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  • Writer's pictureDamon Davis


"If the world hates you, you know that it hated Me before it hated you." (John 15:18, NKJV)

If you see a Christian character on a movie or TV show, they will always be:

1. On the verge of an awakening that "religion" is a farce. 2. A power-hungry psycho using religion to manipulate people. 3. A deceitful hypocrite that does underhanded and abusive acts behind the scenes. 4. An unusually naive person with an apparent low IQ.

No matter the scenario, the message is still the implication are still the same; faith is a waste of time, especially biblical faith. People are picking up loud and clear on the false and subversive message.

No wonder why Jesus questioned whether faith would be found when He returns.

"...when the Son of Man comes, will He really find faith on the earth?" (Luke 18:8b, NKJV)

When so many Christians have led and established fruitful works in our nation and communities, ask yourself why. Obviously, with some exceptions, most of the Christians I know are hard-working, educated, and family-oriented people that consistently give their time and money to others.

Movies and TV are reconditioning our thoughts and popular opinion.

For this reason, racist Bible-toters get more airtime than the Christians that habitually put boots on the ground and provide supplies at nearly every natural disaster scene in this nation.

Some people are starting to feel some type of way about church, but much of it is you are being programmed to feel some type of way.

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