Health, Wealth, and Christian Teachings - Why the World Does Not Care

Author : jihnymesaay
Publish Date : 2021-04-20 10:12:24
Health, Wealth, and Christian Teachings - Why the World Does Not Care

Being a Christian, I hear so much about money, prosperity, and health. I sorrow for the poor and the sick, but I also worry about the health of the modern church. I had assumed that certain common Christian terms return some major counts from Google Adwords. I was wrong. Two of the most frequently taught Christian concepts (prosperity and faith healing) carry little value in the worldwide scheme of importance. Health, money, and wealth rank high in the search engines, but have a poor showing of the terms as applied in Christianity.

This seems a paradox yet the answer is rather clear: though the secular world is greatly interested in health and money, they are not prone to accept the forgery that has invaded Christianity. This is not because they do not believe in get rich quick schemes or magic healing potions. The market is flooded with both ploys. State lotteries and other sanctioned forms of gambling draw people in droves. Energy and performance drugs invade every health market. The harder times get, and the lazier people become the greater is the income for these dream promoting moneymakers.

Aside from promises of instant healings and prosperity, two phrases that dominate Christian teachings are: 1) "God wants you to", and 2) "It is God's will". Neither of these two axioms carries any Google AdWords power. Thus we come to the point of this message.

The secular world cares not at all for our message. Two of the most valuable and important starting words in Christianity have been perverted so as to have no worth to anyone outside of the church environment. Why? Look at how they are being used.

God wants you to: It is God's will that you:

 

  • Prosper.
  • Be rich.
  • Have perfect health.
  • Never suffer.
  • Make the world envious of your wealth.
  • Drive new cars.
  • Live in new homes.
  • Have in abundance so that you can lavish your excess upon others.

 

I could carry this list further and add to it many more modern day Christian promises. Is it any wonder that the world as a whole has lost interest in our message, if a message we still have? Not that these promises are all untrue, but rather that they do not bear out as routinely fulfilled. We have changed the order of the message such that Christian's are too often left holding an empty bag. They come to the church assemblies, receive foolishness, see it for what it is and grow disgusted at the lack of power, and then they leave. The secular world sees and knows the truth behind this.

Being a Christian, I hear so much about money, prosperity, and health. I sorrow for the poor and the sick, but I also worry about the health of the modern church. I had assumed that certain common Christian terms return some major counts from Google Adwords. I was wrong. Two of the most frequently taught Christian concepts (prosperity and faith healing) carry little value in the worldwide scheme of importance. Health, money, and wealth rank high in the search engines, but have a poor showing of the terms as applied in Christianity.

This seems a paradox yet the answer is rather clear: though the secular world is greatly interested in health and money, they are not prone to accept the forgery that has invaded Christianity. This is not because they do not believe in get rich quick schemes or magic healing potions. The market is flooded with both ploys. State lotteries and other sanctioned forms of gambling draw people in droves. Energy and performance drugs invade every health market. The harder times get, and the lazier people become the greater is the income for these dream promoting moneymakers.

Aside from promises of instant healings and prosperity, two phrases that dominate Christian teachings are: 1) "God wants you to", and 2) "It is God's will". Neither of these two axioms carries any Google AdWords power. Thus we come to the point of this message.

The secular world cares not at all for our message. Two of the most valuable and important starting words in Christianity have been perverted so as to have no worth to anyone outside of the church environment. Why? Look at how they are being used.

God wants you to: It is God's will that you:

 

  • Prosper.
  • Be rich.
  • Have perfect health.
  • Never suffer.
  • Make the world envious of your wealth.
  • Drive new cars.
  • Live in new homes.
  • Have in abundance so that you can lavish your excess upon others.

 

I could carry this list further and add to it many more modern day Christian promises. Is it any wonder that the world as a whole has lost interest in our message, if a message we still have? Not that these promises are all untrue, but rather that they do not bear out as routinely fulfilled. We have changed the order of the message such that Christian's are too often left holding an empty bag. They come to the church assemblies, receive foolishness, see it for what it is and grow disgusted at the lack of power, and then they leave. The secular world sees and knows the truth behind this.

Being a Christian, I hear so much about money, prosperity, and health. I sorrow for the poor and the sick, but I also worry about the health of the modern church. I had assumed that certain common Christian terms return some major counts from Google Adwords. I was wrong. Two of the most frequently taught Christian concepts (prosperity and faith healing) carry little value in the worldwide scheme of importance. Health, money, and wealth rank high in the search engines, but have a poor showing of the terms as applied in Christianity.

