Fake Christians and being real…


Excellent video by Jefferson Bethke…the real deal. Give it a listen.

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  1. wandakate

    He needs to do this video again and slow it down a few notches. He speaks too fast…It is difficult today to know who’s real and who’s not real. People (most that is) are so fake that it’s second nature for them. They are one way and then another. One way at church and another in the supermarket (as an example). Who can we trust? The Bible says, “Trust GOD, not man. Man will fail you, but GOD will never fail you”. I am finding that is so true, and more so every single day. Things are not as they seem. And as Gordon has said, right is now wrong, and wrong is now right. It’s all upside down. This is not the world I know or have lived in all these years. Sad to know it’s not going to improve. I just know I do not like it here anymore. I love the LORD, and I love nature and the world he created but the people have a “major” problem. Something has gone terribly wrong. We are no doubt in the beginning of birth pains.

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  2. Gordon King

    Amen! So true today in our churches and Christianity in general I believe. Many Christians seem to be stuck in “Legalism”, do this, don’t do that. While we are forgiven for our sins, our love for God should drive us in the direction of righteousness and holiness. This in itself should monitor how we live our life.

    God Bless Bro!

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