Apr 19, 2022
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These messages trash our credibility When you forward B2C Telemarketing List a message that is untrue, you lose your credibility. If your friend spent an hour convincing you that he is certain Obama is a Muslim, and then next week you hear Obama say he is a B2C Telemarketing List liberal Christian, would you trust you friend when he starts talking about another political figure? If your pastor preached that literally all Asian people are atheists and Buddhists, and then you B2C Telemarketing List met an Asian christian who was more humble than your own pastor, would you trust your pastor? If someone told you the world is flat, and you flew around it, would you listen to that person talk about geography? No! And so if we Christians are known for B2C Telemarketing List spamming the world with uncorroborated lies, myths, and urban fairy tales, how can we expect to be heard and listened to? How can we anticipate people to hear us give them "the truth" when we just B2C Telemarketing List sent them a chain letter filled with logical fallacies and lies showing we are not smarter than a fifth B2C Telemarketing List grader. These messages deny Christ (by works salvation) I sincerely hope that people who forward and post all of these things, don't actually believe they will earn their salvation, prosperity, or other rewards merely for sending spam. Why then, all of Nigeria would be saved! The Bible B2C Telemarketing List teaches salvation is by faith in the atoning sacrifice by Jesus on the Cross, which paid fully for our sins, both starting our initial process of salvation and securing our final goal of B2C Telemarketing List salvation. When we turn salvation, or any kind of reward from God, into "send this to 5 B2C Telemarketing List friends and you will get we deny the very essence of the Bible. First, as to salvation, Jesus says many people who did all sorts of great works will not be saved (Mat 7:22-23; 1 Cor 14).