This seems a paradox yet the answer is rather clear: though the secular world is greatly interested in health and money, they are not prone to accept the forgery that has invaded Christianity. This is not because they do not believe in get rich quick schemes or magic healing potions. The market is flooded with both ploys. State lotteries and other sanctioned forms of gambling draw people in droves. Energy and performance drugs invade every health market. The harder times get, and the lazier people become the greater is the income for these dream promoting moneymakers.

Aside from promises of instant healings and prosperity, two phrases that dominate Christian teachings are: 1) "God wants you to", and 2) "It is God's will". Neither of these two axioms carries any Google AdWords power. Thus we come to the point of this message.

The secular world cares not at all for our message. Two of the most valuable and important starting words in Christianity have been perverted so as to have no worth to anyone outside of the church environment. Why? Look at how they are being used.

God wants you to: It is God's will that you:

 

  • Prosper.
  • Be rich.
  • Have perfect health.
  • Never suffer.
  • Make the world envious of your wealth.
  • Drive new cars.
  • Live in new homes.
  • Have in abundance so that you can lavish your excess upon others.

 

I could carry this list further and add to it many more modern day Christian promises. Is it any wonder that the world as a whole has lost interest in our message, if a message we still have? Not that these promises are all untrue, but rather that they do not bear out as routinely fulfilled. We have changed the order of the message such that Christian's are too often left holding an empty bag. They come to the church assemblies, receive foolishness, see it for what it is and grow disgusted at the lack of power, and then they leave. The secular world sees and knows the truth behind this.

Being a Christian, I hear so much about money, prosperity, and health. I sorrow for the poor and the sick, but I also worry about the health of the modern church. I had assumed that certain common Christian terms return some major counts from Google Adwords. I was wrong. Two of the most frequently taught Christian concepts (prosperity and faith healing) carry little value in the worldwide scheme of importance. Health, money, and wealth rank high in the search engines, but have a poor showing of the terms as applied in Christianity.

This seems a paradox yet the answer is rather clear: though the secular world is greatly interested in health and money, they are not prone to accept the forgery that has invaded Christianity. This is not because they do not believe in get rich quick schemes or magic healing potions. The market is flooded with both ploys. State lotteries and other sanctioned forms of gambling draw people in droves. Energy and performance drugs invade every health market. The harder times get, and the lazier people become the greater is the income for these dream promoting moneymakers.

Aside from promises of instant healings and prosperity, two phrases that dominate Christian teachings are: 1) "God wants you to", and 2) "It is God's will". Neither of these two axioms carries any Google AdWords power. Thus we come to the point of this message.

The secular world cares not at all for our message. Two of the most valuable and important starting words in Christianity have been perverted so as to have no worth to anyone outside of the church environment. Why? Look at how they are being used.

God wants you to: It is God's will that you:

 

  • Prosper.
  • Be rich.
  • Have perfect health.
  • Never suffer.
  • Make the world envious of your wealth.
  • Drive new cars.
  • Live in new homes.
  • Have in abundance so that you can lavish your excess upon others.

 

I could carry this list further and add to it many more modern day Christian promises. Is it any wonder that the world as a whole has lost interest in our message, if a message we still have? Not that these promises are all untrue, but rather that they do not bear out as routinely fulfilled. We have changed the order of the message such that Christian's are too often left holding an empty bag. They come to the church assemblies, receive foolishness, see it for what it is and grow disgusted at the lack of power, and then they leave. The secular world sees and knows the truth behind this.

Being a Christian, I hear so much about money, prosperity, and health. I sorrow for the poor and the sick, but I also worry about the health of the modern church. I had assumed that certain common Christian terms return some major counts from Google Adwords. I was wrong. Two of the most frequently taught Christian concepts (prosperity and faith healing) carry little value in the worldwide scheme of importance. Health, money, and wealth rank high in the search engines, but have a poor showing of the terms as applied in Christianity.

This seems a paradox yet the answer is rather clear: though the secular world is greatly interested in health and money, they are not prone to accept the forgery that has invaded Christianity. This is not because they do not believe in get rich quick schemes or magic healing potions. The market is flooded with both ploys. State lotteries and other sanctioned forms of gambling draw people in droves. Energy and performance drugs invade every health market. The harder times get, and the lazier people become the greater is the income for these dream promoting moneymakers.

