Put Up or Shut Up Before You Castigate Christians For Being Wary Of the Terrorists That Are Hiding Among The “Refugees”

Posted: November 20, 2015 in Articles, Politics, Religion
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Some of you really make me SMH.

Myself nor mostly anyone (These Christians you hypocritically disparage) who is concerned with the Syrian Refugee Crisis would turn away one refugee that we knew was actually a refugee and for you to suggest that it is unChristian for us to NOT be “wary”of “evil” as Christ teaches us to be shows your lack of understanding of the scriptures as you try to use them to get your political way under the guise of “fairness”

The problem is that we do not know who is truly a refugee and who is a terrorist and none of you can show me in the Bible where we are supposed to aid criminals.

The Bible does say plenty about refugees but again..WE DON’T KNOW WHO THEY ARE and what’s sad is that many of the refugees that are not full blown terrorists or are not affiliated with a known group STILL support them (financially, physically, religiously, and vocally) to their own detriment.

When we know “who” the refugee is I am more than willing to help them and so is the majority of the Christian Army that so many are so eager to bash when we don’t fall in lockstep with your political chess board.

Until it was “His Time” Jesus routinely got away from those who were trying to kill Him. By some of your logic He should have let the crowd throw Him off of the cliff

Luke 4:28-30:   28And all the people in the synagogue were filled with rage as they heard these things; 29and they got up and drove Him out of the city, and led Him to the brow of the hill on which their city had been built, in order to throw Him down the cliff. 30But passing through their midst, He went His way.”

Was Jesus “wrong” for not staying there and being killed by those who wanted to kill Him?

Numerous times in the Bible we witness where people were trying to kill the disciples yet the disciples would escape.

They didn’t stay there to be killed…they escaped (if they could) and this debunks those that castigate Christians who simply see what is going on in Europe, Africa, and other places under the veil of the refugee crisis and have a desire to pause on the process until we can figure out how to stop the killers from coming I with the true people who need help.

To want to protect your loved ones is neither unChrist-like or unBiblical and for any of you to continue speaking as if it were I challenge you to out your money where you hypocritical mouth is.

NO ONE needs approval from the government to take in any of the refugees that are already here.

So, if you truly believe in what you say that we should bring in and help all of these refugees then I say that I can get you on the line with these many charities that can help you with that.

Many of you who spout hypocrisy have an extra couch, bedroom, and the means necessary to help these mostly “men” who you believe are no threat to you.
Let them sleep in your house to make more room at the “Christian” charities that are already helping them to make more room for others who need help.

So stop hypocritically preaching to the rest of us on how we should “help” those that want to kill us and our families and lead by your actions (hypocrites) since you soooo strongly believe in this.

You are hypocritical if you call on others to do what you are unwilling yourself to do so put up or shut up and please quit using my Lords Name for your political purposes.

 

Ron “Big Black” Garrett

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Comments
  1. zanspence says:

    I agree with this. I’m glad the House passed the reformed bill last week and it had at least 30% democratic signatures as well. And I’m glad governors including my own are putting at least a pause to more refugees. I was all for the refugees until Paris. I think some of the rhetoric that Democratic leadership is using in favor of the refugees in insensitive. People are genuinely traumatized by Paris on top of our past foreign and domestic attacks. We don’t have a hold on the issues we have here, how can we take on more? We don’t have a hold on stop and frisk. If we do strongly monitor a refugee and arrest them incorrectly it will be a civil rights nightmare. And what POTUS wants to say but can’t is : “There is no way to vet and predict that someone is and will stay a genuine non threat. But the greater good outweighs the risk”. But that’s not good enough. We’re too traumatized, evil is all around. We can’t risk anymore. The Boston bombers came to America as kids and then became radicalized. Why can’t we help with money and other types of aide?

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