Christians versus Church Folks don’t be deceived they are not the same

I wrote this 4 years ago but it is still so relevant:

I love Christians, but I can’t stand Church folks. Some will ask what’s the difference? Well here’s a list:

Church folks tear down other members.

Christians build up everyone they meet.

Church folks act like they are happy for your successes.

Christians really are actually happy for your success.

Church folks are extremely critical.

Christians will give correction, but they will always do it in love.

Church folks will give big so they can be viewed as big shots.

Christians cheerfully give what they have no matter how much it is.

Church folks worry and fret about what they wear to church.

Christians realize what is in the inside is more important than what is on the outside.

Church folks have a need to be seen doing good things.

Christians simply do good things

Church folks will come and see you when you are sick and tell everybody they did it.

Christians will come and see you, bring you a meal, and clean your house and not tell a soul.

Church folks say they love everybody.

Christians actually show love for everybody.

This is far from an inclusive list. Feel free to add to the list via the comment section.

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  • willholahan  On May 28, 2015 at 11:19 am

    This is a inciteful viewpoint as it points out hypocrisy. But why do both Christians and church folks feel the need to go around “correcting” others? Whether it’s done nicely or with contempt, it still a boundary violation. Tresspassing?

  • Orange  On June 2, 2015 at 2:08 pm

    The only thing I can infer from this entry is that you must not know very many Christians.

    • willholahan  On June 2, 2015 at 7:04 pm

      I know many Christians who are fine, I was raised Catholic. I’m talking about those people use blind adherence to the Bible as a means to discriminate. The not only hurt others, but they are stuntig their own spiritual growth.

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