Luther v. Osteen: Twitter Wars

luthervosteenDr. Jim West, Zwinglius Redivivus, finds the coolest stuff! No wonder the master blogger has been given all rights as issuer of the famed Dilly Award. Folks, you’ll want to go experience for yourself the Twitter War between Mr.’s Joel and Martin at the site Adam4d. Yikes! You ought also gander around a bit, as the author identifies with the logo, “A Curiously Christian webcomic.” You can also travel through Dr. Jim’s site so as to see his revealed winner. I’m wondering how many Dilly’s Joel has taken.

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Seeking the rest that is only promised and found in Christ Jesus, along with my treasured wife of more than twenty-five years, we seek to grow in our relationship with our Heavenly Father, walk with the Holy Spirit as He moves our hearts, loving others always as Jesus loves us, and carry the news of His glory, the wonderful gospel, that gives light and life where there once was only darkness.
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One Response to Luther v. Osteen: Twitter Wars

  1. I love the links you have provided and the honesty in your posts. I am asked so often by Christians, “Did you hear what Joel Osteen or T.D.Jakes or Benny Hinn or Joyce Meyer had to say on TV?” I always reply, “I don’t trust any of them, because they are all rich and living in palaces because of gullible people who pay them for blessings. I can’t observe any of them living in my community. So I am not interested in anything they might say.”

    There is a sweet elderly preacher in my town who has had two strokes and he walks with a little cane. He has preached for forty years with no salary. He and his wife visit care homes and sick people constantly. His lovely little church is back in the hills beyond the stream, and there is one little cardboard box in the back for anyone who wants to contribute to his gas allowance. The church takes one offering per month to pay the bills, and the church is paid for because of responsible stewardship. They are not looking to build a fancier church. This is the kind of man I want to listen to, because his life is exemplary and sincere.

    If we Christians desire to learn, we should study the teachings of Jesus first and foremost. I have always found it odd that people who follow gurus become like their gurus, Buddhists imitate Buddha, and Muslims act like Mohammed. But Christians want to imitate Jimmy Swaggart and Joel Osteen. Instead of Jesus! What is wrong with us?

    As Gandhi so wisely said, “I like your Christ. I do not like your Christians. They are so unlike your Christ.”

    Peace be with you,
    “Sister Olive”

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