Four Antichristian Trends Christians Should Never Promote

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The term Antichristian proves to be the most apt for the subtle, very subtle trends Christians may not even know are against the foundation and tenets of the Christian Faith. Secondly, the world has never loved Christ, nor His mission so much so that it unscrupulously put Him to death, not minding who He was and what He came for. Things change constantly, but for the few years I have walked this Earth, things find it more comfortable and seamless to worsen than become better. What I'm driving at is that the world will keep on hating the name Jesus Christ. That's not a problem, at least not much of a problem to worry about when there are Christians who maintain and pursue the purpose of God for mankind. Only that sadly, these Christians are now obliviously partnering with the world to hate God. What's more oblivious than endorsing and promoting what the world has thrown in? 1. Ending a prayer with IJN What's wrong in shortening words now, or must we spiritualize everything? Well, nothing is wrong at all with shortening the words, as long as the entire prayer itself was typed out in shortened words. What explanation can be given for shortening the words ' in Jesus name' when a page of prayer has been meticulously typed? It's pretty easy to mark out the problem; the name Jesus. 2. Ending a Prayer With Amen John 14:13 And whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that will I do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. You can begin now to say or type a prayer for the rest of the day, but if you're tired enough not to direct it to God in Jesus name, know that it will be effort in futility. You can be diplomatic with every other thing, but not with the prayers you render. 3. Representing Jesus with pictures All thanks to Facebook group owners who want to taunt people into sharing their posts using the reverse psychology. When a picture of a white man is shown, and a "Do you love me" follows, if your answer is yes, know that you do not mean you love Jesus, but the white man. Because most unguided souls believe every white man in a robe is Jesus Christ, these people now make use of such pictures to deceive them. And Christians haven't understood the game? A pity. 4. Changing Christmas to Xmas And people who claim to be celebrating the birthday of Jesus CHRIST now wish people happy Xmas. Perhaps they are celebrating the birthday of Malcolm X, or that of pornography? You never noticed as a Christian when the world slid in all these to curb the name Jesus Christ to be flying around the place. But thank God I do, and if you ha e known this and has inhibited its growth, thank God. In the near future, not too far away, the internet will be equipped with the AI to censor the name Jesus Christ.Be ready as a Christian because your clamour then will not be honored, and your conviction of violation of religious right won't heeded. Matthew 10:22 And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved.

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