Philippic speeches that slander family, friends, associates and frenemies...
The free range of philippic speeches or words on the web lands under minimal laws and regulations that prevent defamation or slander, they bite whomever is in the way.
The horrific talk comes from the mouth of bitter souls that say, God is in control of my life or speak that God is my way out of entangled fiascos... some fiascos that were self-invited, while others came unbeknownst to them. Hmm?
Why do I question that?
God is not the author of confusion, bickering, quarrels and fights. Although some believers find themselves in the midst of these fiascos, they are often reminded that “A fool’s mouth is his ruin, And his lips are the snare of his soul,” (Proverbs 18:7). They quickly remove themselves.
The social web is a screen for the hurt hurting the hurt... as they air out verbal laundry filthier than their dirty clothes.
They refuse to be the person that “...answers before he hears [the facts]— because they have no concerns about “folly and shame to himself...” (Proverbs 18:13).
“I just need to vent publicly, because it feels good to release my true feelings, to indirectly slander and hurt another’s name.”
And yes, I’m referring to those who profess to be Christians “holding to a form of [outward] godliness (religion), although they have denied its power [for their conduct nullifies their claim of faith]...,” (2 Timothy 3:5).
Don’t hide! These types of conversations make those who verbally speak that they serve God but their hearts are far from him say, “you ain’t talking about me, I don’t really know God like that!” Hmm! You attach to God when it’s convenient?
How despicable of you who use the web platform to slander family, friends, associates and frenemies... it speaks volumes about your character. But you to will hide, saying “I don’t know God like that” or “child I know I’m not all the way right with God but...” but what? Again, convenience.
How do you think God feels when you use His name for convenience?
Let’s speak a moment about the form of godliness. God spoke to John about the church of Laocidia who practice religion yet maintain sinful practices. They were named as being lukewarm, neither hot or cold.
Ok... I’ll be a little more specific. When you attempt to speak praises and blessings of God in your life, but use the web platform to throw shade because you are bitter, have hatred, malicious, and to intentionally hurt other groups or persons... You are not a solidified believer of Christ.
You are the Christian that God said, “...you are lukewarm (spiritually useless), and neither hot nor cold, I will vomit you out of My mouth [rejecting you with disgust],” (Revelation 3:16).
You see, it’s one thing to speak facts and truth in the spirit of love verses facts and truth in the spirit of manipulation, bitterness, and hatred, truth that become to lies. Hmm!