MORALS: THEY BELIEVE GOD WON'T NOTICE | nationalsalvation.net
Have you noticed an increase in Wordism among the people or a rise in loyalty to institutions instead of what the institutions are supposed to do or a loyalty to institutions as a distraction from the one issue of race?
Some of my relatives claim loyalty to Jesus while turning a blind eye to the genocide our race faces - as if Jesus would approve of genocide. These people would say following Christ leads them to believe that thieves should be behind bars. But the far bigger problem of race has them running away in fear.
I think this means that their faith is weak. They think that there is nothing good they can do, so they do nothing good. They forget that Jesus came into our history to make things right, now. They know that Jesus commanded them to do good and to resist evil, but they somehow think this does not apply to the big issues.
But the big issue - race - is far more important than stopping thieves.
Comment by Pain
"These people would say following Christ leads them to believe that thieves should be behind bars. But the far bigger problem of race has them running away in fear."
Pain, you hit a homer, and this is critical to me. You are reflecting the WAY OF THINKING that I have to give you. This is such a basic way of looking at things:
"But the far bigger problem of race has them running away in fear."
That no one would see it in a hundred years. We end up arguing with anti-white religionists, but we always recognize them as representing religion because on the lesser issues they are obsessive and they wear those collars.
But, as C.S. Lewis said in "Screwtape Proposes a Toast" the best way to take a soul to Hell is a way with no turnings, no big decisions. The road to Heaven, to quote another source, is strait and narrow. The road to Hell where these religionists are marching is wide and easy. Those 1940s bishops who started pushing interracial marriage knew very well what they were doing to future generations. But since they were preaching all the other good stuff, and they couldn't be bishops unless they went along with it, they had no decision to make. The other people wearing miters were in the lead, so the road must lead where they should go.
So when Pain points out "Christians" cannot apply one of the grand total of two commandments Jesus gave them to the most important issue, they are NOT sincere Christians. They just believe, and I am NOT joking here, they just believe that God won't NOTICE.
This is the WAY OF THINKING I am desperately trying to inculcate here. I am ridiculously delighted when someone states it this way and avoids the comments on today's headlines.