Aside from promises of instant healings and prosperity, two phrases that dominate Christian teachings are: 1) "God wants you to", and 2) "It is God's will". Neither of these two axioms carries any Google AdWords power. Thus we come to the point of this message.

The secular world cares not at all for our message. Two of the most valuable and important starting words in Christianity have been perverted so as to have no worth to anyone outside of the church environment. Why? Look at how they are being used.

God wants you to: It is God's will that you:

 

  • Prosper.
  • Be rich.
  • Have perfect health.
  • Never suffer.
  • Make the world envious of your wealth.
  • Drive new cars.
  • Live in new homes.
  • Have in abundance so that you can lavish your excess upon others.

 

I could carry this list further and add to it many more modern day Christian promises. Is it any wonder that the world as a whole has lost interest in our message, if a message we still have? Not that these promises are all untrue, but rather that they do not bear out as routinely fulfilled. We have changed the order of the message such that Christian's are too often left holding an empty bag. They come to the church assemblies, receive foolishness, see it for what it is and grow disgusted at the lack of power, and then they leave. The secular world sees and knows the truth behind this.

Being a Christian, I hear so much about money, prosperity, and health. I sorrow for the poor and the sick, but I also worry about the health of the modern church. I had assumed that certain common Christian terms return some major counts from Google Adwords. I was wrong. Two of the most frequently taught Christian concepts (prosperity and faith healing) carry little value in the worldwide scheme of importance. Health, money, and wealth rank high in the search engines, but have a poor showing of the terms as applied in Christianity.

This seems a paradox yet the answer is rather clear: though the secular world is greatly interested in health and money, they are not prone to accept the forgery that has invaded Christianity. This is not because they do not believe in get rich quick schemes or magic healing potions. The market is flooded with both ploys. State lotteries and other sanctioned forms of gambling draw people in droves. Energy and performance drugs invade every health market. The harder times get, and the lazier people become the greater is the income for these dream promoting moneymakers.

Aside from promises of instant healings and prosperity, two phrases that dominate Christian teachings are: 1) "God wants you to", and 2) "It is God's will". Neither of these two axioms carries any Google AdWords power. Thus we come to the point of this message.

The secular world cares not at all for our message. Two of the most valuable and important starting words in Christianity have been perverted so as to have no worth to anyone outside of the church environment. Why? Look at how they are being used.

God wants you to: It is God's will that you:

 

  • Prosper.
  • Be rich.
  • Have perfect health.
  • Never suffer.
  • Make the world envious of your wealth.
  • Drive new cars.
  • Live in new homes.
  • Have in abundance so that you can lavish your excess upon others.

 

I could carry this list further and add to it many more modern day Christian promises. Is it any wonder that the world as a whole has lost interest in our message, if a message we still have? Not that these promises are all untrue, but rather that they do not bear out as routinely fulfilled. We have changed the order of the message such that Christian's are too often left holding an empty bag. They come to the church assemblies, receive foolishness, see it for what it is and grow disgusted at the lack of power, and then they leave. The secular world sees and knows the truth behind this.

Being a Christian, I hear so much about money, prosperity, and health. I sorrow for the poor and the sick, but I also worry about the health of the modern church. I had assumed that certain common Christian terms return some major counts from Google Adwords. I was wrong. Two of the most frequently taught Christian concepts (prosperity and faith healing) carry little value in the worldwide scheme of importance. Health, money, and wealth rank high in the search engines, but have a poor showing of the terms as applied in Christianity.

This seems a paradox yet the answer is rather clear: though the secular world is greatly interested in health and money, they are not prone to accept the forgery that has invaded Christianity. This is not because they do not believe in get rich quick schemes or magic healing potions. The market is flooded with both ploys. State lotteries and other sanctioned forms of gambling draw people in droves. Energy and performance drugs invade every health market. The harder times get, and the lazier people become the greater is the income for these dream promoting moneymakers.

Aside from promises of instant healings and prosperity, two phrases that dominate Christian teachings are: 1) "God wants you to", and 2) "It is God's will". Neither of these two axioms carries any Google AdWords power. Thus we come to the point of this message.

The secular world cares not at all for our message. Two of the most valuable and important starting words in Christianity have been perverted so as to have no worth to anyone outside of the church environment. Why? Look at how they are being used.

