get inundated with complaints and angry emails. Click To Tweet. You would think by now we might have solved this one.

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We struck up a conversation waiting in line for catering, first gazing absently into our phone screens, only to grow bored. Looking around the room, he confided in a low voice that he, too, was a Christian. Within the Warped Tour staffing, Christians are a minority and anomaly. We all know one another and often gather to pray or connect. That was it.

First off, can we just acknowledge that this is a straw man argument? The obvious problem, however, is that he selectively reads scripture to justify his argument. He reminds us of the stories of Jesus turning over the tables in the temple and of the woman taken in adultery. In my opinion, he completely misses the point of those stories. He sat down and ate with them. He turned over the tables of those who created a business out of spirituality — the money changers and animal dealers in the temple.



  1. Scarlett P. says:

    My intention is simply to explore the key teachings of Jesus, whilst calling Christianity like I see it.

  2. Perrin B. says:

    Too often we read a few scriptures that make us feel good and then omit everything else that we know about Jesus that might make us feel bad.

  3. Amelie K. says:

    Quit Acting Like Christ Was Accepting of Everyone and Everything | Acting Meme on chrissullivanministries.com

  4. Roland P. says:

    Christ Was Accepting of Everyone and Everything Too many people are neglecting what is in the scriptures and trying to "customize Christ".

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