So I’ve Been Spiritually Abused, What Next? – How to Recognize and Respond to “Mean” Christians

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From Charisma Magazine by Richard M. Salazar Jr. – 5 Signs of a Mean-Spirited Leader

I was astounded when a close friend of mine recently forwarded a tweet to me sent out by Dr. Chuck Swindoll a few months back that read, “The problem with mean Christians is that not enough people have confronted them and told them to get lost!”

Go Chuck go! No one can say it any clearer than that. Mean Christians are very dangerous and can kill a person spiritually, and yes, I’ve personally witnessed physical death as a result of Christians being mean toward those who aren’t mature in the Lord. This is serious stuff my friends, and Chuck’s attitude is the right one to have toward these deceived people.

You might ask, “Why is this topic of such importance?” It’s important because now, more than ever, mean Christians are really starting to have a negative effect in the body of Christ and it’s becoming more and more evident and widely discussed globally. Our adversary has been pretty effective at tricking “so-called” Christians into becoming ravenous wolves. On the outside they display compassion, but on the inside they are filled with judgmental attitudes that ultimately hurt, divide and kill.

This sounds awfully close to how Jesus describes the devil in John 10:10, “The thief comes only to steal, kill and destroy.” Now is the time for more genuine-hearted leaders like Dr. Swindoll to stand up and call out those who are living the fake Christian life. These people do nothing but make it their business to go about the body of Christ injecting poison into the genuine work of Christ, and we must do all we can to make it stop!

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