God wants you to: It is God's will that you:

 

  • Prosper.
  • Be rich.
  • Have perfect health.
  • Never suffer.
  • Make the world envious of your wealth.
  • Drive new cars.
  • Live in new homes.
  • Have in abundance so that you can lavish your excess upon others.

 

I could carry this list further and add to it many more modern day Christian promises. Is it any wonder that the world as a whole has lost interest in our message, if a message we still have? Not that these promises are all untrue, but rather that they do not bear out as routinely fulfilled. We have changed the order of the message such that Christian's are too often left holding an empty bag. They come to the church assemblies, receive foolishness, see it for what it is and grow disgusted at the lack of power, and then they leave. The secular world sees and knows the truth behind this.

Being a Christian, I hear so much about money, prosperity, and health. I sorrow for the poor and the sick, but I also worry about the health of the modern church. I had assumed that certain common Christian terms return some major counts from Google Adwords. I was wrong. Two of the most frequently taught Christian concepts (prosperity and faith healing) carry little value in the worldwide scheme of importance. Health, money, and wealth rank high in the search engines, but have a poor showing of the terms as applied in Christianity.

This seems a paradox yet the answer is rather clear: though the secular world is greatly interested in health and money, they are not prone to accept the forgery that has invaded Christianity. This is not because they do not believe in get rich quick schemes or magic healing potions. The market is flooded with both ploys. State lotteries and other sanctioned forms of gambling draw people in droves. Energy and performance drugs invade every health market. The harder times get, and the lazier people become the greater is the income for these dream promoting moneymakers.

Aside from promises of instant healings and prosperity, two phrases that dominate Christian teachings are: 1) "God wants you to", and 2) "It is God's will". Neither of these two axioms carries any Google AdWords power. Thus we come to the point of this message.

The secular world cares not at all for our message. Two of the most valuable and important starting words in Christianity have been perverted so as to have no worth to anyone outside of the church environment. Why? Look at how they are being used.

God wants you to: It is God's will that you:

 

  • Prosper.
  • Be rich.
  • Have perfect health.
  • Never suffer.
  • Make the world envious of your wealth.
  • Drive new cars.
  • Live in new homes.
  • Have in abundance so that you can lavish your excess upon others.

 

I could carry this list further and add to it many more modern day Christian promises. Is it any wonder that the world as a whole has lost interest in our message, if a message we still have? Not that these promises are all untrue, but rather that they do not bear out as routinely fulfilled. We have changed the order of the message such that Christian's are too often left holding an empty bag. They come to the church assemblies, receive foolishness, see it for what it is and grow disgusted at the lack of power, and then they leave. The secular world sees and knows the truth behind this.

Being a Christian, I hear so much about money, prosperity, and health. I sorrow for the poor and the sick, but I also worry about the health of the modern church. I had assumed that certain common Christian terms return some major counts from Google Adwords. I was wrong. Two of the most frequently taught Christian concepts (prosperity and faith healing) carry little value in the worldwide scheme of importance. Health, money, and wealth rank high in the search engines, but have a poor showing of the terms as applied in Christianity.

This seems a paradox yet the answer is rather clear: though the secular world is greatly interested in health and money, they are not prone to accept the forgery that has invaded Christianity. This is not because they do not believe in get rich quick schemes or magic healing potions. The market is flooded with both ploys. State lotteries and other sanctioned forms of gambling draw people in droves. Energy and performance drugs invade every health market. The harder times get, and the lazier people become the greater is the income for these dream promoting moneymakers.

Aside from promises of instant healings and prosperity, two phrases that dominate Christian teachings are: 1) "God wants you to", and 2) "It is God's will". Neither of these two axioms carries any Google AdWords power. Thus we come to the point of this message.

The secular world cares not at all for our message. Two of the most valuable and important starting words in Christianity have been perverted so as to have no worth to anyone outside of the church environment. Why? Look at how they are being used.

God wants you to: It is God's will that you:

 

  • Prosper.
  • Be rich.
  • Have perfect health.
  • Never suffer.
  • Make the world envious of your wealth.
  • Drive new cars.
  • Live in new homes.
  • Have in abundance so that you can lavish your excess upon others.

