It’s important on this Christmas day to remember what it means to be a Christian.
What is Christianity?
Who was Christ?
What kind of person was he?
Contrary to what many false leaders of Christianity may think, Christ is rooted in individualism.
Christ was not a communist.
Christ was not a follower.
Christ was a rebel.
As were our Founding Fathers who rooted their rebellion in Christ’s emancipatory message.
Christianity has few rules beyond charity or treating others as you would want to be treated.
It’s an easy religion to join, but not so easy to follow.
Christianity concerns itself with the individual soul, not obedience to the dictates of conventional wisdom or what the pack thinks.
Christ wants to know what you as an individual are going to do with your life.
Christ does not ask you to put your finger in the air to see which way the wind is blowing.
Christ does not ask you to follow a popularity poll.
Nor does Christ ask you to follow a leader here on earth.
There is no worldly intercessor or interlocutor to God within Christianity.
Christ and the principles he espoused is your interlocutor.
His words are plain and easy to follow.
Of course, this has not prevented false prophets and false leaders from appointing themselves God’s representative here on Earth.
These leaders secretly despise Christ.
Christ put the kibosh on their racket.
The Sun King and the other divine kings and queens were such leaders.
As were the Roman Emperors before them.
As they fell other false leaders took their place.
We live in a treacherous world of evil men and women who would seek to destroy Christ’s message.
They know full well the power of Christ.
By day these modern leaders dress in suits, not robes, speak fancy words, attend church and hold prayer breakfasts.
By night, they strive to undermine the very individualism and trust that Christ’s message underscores.
Did Christ hold a prayer breakfast for Julius Caesar?
Did Christ ask his followers to go out into the world and kick ass?
Did Christ live in a walled-off development?
Did Christ separate himself from what our modern leaders call trailer park trash?
Did Christ sell out and get a lucrative contract from Caesar to provide all the chariots in Palestine?
From all sides of the political spectrum these modern leaders promote collectivism. They ask and encourage Americans to turn each other in to the authorities. They discourage Americans from attending church and visiting family members. They suppress free speech on the Internet which goes against the conventional wisdom that they define. In the school system they work toward a standardized approach to learning and teaching which they will control.
Over the past seventy-five years, they destroyed the family structure by shipping jobs out to China and Southeast Asia. They promoted gambling, tattoos, vile celebrity culture and cheap gossip. In place of well-paying jobs they gave Americans Oxycontin and low paying jobs at McDonalds. Around the world they created slave labor plantations where people toil thirteen hours a day to make six bucks.
While impoverishing the average American, they enriched themselves beyond comprehension. They awarded themselves lavish salaries and stock compensation packages. Not satisfied with their mansions, yachts, private jets, sprawling ranches and sports teams, they set out to steal American’s savings, homes and now businesses.
They are the new Sun Kings.
They give each other phony awards to beguile you. Nobel prizes, Academy awards, Pulitzer Prizes and Peabody awards are false awards given by them to themselves to cement in your mind their superiority.
Yet Christ renounced a crown.
Through their media these false gods now set out to control the freedom of your mind with their political correctness.
They are essential, of course, they tell you.
The ills of the world can only be solved by them, they say.
Their phony pedigrees at so-called prestigious schools often bought by bribes and family legacy confirm it.
The future appears bleak.
Conformity is demanded. All must submit.
The secular god has spoken, and so it is now appropriate to ask what will you do.
Christ wants to know.
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