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James December 27, 2018 at 8:23 am

This article appears to be written by a Christian professional. Ie, someone who makes their living and lively hood from telling others what they need to be like in order to be a ‘good’ Christians.

Here are some verses:
And because he was of the same craft, he abode with them, and wrought: for by their occupation they were tentmakers. – acts 18:3

We also know that immediately after Jesus’s death some returned immediately to their day jobs.

They will know you are a Christian because you don’t live off other Christians.

But let your ‘Yes’ be ‘Yes,’ and your ‘No,’ ‘No.’ For whatever is more than these is from the evil one. — matthew 5:37

Don’t use Christian code words and apply scripture to them. Daily bread in the Lord’s Prayer in no way is talking about the Bible.

Don’t tell us how to feel it what we ‘should’ experience. I by my nature have very little emotion. I don’t feel any if the feelings you say I should feel, but I’m saved nonetheless.

Jack Wellman December 27, 2018 at 9:48 am

Hello James. Actually, they will know we are CHristians by our love (JOhn 13:34-35), so says Jesus. It is not that we live off of other CHristians (whatever that means) but that we love others and that’s how they’ll know, so say the Scriptures. And I see nothing wrong with the author be CHristian and writing for a living. What is wrong with that sir? You say “Don’t tell us how to feel” and don’t make a living telling others what to do, but that’s just what you’ve done. THank you anyway sir.

James December 28, 2018 at 1:42 pm

Couple points:

If you don’t know what it means (“whatever that means”) can can you say “If it not that we live off other Christians”? Those two things don’t go together.

Second, I said ‘don’t tell us how to Feel”. You said ‘that’s what you’ve done.’ No where did I tell you how to feel.

Third, no where so I state my livelihood. However, I am not a Christian professional, so it is unclear how you can apply ‘that’s just what you’ve done’ to me.

Unclear of the thought processes behind your responses as your points do no address my topics, rather, the obsfucate my points behind comments where I

1) didn’t make that comment
2) you admit not knowing what I mean

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