 

I could carry this list further and add to it many more modern day Christian promises. Is it any wonder that the world as a whole has lost interest in our message, if a message we still have? Not that these promises are all untrue, but rather that they do not bear out as routinely fulfilled. We have changed the order of the message such that Christian's are too often left holding an empty bag. They come to the church assemblies, receive foolishness, see it for what it is and grow disgusted at the lack of power, and then they leave. The secular world sees and knows the truth behind this.

Being a Christian, I hear so much about money, prosperity, and health. I sorrow for the poor and the sick, but I also worry about the health of the modern church. I had assumed that certain common Christian terms return some major counts from Google Adwords. I was wrong. Two of the most frequently taught Christian concepts (prosperity and faith healing) carry little value in the worldwide scheme of importance. Health, money, and wealth rank high in the search engines, but have a poor showing of the terms as applied in Christianity.

This seems a paradox yet the answer is rather clear: though the secular world is greatly interested in health and money, they are not prone to accept the forgery that has invaded Christianity. This is not because they do not believe in get rich quick schemes or magic healing potions. The market is flooded with both ploys. State lotteries and other sanctioned forms of gambling draw people in droves. Energy and performance drugs invade every health market. The harder times get, and the lazier people become the greater is the income for these dream promoting moneymakers.

Aside from promises of instant healings and prosperity, two phrases that dominate Christian teachings are: 1) "God wants you to", and 2) "It is God's will". Neither of these two axioms carries any Google AdWords power. Thus we come to the point of this message.

The secular world cares not at all for our message. Two of the most valuable and important starting words in Christianity have been perverted so as to have no worth to anyone outside of the church environment. Why? Look at how they are being used.

God wants you to: It is God's will that you:

 

  • Prosper.
  • Be rich.
  • Have perfect health.
  • Never suffer.
  • Make the world envious of your wealth.
  • Drive new cars.
  • Live in new homes.
  • Have in abundance so that you can lavish your excess upon others.

 

I could carry this list further and add to it many more modern day Christian promises. Is it any wonder that the world as a whole has lost interest in our message, if a message we still have? Not that these promises are all untrue, but rather that they do not bear out as routinely fulfilled. We have changed the order of the message such that Christian's are too often left holding an empty bag. They come to the church assemblies, receive foolishness, see it for what it is and grow disgusted at the lack of power, and then they leave. The secular world sees and knows the truth behind this.

Being a Christian, I hear so much about money, prosperity, and health. I sorrow for the poor and the sick, but I also worry about the health of the modern church. I had assumed that certain common Christian terms return some major counts from Google Adwords. I was wrong. Two of the most frequently taught Christian concepts (prosperity and faith healing) carry little value in the worldwide scheme of importance. Health, money, and wealth rank high in the search engines, but have a poor showing of the terms as applied in Christianity.

This seems a paradox yet the answer is rather clear: though the secular world is greatly interested in health and money, they are not prone to accept the forgery that has invaded Christianity. This is not because they do not believe in get rich quick schemes or magic healing potions. The market is flooded with both ploys. State lotteries and other sanctioned forms of gambling draw people in droves. Energy and performance drugs invade every health market. The harder times get, and the lazier people become the greater is the income for these dream promoting moneymakers.

Aside from promises of instant healings and prosperity, two phrases that dominate Christian teachings are: 1) "God wants you to", and 2) "It is God's will". Neither of these two axioms carries any Google AdWords power. Thus we come to the point of this message.

The secular world cares not at all for our message. Two of the most valuable and important starting words in Christianity have been perverted so as to have no worth to anyone outside of the church environment. Why? Look at how they are being used.

God wants you to: It is God's will that you:

 

  • Prosper.
  • Be rich.
  • Have perfect health.
  • Never suffer.
  • Make the world envious of your wealth.
  • Drive new cars.
  • Live in new homes.
  • Have in abundance so that you can lavish your excess upon others.

 

I could carry this list further and add to it many more modern day Christian promises. Is it any wonder that the world as a whole has lost interest in our message, if a message we still have? Not that these promises are all untrue, but rather that they do not bear out as routinely fulfilled. We have changed the order of the message such that Christian's are too often left holding an empty bag. They come to the church assemblies, receive foolishness, see it for what it is and grow disgusted at the lack of power, and then they leave. The secular world sees and knows the truth behind this.

