The world would be a far better place-
‘If your brother does something wrong, go and have it out with him alone, between your two selves. If he listens to you, you have won back your brother. If he does not listen, take one or two others along with you: whatever the misdemeanour, the evidence of two or three witnesses is required to sustain the charge. But if he refuses to listen to these, report it to the community; and if he refuses to listen to the community, treat him like a gentile or a tax collector. (Matt. 18:15-17)
You can buy twitter followers from a company happy to help you be a fraud. And some of this company’s customers are ‘pastors’…
The Times reviewed business and court records showing that Devumi has more than 200,000 customers, including reality television stars, professional athletes, comedians, TED speakers, pastors and models. In most cases, the records show, they purchased their own followers. In others, their employees, agents, public relations companies, family members or friends did the buying. For just pennies each — sometimes even less — Devumi offers Twitter followers, views on YouTube, plays on SoundCloud, the music-hosting site, and endorsements on LinkedIn, the professional-networking site.
You should read this report and the next time you think ‘wow, John Piper and Steven Furtick and the other celeb ‘pastors’ sure have a lot of followers’ ask yourself how many of them are bought and paid for…
Deputies arriving at a solo crash Saturday morning in Tennessee encountered a bizarre scene.
Driver Chad O. England, 33, had climbed out of the cab of his wrecked pickup truck, then dashed away carrying a jar and “speaking gibberish,” reported WVLT. He told Sullivan County deputies responding to the 10 a.m. wreck northeast of Knoxville, Tenn., that he hadn’t run away but had been “called and was traveling to bow before someone.”
England’s 2015 Toyota Tacoma pickup truck had flipped five times after veering off the highway, according to The Bristol Hearld Courier. A Tennessee Highway Patrol report says England told officers he had closed his eyes and let go of the wheel.
“He said that Jesus was calling him and advised him to let go of the wheel, and that’s what he did,” the report states. He told officers he was behind the wheel, but wasn’t driving at the time of the crash.
Don’t blame Jesus for your stupidity.
So this is what it’s come to.