Last Sunday did you go to a true church or a false church? Was your church talking
all about the Lost? The Lost? The Lost? Or was your church selfish and talking about
the Found? The Found? The Found? Were they talking about the mass millions going
to Hell or talking about the Football Playoffs and about getting pizza after church?
Was you church like the Book of Acts, the 1st Church, the Example Church? Or
like the Modern Day Self Saturated Fat on Themselves False Church?
Can you imagine if the Church of Acts was like today’s Modern Day Church? Ha!
“OK now,” Pastor James says, “Who needs prayer today?”
Peter raises his hand and says, “My little pinkie toe is sore. Please pray for it!”
Then Apostle Paul raises his hand and says, “I’m really depressed. I am having
difficulty paying my rent.” John raises his hand and says, “My donkey is gettin’ old…
I need a newer and more expensive donkey to ride. Pray for me.”
The James starts to preach his sermon for the day, “Personal Peace and Comfort
in the Times of a Recession.”…Then he takes an offering for the 35 million dollar
church program to use for “Baby Sitting” the congregation!
NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HOW INSANE!! HOW SELFISH!! HOW SICK!! SICK!! SICK!!!!!!!!!!
THEY WERE RACING AROUND THE WORLD going after THE LOST! THE LOST!
THE LOST! They were running around seeing multitudes and multitudes set free!!
They were persecuted and thrown in jail! The true Church should be screaming, “THE
LOST! THE LOST! THE LOST!” And setting the world ON FIRE! BURNING DOWN THE
WORLD WITH ZEAL AND LOVE!! Turning the millions of dollars for the church building
into funding themselves to go on Outreaches around the world to reach THE LOST!
THE LOST! THE LOST! THE LOST! THE LOST! THE LOST! THE LOST!
What’s on your mind when you wake up at night? A chili burger? A Snickers candy bar?
Running to the restroom? Or do you wake up and cry out for THE LOST? HE LOST?
THE LOST? HE LOST? THE LOST? THE LOST? HE LOST? THE LOST? THE LOST?
Are you a true Christian or a false Christian?
Saturday, January 22, 2011
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