An Important Message to Half and Half Christians, Lukewarm Christians, and “Barely” Christians

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23 Responses to “An Important Message to Half and Half Christians, Lukewarm Christians, and “Barely” Christians”

  1. By joebot1 on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    See, if he would …
    See, if he would just stick to being a garderner, I might be able to believe in him!!

  2. By ShellySummers on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    be exchanged. I am …
    be exchanged. I am glad that you are getting back to Jesus videos.

    Don’t forget the fun ones like the one you made for sonic and mario. Those were pretty cool.

  3. By ShellySummers on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    Fundamentalist say …
    Fundamentalist say i can’t be a christian because i am finally walking the life that Jesus laid out before me.

    Atheist say the same thing. But the thing is no one walks my path. I know of ts sisters that say god made a mistake with them. Thing is though. He didn’t make a mistake with us. He gave us a journey where people have to walk seperate from the path of others.

    Jesus didn’t bring up faith at dinner parties. He spoke with those that wanted to listen or in envirements where ideas can

  4. By LordShadrach on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    It seems the more …
    It seems the more Christians stagnate, the more evil takes over.

  5. By stonedcommander on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    your right,dont …
    your right,dont waste time on one blackhearted,unreachable lost soul.
    that time could be spent helping many who still have a chance.

  6. By quexalcoatl on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    Well, I do agree …
    Well, I do agree one shouldn’t be ashamed of what one believes in. I suppose our perspective on Jesus differs since I think he was simply an inspirational person like Gandhi and you may think he’s supernatural.

  7. By KithyKeisari on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    There may or may …
    There may or may not be a contradiction, I just wanted to say that it seems that even a ‘dead’ faith is sufficient (which might be perceived as offensive to the naturally introverted – the more charismatic you are thanks to the abilities god has given you, the more god loves you? Seems to doom people rather than offer them hope).

  8. By gusb232 on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    Well this is where …
    Well this is where We are on relative agreement.
    Moderate-Christian is a Oxymoron!
    Christ’s message is by its nature divisive.
    John3:18, luke14:26,Mat10:34, Mat5:18,
    News Flash Jesus is not a Moderate!

  9. By PROdotes on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    that’s the “10 …
    that’s the “10 talents” in the RCC version? :) if so… he might have given someone the gift of preaching, and someone else the gift of praying… i’ve met people who never preached and converted people… just by doing good deeds :)

  10. By bigjerre on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    No doubt some seem …
    No doubt some seem to keep themselves more, be aware that if you keep it all to yourself, other people will be missing out. Might I suggest you read “The Parable of the Ten Minas”. Jesus told it and it relates to this video.

  11. By SirTheistDRF on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    You and I probably …
    You and I probably disagree on eschatology, but nevertheless, I look forward to watching them.

  12. By bigjerre on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    There’s Jesus the …
    There’s Jesus the gardner who comes and mows our lawn every Wednesday. But Jesus Christ is the only one who will save you from your sinful ways and Godlessness. I suggest you read about Him.

  13. By bigjerre on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    The message goes …
    The message goes out to everybody. There are plenty of Christians who do more than I do regarding spreading the Word. I’m simply giving a jump start to those who don’t know how to profess their faith.

  14. By bigjerre on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    My video is simply …
    My video is simply an encouragement to Christians who don’t do much regarding their faith. Faith without works is dead. Not a contradiction. Christ said you will know them by their fruits. Fruitful Christians grow many trees.

  15. By bigjerre on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    God loves you, but …
    God loves you, but He will love you for doing His will.

  16. By joebot1 on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    who’s Jesus?
    who’s Jesus?

  17. By PROdotes on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    to learn about our …
    to learn about our faith and always be ready to defend it

  18. By PROdotes on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    while your vid is …
    while your vid is important since someone does have a calling to spread the word and doesn’t follow it… like a friend of mine who almost got married and and followed a worldly life but in the “last minute” decided to follow god and become a priest… you cant deny the fact that not everyone of us has a calling to spread the word all the time… some of us are the prayer types of person… some preach… and some just follow :)
    But yes… one of the tenets of the RCC is

  19. By quexalcoatl on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    To me it seemed …
    To me it seemed like ~a message to Christians who are not like me … I’m superior~ But then again I love hearing about what people believe, maybe you should discuss that instead? If you do something on ‘end-times’ check out Ezekeil 10:9-15 before reading Revelations.

  20. By KithyKeisari on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    Speaking about …
    Speaking about one’s faith may be important for other reasons, but it’s irrelevant for salvation (therefore unnecessary to do). Ephesians 2:8-9… “For by grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God. Not by works, lest any man should boast.”

    By emphasising how crucial you believe evangelising is in the eyes of god, you risk alienating those who regard spirituality as a highly personal endeavour and those who are simply introverted by nature.

  21. By SAUNDERSacts2618 on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    good work!
    good work!

  22. By trevorb6 on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    Oh, please… How …
    Oh, please… How can God, who “loves you with an everlasting love”, love you more or even less than He does now? Once you’ve accepted Jesus, you have moved from death to Life and this is not of yourself but a free gift from God. To suggest, as you do in your vid description, that God will love you more for something you do beyond having faith in Christ is not what the Bible teaches. It is this type of false doctrine that drives sinners away from Christ. Stop putting the cart before the horse!

  23. By lisainohiousa on Dec 31, 2008 | Reply

    You made some great …
    You made some great points and very well said. Great video Jerre! Can’t wait to see more videos from you! Keep up the good work!

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