How to Do What the Bible Says

In my article "Why Christians S**k," I encouraged--okay, antagonized--my fellow Christians to start doing what the Bible says: Feed the poor, clothe the naked, love the unlovely. But we can change today.

MAXTECH

01/30/2012 09:33:52 PM

Jennifer Dent of http://forum.bible.org/ condemned Jesus Christ himself ??? Why??? This website http://www.outersecrets.com/real/biblecode2a.htm was condemned by Jennifer Dent. Why??? Study it as though your eternal life depends upon it, for it does!

Thomas_Baldwin

01/20/2012 01:15:26 AM

Had Jesus survived the Cross & migrated to live in India ? ‘The Rozabal Shrine of Srinagar’ A new film exploring the theory that Jesus survived the Cross and migrated to India to live a long life, and his tomb is in Srinagar (Kashmir), India. Jesus is supposed to have travelled once earlier also—between age 13 to 29, the period about which Bible is silent. Watch this fascinating film ONLINE & FREE at: http://www.cultureunplugged.com/storyteller/Rai_Yashendra_Prasad Writer-Director: Yashendra. Producer: Films Division ( Govt Of India) Synopsis:- The Rozabal Shrine in Srinagar, India, contains one of the biggest mysteries of the world. It contains the tomb of Yuza Asaf who is supposed to be none other than Jesus Christ ! This fascinating film explores the research works of national and international experts who are convinced of this fact. According to traditions dating 1st century AD and several ancient works in Persian, Arabic, Chinese & Sanskrit, this Yuza Asaf was a Prophet to the Children of Israel who was crucified by his own people. However, he survived the crucifixion and migrated to live in Kashmir. In the East he was known as Isa Masih. There are tantalizing architectural, inscriptional, anthropological, archeological & documentary evidences which strongly indicate that Yuza Asaf was, indeed, Jesus Christ. He had arrived in Kashmir in the 1st century. ‘Jesus Christ’ itself was not the original name of the Great Prophet. He must not have ever imagined that he will be known as ‘Jesus Christ’. It is a modern English name. His original Hebrew name was perhaps Yashuah. The film does not make any claim whatsoever. It merely presents one of the theories put forward by national and international experts that the Rozabal Shrine of Srinagar seems to be the tomb of Jesus Christ. This hypothesis makes the Rozabal Shrine an unique place in world where all religions seems to unite, conveying the message of love, peace and harmony. Thanks

ltodd

01/14/2012 06:41:34 AM

Being a Christian should mean that we want to go to heaven. The scripture in James 1: 27; says that pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, to visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world. I also believe that we really give more when we have very little to give. http://christiannetworksite.com/spiritual-healing/

geo

07/07/2010 05:50:30 AM

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b60kklein

04/21/2010 01:58:40 AM

and also the only time Christians suck is when they are flaky or more like when they think that the bible is about a set of rules that one must follow or else there a bad Christian. If you think thats what its about, sit down and question your Christianity. side note to sylviamzz. you can read Romans 8 followed by Rom 6 and thats how you can start to overcome, further more read the word every day and journal on it

b60kklein

04/21/2010 01:47:02 AM

ok so you got 2cor 9:7 down pretty well what about matt 28:19 prob a little more important and not even a mention unless thats the intended result of the 10 steps

sylviamzz

01/31/2010 07:49:58 PM

I do not buy the notion that Christians suck. Not enough of us are involved, I'll concede to that, but what we all need as Christ-followers is maturity and encouragement, not guilt-tripping. How can we become cheerful givers if we give out of guilt, trying to make up for the fact that we haven't been generous enough in the past? I do give sacrificially to the church, to ppl on the street, and to friends I know who are in need. I've done enough of this to become needy myself. I really don't appreciate the guilt-tripping. I don't think it's working. You may as well stop it and choose another tactic. I do applaud you on your creative ways to be more generous with the church and other ppl, and more frugal with onesself. Perhaps if you had launched into these great creative ideas instead of prefacing the article with "you suck" it would have been more effective.

homecare

07/23/2009 01:16:28 AM

just because they are homeless dosen't mean their unlovely they are a blessing from are one above

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