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Terrorist Groups Operating in Churches

Terrorist Groups Operating in Churches

Someone sent out a link to their new post on their blog on Twitter, after reading it I could not help but post a reply on it. It is cute and funny, but their is also a danger to this kind of thinking. That what ever a church does, the leadership does and is teaching is not to be disputed by anyone and anyone that points out errors, is bad and wrong. Below is his post and below that my response.

Terrorist Groups Operating in Churches

Latest news reports are that five terrorist cell groups have been operating in many of our churches. They have been identified as: Bin Sleepin, Bin Arguin, Bin Fightin, Bin Complainin, and Bin Missin. Their leader, Osama Bin Lucifer, trained these groups to destroy the Body of Christ. The plan is to come into the church disguised as Christians and to work within the church to discourage, disrupt, and destroy.

However, there have been reports of a sixth group. A tiny cell, known by the name Bin Prayin, is actually the only effective counter terrorism force in the church. Unlike other terrorist cells, the Bin Prayin team does not blend in with whomever and whatever comes along. Bin Prayin does whatever is needed to uplift and encourage the Body of Christ. We have noticed that the Bin Prayin cell group has different characteristics than the others. They have Bin Watchin, Bin Waitin, Bin Fastin, and Bin Longin for their Master, Jesus Christ to return.

To which cell group do you belong?

This was my response to his post:

We must keep in mind that John the Baptist would have been called a terrorist because he spoke out against the religious leadership for God. Jesus was considered a terrorist because He also spoke out against the leadership, the way they did things and their teaching. As was the Apostle Paul, and a host of others in the bible, they where sent by God to give His warning to the leaders about what they where doing wrong.

So we must be careful not to categorize every voice pointing out the wrong doings or bad teaching of church leadership as a terrorist, bad, they just may be Gods voice to the church. They just might be a Jeremiah, or John the Baptist sent by God to that church.

Something to think about.

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