THERE REALLY IS A RECIPE FOR DISASTER (see end of this article)
Rick Warren (Purpose Driven Life author) twitted:
“Those who yell their beliefs are trying to convince themselves. Sarcasm often reveals a weak position,guilt, or insecurity.” http://twitter.com/RickWarren/status/6575625921 9:06 PM Dec 11th 2009
Rick Warrens Bio on Twitter says:
Bio: Champion of planters/pastors/worship ldrs. Cheerleader/mentor for next gen leaders. Tell me-I’ll follow u. Trained 400,000 pastors in162 nations. Loves doubters http://twitter.com/RickWarren
Prior to that Rick Warren said this:
“Love isnt letting people do whatever they want. That’s often cowardice or apathy. Love cares enough to tell the truth.” http://twitter.com/RickWarren/status/5605843093 3:22 AM Nov 11th 2009
What Rick means is this; if a genuine Christian stands up for the Gospel of Jesus Christ and tries to correct error with the Truth, so that people are not led astray, they portray themselves as insecure in their beliefs, are unloving and sarcastic.
However he also says that loving someone entails telling them the truth and correcting the errors so that they are not led astray. If you don’t tell the truth you portray yourself as a coward and are apathetic to those around you.
Um… comments anyone? I’m not sure what to do. If I say something to correct this contradiction I am insecure in my beliefs, weak and have no idea what I am taking about. If I don’t try help Rick see that this is a blatant contradiction then I am a coward and unloving.
Gosh. What a dilemma this is. I am so confused lol.
No wonder the world is in the state it’s in.
Recipe for Disaster:
Take a very large pot – throw in mankind, throw in unscrupulous amounts of money, slowly remove the Word of God, add heaps of addiction, add a lot of debt, turn up the heat, then sow tremendous amounts of confusion, let it simmer, then reap the world. Don’t forget that it’s made with Love — www.discerningtheworld.com