Second, as to prosperity/blessing, many Christians lived B2C Telemarketing List a life of suffering even thought they were much more pious and moral that any of us today. Yet these messages explicitly offer reward or punishment for a human action that is B2C Telemarketing List not faith, and deny the Gospel of the Cross. HOW NOT TO DENY JESUS (with messages) So now that we are not going to respond to the "if you don't fwd this you deny Jesus" messages, are we stuck B2C Telemarketing List with avoiding conversations about Jesus in our social networks or sms? Are all christian messages bad? Of course not! There are many ways to use communication for the glory of God (and basically anyway you use it, as long as you avoid spam and lies, it will be beneficial.
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