Moral Decline

Documenting The Moral Decline That Threatens To Destroy America

Religious People Should Never Look Down On Others

Imagine this: You wake up one day and notice that all the big networks are airing a 2 hour documentary in prime time that night starring YOU. You are excited because you think that now you will be world famous, but your excitement turns to horror as you discover that the 2 hour documentary will be revealing all of the most horrible, disgusting and wicked things you ever thought, did and said.

If you are like most people, you would want to run away from society forever and never come back.

Why?

The truth is that ALL of us have done evil. We all have done disgusting and horrible things we would never want the world to know. We like to think of ourselves as "good", but all of us know that if our private thoughts, our private actions and our most wicked deeds were televised around the world it would expose us as we really are.

So no person, religious or otherwise, should ever look down on someone else.

Hopefully the readers of this blog don't think that we are sitting up on our high horse looking down on others.

As we document the increasing wickedness of America, the reality is that it is not because we have it all together either. The Scriptures say that ALL have sinned and that ALL need the grace and mercy of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Now, some people have kind of done the opposite and have made "do not judge" into a rule that says that nobody can ever say anything that anyone does is wrong.

But that is not what being judgmental means.

It is not being judgmental to say what the law is.

It IS being judgmental to determine if someone in particular is breaking that law.

For example, saying "do not commit adultery" is not being judgmental.

But sitting there and thinking that someone is cheating on their spouse when you don't know that for a fact is being judgmental.

Do you see the difference?

The reality is that we will all stand before God someday and He will judge us.

Since all of us have sinned, that puts us in a very bad position.

But the good news is that Jesus Christ paid the penalty for our sins on the cross.

If we will invite Jesus into our lives, God will forgive our sins and will give us eternal life.

But if we refuse Christ's payment for our sin, then we will have to pay for our own sin.

Those who have received Christ and are saved don't have any reason to look down on others. We have simply reached out for a "life preserver" and we should be thankful for the amazing mercy of God.

Let us all tell the news of the great mercy of God to as many people as we can.

3 comments:

Benhayil said...

These Republican spawn of Satan, like Bush, depend on the gullability of the evangelicals.
All they have to do is get a camera crew to show them going to church a few times and claim they're devout Christians then all the evangelicals will fall all over themselves to vote for 'em. Once they get in office they rob us all blind, sell our pensions and jobs to their rich cronies, then leave office ten times wealthier than when they started. It's their only reason for running for office. They use God as a tool to enrich themselves and you chumps fall for it every time.

Then all the evangellicals sit around wringing their hands and crying "we were duped again!".

When will you ever learn?

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