Saturday, February 18, 2012

Have You Heard The Gospel Of Jesus Christ Yet?

Which one do you mean?

The Protestant non-denominational version?
The Protestant denominational version?
The Straight protestant version?
The Baptist version?
The Presbyterian version?
The Wesley's Parish Methodist version?
The Nazarene version?
The Salvation Army version?
The Jehovah's Witness version?
The Pentecostal version?
The Four Square version
The Assemblies of God version?
The Lutheran version?
The Gay Clergy Lutheran version?
The United Church of Christ version?
The Mormon version?
The Chuck Smith version?
The Anglican version?
The Billy Graham version?
The Gospel of Prosperity version?
The Snake Handling Poison Drinking version?
The Christian Motorcycle Ministry version?
And last but not least, Your Moms version?

I bet that if you are an American living in America,
that you have heard one or more of these versions.

So which one do you believe, since they can't all be right?
I believe in my own version and that's the one I'm sticking with.
No preacher is going to give you any secret or special info about
the gospel, and you should not have to pay to hear it told to you.

To many versions to pick just one so they all must be thrown out
and started all over again. All you preachers are SOOOOO lucky
that I'm not President or I would put a stop to preacher salaries
and make it a mandatory volunteer position only.

Faith based organizations will be just exactly that and if your God
does not provide for you, then you better God damn well check
your faith.

More and more people are waking up to the truth about preachers
and their lives of blatant hypocrisy. It's just a matter of time before
we start to Occupy the Church

Christianity began as a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
When it went to Athens, it became a philosophy. When it went
to Rome, it became an organization. When it spread throughout
Europe, it became a culture. When it came to America, it became
a business.

And nobody knows that better than Pastor Iscariot.

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