“Tear Down & Destroy”

Deacon: Usher, I got a call, a very threatening one I might add, claiming that you are seeking simply to “tear down and destroy” the church.  No church is perfect, so why do you go to such ends to derail an imperfect vessel?

Usher: Everything is imperfect Deak, so are you saying one shouldn’t speak out against anything because it’s all imperfect?

Deacon: Be reasonable Usher.  You are attacking people and their attempt to obey the word and follow God in the best way they know how.

Usher: So if they are being led about by those who are simply out for your money to pay for their exravagant lifestyles (as in Creflo admitted he lives an extravagant lifestyle but see no wrong in it), we should just let them keep on giving while their houses are foreclosed on and they end up being a ward of the state and its social system?  Tell me what scriptures ratify that type of thinking?

Deacon: But people don’t see it as an attack on the church, they take it personal.

Usher: If the shoe fits, wear it.  If you’re the pastor taking their money, then fess up and stop! If you’re the sheep funding their preposterous and often lascivious lifestyle, then you fess up and stop!  Both parties are wrong, the system is wrong and so let it be challenged.  And about your “best way they know how”, here’s my response – “the road to hell is paved with good intentions”.

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3 Responses to ““Tear Down & Destroy””

  1. Mark Says:

    Great thoughts.

  2. Mark R Says:

    Yeah – I get accused the same thing – but I’ll just give then 40c and tell them to call someone who cares!!! Hey!!! – I care but a little different to those who act so pious toward me.

  3. Meg Says:

    That’s funny, I got a comment on my blog about not attacking the church because of it not being perfect too. Does that mean the book of Revelation doesn’t count now because God told the imperfect churches to shape up?

    It’s a great excuse to keep the blinkers on and keep doing what you are doing. Its too hard to think outside the square!

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