I just watched a movie that bothered me more than any other movie has. I'm not going to tell you what movie it was cuz I basically don't want you to see it if you have'nt already. For those of you who have seen it, you might figure out which one it is. This movie took christianity and flush it down the toilet. The picture it painted was pretty disturbing. But you know what, at the same time it was a look at us christians from the world's eyes. What kind of picture did it paint? A religion full of superstitions, clitical and condemning people, false love, empty words, fake smiles, struggling prayers, brain washing, hypocritical bimbos and followers..............and the list goes on.
I am so disgusted with this christianity, I could imagine how the people react who are searching for meaning. It was a huge lie, a rip off. Not a hint of the real christianity which is; real relationships and fellowship, sacrificial love, giving, hope through the impossible, joy in hard times, peace in chaos, unfake emotion for God and people, compassion, passion for life, comfort for the hurting. Now the sad part is, that there are plenty of fake smiles out there in the name of Jesus. There are plenty of critical christians who see a homeless guy and think 'thank you Lord that Im not like him.'. Or the sin sniffer who never misses a beat when it comes to pointing out everyone's sin but doesnt know the first thing about the areas they fall short in.
People! Friends! Brothers and sisters! Listen up! God loved the world so much that He gave His only Son, so that whoever would believe in Him would not parish but have everlasting life. God sees all sin on one playing field. Slander, homosexuality, forgetting about the poor, gossipping, murder, and being unloving are all the same to Him.
Let us realize that God does not want anybody to parish. Let us always say the word 'hell' on the virge of tears. Let us say 'Search ME o God and know ME, see if there be any wicked way in me....' and see our own faults and flaws and deal with them before God and let God deal with everyone else's. Let us love God for the fact that it cost Him His life to show us how much He first loved us. Let us love people as if their life depended on it. Let us strive to grow closer to selflessness and further away from hypocritical bimbos.