Being a Christian, I hear so much about money, prosperity, and health. I sorrow for the poor and the sick, but I also worry about the health of the modern church. I had assumed that certain common Christian terms return some major counts from Google Adwords. I was wrong. Two of the most frequently taught Christian concepts (prosperity and faith healing) carry little value in the worldwide scheme of importance. Health, money, and wealth rank high in the search engines, but have a poor showing of the terms as applied in Christianity.

This seems a paradox yet the answer is rather clear: though the secular world is greatly interested in health and money, they are not prone to accept the forgery that has invaded Christianity. This is not because they do not believe in get rich quick schemes or magic healing potions. The market is flooded with both ploys. State lotteries and other sanctioned forms of gambling draw people in droves. Energy and performance drugs invade every health market. The harder times get, and the lazier people become the greater is the income for these dream promoting moneymakers.

Aside from promises of instant healings and prosperity, two phrases that dominate Christian teachings are: 1) "God wants you to", and 2) "It is God's will". Neither of these two axioms carries any Google AdWords power. Thus we come to the point of this message.

The secular world cares not at all for our message. Two of the most valuable and important starting words in Christianity have been perverted so as to have no worth to anyone outside of the church environment. Why? Look at how they are being used.

God wants you to: It is God's will that you:

 

  • Prosper.
  • Be rich.
  • Have perfect health.
  • Never suffer.
  • Make the world envious of your wealth.
  • Drive new cars.
  • Live in new homes.
  • Have in abundance so that you can lavish your excess upon others.

 

I could carry this list further and add to it many more modern day Christian promises. Is it any wonder that the world as a whole has lost interest in our message, if a message we still have? Not that these promises are all untrue, but rather that they do not bear out as routinely fulfilled. We have changed the order of the message such that Christian's are too often left holding an empty bag. They come to the church assemblies, receive foolishness, see it for what it is and grow disgusted at the lack of power, and then they leave. The secular world sees and knows the truth behind this.

Being a Christian, I hear so much about money, prosperity, and health. I sorrow for the poor and the sick, but I also worry about the health of the modern church. I had assumed that certain common Christian terms return some major counts from Google Adwords. I was wrong. Two of the most frequently taught Christian concepts (prosperity and faith healing) carry little value in the worldwide scheme of importance. Health, money, and wealth rank high in the search engines, but have a poor showing of the terms as applied in Christianity.

This seems a paradox yet the answer is rather clear: though the secular world is greatly interested in health and money, they are not prone to accept the forgery that has invaded Christianity. This is not because they do not believe in get rich quick schemes or magic healing potions. The market is flooded with both ploys. State lotteries and other sanctioned forms of gambling draw people in droves. Energy and performance drugs invade every health market. The harder times get, and the lazier people become the greater is the income for these dream promoting moneymakers.

Aside from promises of instant healings and prosperity, two phrases that dominate Christian teachings are: 1) "God wants you to", and 2) "It is God's will". Neither of these two axioms carries any Google AdWords power. Thus we come to the point of this message.

The secular world cares not at all for our message. Two of the most valuable and important starting words in Christianity have been perverted so as to have no worth to anyone outside of the church environment. Why? Look at how they are being used.

God wants you to: It is God's will that you:

 

  • Prosper.
  • Be rich.
  • Have perfect health.
  • Never suffer.
  • Make the world envious of your wealth.
  • Drive new cars.
  • Live in new homes.
  • Have in abundance so that you can lavish your excess upon others.

 

I could carry this list further and add to it many more modern day Christian promises. Is it any wonder that the world as a whole has lost interest in our message, if a message we still have? Not that these promises are all untrue, but rather that they do not bear out as routinely fulfilled. We have changed the order of the message such that Christian's are too often left holding an empty bag. They come to the church assemblies, receive foolishness, see it for what it is and grow disgusted at the lack of power, and then they leave. The secular world sees and knows the truth behind this.

Being a Christian, I hear so much about money, prosperity, and health. I sorrow for the poor and the sick, but I also worry about the health of the modern church. I had assumed that certain common Christian terms return some major counts from Google Adwords. I was wrong. Two of the most frequently taught Christian concepts (prosperity and faith healing) carry little value in the worldwide scheme of importance. Health, money, and wealth rank high in the search engines, but have a poor showing of the terms as applied in Christianity.

This seems a paradox yet the answer is rather clear: though the secular world is greatly interested in health and money, they are not prone to accept the forgery that has invaded Christianity. This is not because they do not believe in get rich quick schemes or magic healing potions. The market is flooded with both ploys. State lotteries and other sanctioned forms of gambling draw people in droves. Energy and performance drugs invade every health market. The harder times get, and the lazier people become the greater is the income for these dream promoting moneymakers.

