Nobody Has Real Friends

Nobody Has Real Friends

Are all those tools for staying connected actually making you a worse friend?  [reference article below]

rct_enumclaw_00125_02Sure enough nobody has real friends anymore.

Sure enough nobody has real friends anymore because they do not want to be a friend. (too much work)

Sure enough nobody has real friends anymore because the love of most in the church is growing cold at an alarming rate.

Because of the increase of wickedness, the love of most will grow cold, but he who stands firm to the end will be saved. (Matthew 24:12-13)

Lesson: While everyone is checking their iPhones in church the love around them is growing cold. Coldness brings numbness. Thus degree, by degree at a certain point there is no sensation that the heat of God’s love is leaving. Want proof? I can provide you with one scripture that if it were obeyed in your church it would draw the attention of those who in truth hate Jesus. Alas, the end times come down to standing firm by simply not letting God’s flames of love go out in one’s heart and life.

Bonus: It is easy, extremely easy to see who has sound doctrine – you shall know them by their betrayal with hatred. At that time many will turn away from the faith and will betray and hate each other, (Matthew 24:10)

Opinion Unto Righteousness / Timothy Williams / Washington / Saturday, November 19, 2016

Article Reference

(—Imagine: You’re skimming your Twitter feed and notice a stream of sad tweets from a college friend. Without a moment’s thought, you send a funny GIF across the digital divide, content that you’ve cheered up your friend and made a positive mark on their day.
But, wait: You can’t quite remember where they’re living these days, or what they do for work. Did you miss their birthday? Chances are, you pop over to Facebook and check, reassure yourself that you’re caught up on their milestones, then go about your day. Are you still friends, even though you haven’t seen each other in years, or spoken in a non-digital medium?
Are all those tools for staying connected actually making you a worse friend?