BINGO! This is why I keep saying the “dumb, nit-witted church people.” First, most of these people could not possibly be genuine Christians or else they would not remain under false doctrine, or be living in blatant sin. Second, they have NO BOLDNESS to speak up about anything. People are complacent in their sin and wealth. American professing Christian people refuse to sacrifice their security to save their own souls. These people will stand by and watch a murder take place without blinking an eye. They do not care as long as it is not them being attacked which is more proof they are not Christian. These people are evil and dangerous.
A bunch of witches join the Christian churches and masquerade themselves as Christian people and prophets telling people they are little gods and the dumb, nit witted church people suck up one lie after another.
God knows people’s hearts and when people first seek to raise themselves up, to make their own life comfortable and they give little to no consideration for others then a bunch of spoiled brat hellions is what you get and that is how I see the entire American COUNTERFEIT church. -Admin-
Do you not say, “There are still four months and then comes the harvest”? Behold, I say to you, lift up your eyes and look at the fields, for they are already white for harvest! John 4:35 (NKJV)
Francis Schaeffer, the late Christian thinker and theologian, said the two greatest enemies of the modern church in America are “personal peace and affluence.” He was describing the prevailing indifference that envelops the body of Christ today. Christians become complacent when they are preoccupied with meeting only their needs instead of reaching out to others.
The church in America is wealthy and prosperous. But believers in many countries are imprisoned for their faith or punished with loss of their jobs. Christians in Africa and developing countries are poor. Wherever we live, there are emotional, spiritual, and physical needs, but we must first lift our eyes to the fields (John 4:35)
Complacency is also nurtured when we settle for the wisdom of our age instead of becoming “fools for Christ’s sake” (1 Corinthians 4:10 NASB). Paul said he had “become as the scum of the world, the dregs of all things” (1 Corinthians 4:13 NASB).
Following Christ calls for radical discipleship—denying self and discarding the wisdom of this world for the wisdom of God. Have you allowed God to disturb your comfort zone?