Will You Walk With Jesus Or Won't You?

irregular times clockIt's time to obey the Bible and comply with Matthew 5:42

There are many different kinds of Christianity. Some kinds of Christianity accept the Bible as a mythological document, and don't believe in the literal historical reality of Jesus. Some kinds of Christianity regard the instructions of the Bible as merely a sort of suggestion about a lifestyle, one that can be ignored when inconvenient.

However, many Christians believe that the Bible is the literal word of God, and that the commands it gives must be followed to the letter by all people who call themselves Christians. At least, that's what they say they believe. I'll be honest with you: I don't think that these Christians actually believe that the Bible is the Word of God. I don't think that they really believe that they have to obey the commands in the Bible. I think that they just use the Bible as a justification for what they already want to do, and then ignore the Bible when it's inconvenient to them. I think they're Cafeteria Christians, taking what they want, and ignoring the rest.

Want to prove me wrong? Okay. Then meet the following challenge.

To all Christians who believe that the Bible is the Word of God, and to all Christians who say they believe in the teachings of Jesus, I propose the following test of faith: Follow the command given by Jesus on the Sermon of the Mount, as described in Matthew 5:42. That verse reads, "Give to him that asketh thee, and from him that would borrow of thee turn not thou away."

So, now I'm asking you for ten dollars. Jesus says for you to give it to me. Will you defy Jesus? Will you be a Cafeteria Christian, or will you give me the money?

Click on the image below give me your ten dollar testament of faith in Jesus. No shipping or handling charged!"

Don't let Jesus down, now.


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