Christians, Be Careful What You Say On Facebook

Exactly what I had been thinking. Kudos.
My attitude has been to follow Christ not Christians

While the Bruce Jenner* controversy is at its peak, be very careful about what you are tempted to say about it on social media. Though your gut reaction might be to post a comment/article that articulates your disgust, I beg you to reconsider. Here’s a couple of reasons why.

  1. Many of you are either looking at porn, or something close to it. I know this because some of the pages and videos that you “like” on Facebook show up on my news feed. You probably don’t realize this, because you keep doing it, and I keep seeing it. Unfortunately, all sexual perversion is a result of human corruption. You have it, I have it too. But you might want to reconsider publicly shaming one perversion when you have another.
  2. Related to reason #1, you don’t understand the gospel. There is nothing wrong about outwardly expressing your disgust at sin. The…

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Christians, Be Careful What You Say On Facebook

Every man for himself?

People seem way too preoccupied with the lives of others at the wrong times. People tell others things or say them behind their backs, e.g. “You should be ashamed of yourself for being gay” or “Ew, she needs to lose some weight”

I wonder what gives people the right to do this. I mean, what does that quote say “Don’t judge me until you’ve walked a mile in my shoes”? You can’t really judge someone’s life if you’re not the one living it or tell someone they’re doing something wrong if you’re not the one doing it.

Yet when it comes to the time when others need help people turn a blind eye and only look out for themselves. It goes from trying to have opinions on everyone to every man for himself just like that.

Every man for himself?