Monday, January 30, 2017

Christians... The Latest Hypocrites

I'm so tired of seeing people who are self-proclaimed Christians on Facebook who go to church every Sunday being horribly hypocritical over the Cheeto's executive order from Friday. I know y'all were raised better, and for the older adults in the crowd - I know you TAUGHT ME BETTER. I read the book and drank the Kool-aid. Don't you remember the story of Jesus and the leper? Or how about Leviticus 19:33-34? 
 Nope - hmm... y'all all seem to forget about all those stories of the trinity helping the lowest common denominator when they're not convenient to your narrow-minded view of the world. But you sit there in your pew every Sunday feeling justified in your crooked sense of righteousness, thinking, "I'm a Christian. I go to church." No. You're a Hypocrite who sits in a pew. 
 God seems to only be good enough for you when his message lines up with your strict interpretation of the book. I know I'm not perfect, nor do I claim to be, but I am more than happy to mute you and your hypocritical messages of happiness and joy over rejecting refugees. 
 If you're a Christian drinking the Kool-aid, then it's time for you to remember something. Jesus died for ALL of our sins - ALL OF THEM. Not just for you and your family and your friends - FOR EVERYONE'S. Because God loves EVERYONE. He loves all of his little children - even if they don't follow his religion. God is not someone you can call on for individualistic prayers that are convenient solely for you, when you are not willing to help those suffering in the world. Why? Because GOD LOVES. He LOVES. All I'm seeing from a lot of self-proclaimed Christians are messages of HATE. Does that make you feel proud of yourselves? Proud that you're feeding into the hate in the world. 
 Don't like what I have to say, then fine. Unfriend me. You clearly aren't someone I'd want to be friends with anyway. My friends don't turn their back on people who need help regardless of creed, color, orientation, religion or country of origin. If you aren't willing to stand up for what is right, decent, and kind, then how do you look yourself in the mirror every morning and still call yourself a Christian. 
 If you don't like my fact-bomb and feel the urge to set me straight, then your negative responses to this message will be deleted, and you will be blocked, because this is not a debate. It is a fact-bomb.

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