Jesus Free Zones

Real Christianity

         According to that which transpires every Sunday morning, most Christians ascribe to a universal unspoken creed, believing the Christian thing to do in official church services—the highest protocol—is to honor a communal vow of silence. Along with this is the expectation to be “nice” at all times in the sense of always being careful to never give offense.

         The problem with this invertebrate approach, beside the point that one will never get anything done for God with such a bankrupt ideology, is that it plays right into the devil’s hands. In fact, it arises from obeying the devil instead of obeying the Lord Jesus and the evidence for this is all around us. Where is the proof of His mighty presence? Where is the dynamic of an interactive community?

         Real Christianity has the powerful backbone of its Founder. It is not wrong or immoral to possess this…

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3 comments on “Jesus Free Zones

    • Scarlett says:

      That was a really great post. I just wish everyone, both Christians and non believers would “get it”. “Church” as we and they know it is so branded into the public mindset, that I truly believe only a mighty act of the Holy Spirit will change even an inkling of it. Will that “mighty act” be in the form of judgment, or a mighty outpouring of the Holy Spirit as at Pentecost? Or both?

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