Aside from promises of instant healings and prosperity, two phrases that dominate Christian teachings are: 1) "God wants you to", and 2) "It is God's will". Neither of these two axioms carries any Google AdWords power. Thus we come to the point of this message.

The secular world cares not at all for our message. Two of the most valuable and important starting words in Christianity have been perverted so as to have no worth to anyone outside of the church environment. Why? Look at how they are being used.

God wants you to: It is God's will that you:

 

  • Prosper.
  • Be rich.
  • Have perfect health.
  • Never suffer.
  • Make the world envious of your wealth.
  • Drive new cars.
  • Live in new homes.
  • Have in abundance so that you can lavish your excess upon others.

 

I could carry this list further and add to it many more modern day Christian promises. Is it any wonder that the world as a whole has lost interest in our message, if a message we still have? Not that these promises are all untrue, but rather that they do not bear out as routinely fulfilled. We have changed the order of the message such that Christian's are too often left holding an empty bag. They come to the church assemblies, receive foolishness, see it for what it is and grow disgusted at the lack of power, and then they leave. The secular world sees and knows the truth behind this.

Being a Christian, I hear so much about money, prosperity, and health. I sorrow for the poor and the sick, but I also worry about the health of the modern church. I had assumed that certain common Christian terms return some major counts from Google Adwords. I was wrong. Two of the most frequently taught Christian concepts (prosperity and faith healing) carry little value in the worldwide scheme of importance. Health, money, and wealth rank high in the search engines, but have a poor showing of the terms as applied in Christianity.

This seems a paradox yet the answer is rather clear: though the secular world is greatly interested in health and money, they are not prone to accept the forgery that has invaded Christianity. This is not because they do not believe in get rich quick schemes or magic healing potions. The market is flooded with both ploys. State lotteries and other sanctioned forms of gambling draw people in droves. Energy and performance drugs invade every health market. The harder times get, and the lazier people become the greater is the income for these dream promoting moneymakers.

Aside from promises of instant healings and prosperity, two phrases that dominate Christian teachings are: 1) "God wants you to", and 2) "It is God's will". Neither of these two axioms carries any Google AdWords power. Thus we come to the point of this message.

The secular world cares not at all for our message. Two of the most valuable and important starting words in Christianity have been perverted so as to have no worth to anyone outside of the church environment. Why? Look at how they are being used.

God wants you to: It is God's will that you:

 

  • Prosper.
  • Be rich.
  • Have perfect health.
  • Never suffer.
  • Make the world envious of your wealth.
  • Drive new cars.
  • Live in new homes.
  • Have in abundance so that you can lavish your excess upon others.

 

I could carry this list further and add to it many more modern day Christian promises. Is it any wonder that the world as a whole has lost interest in our message, if a message we still have? Not that these promises are all untrue, but rather that they do not bear out as routinely fulfilled. We have changed the order of the message such that Christian's are too often left holding an empty bag. They come to the church assemblies, receive foolishness, see it for what it is and grow disgusted at the lack of power, and then they leave. The secular world sees and knows the truth behind this.

Being a Christian, I hear so much about money, prosperity, and health. I sorrow for the poor and the sick, but I also worry about the health of the modern church. I had assumed that certain common Christian terms return some major counts from Google Adwords. I was wrong. Two of the most frequently taught Christian concepts (prosperity and faith healing) carry little value in the worldwide scheme of importance. Health, money, and wealth rank high in the search engines, but have a poor showing of the terms as applied in Christianity.

This seems a paradox yet the answer is rather clear: though the secular world is greatly interested in health and money, they are not prone to accept the forgery that has invaded Christianity. This is not because they do not believe in get rich quick schemes or magic healing potions. The market is flooded with both ploys. State lotteries and other sanctioned forms of gambling draw people in droves. Energy and performance drugs invade every health market. The harder times get, and the lazier people become the greater is the income for these dream promoting moneymakers.

Aside from promises of instant healings and prosperity, two phrases that dominate Christian teachings are: 1) "God wants you to", and 2) "It is God's will". Neither of these two axioms carries any Google AdWords power. Thus we come to the point of this message.

The secular world cares not at all for our message. Two of the most valuable and important starting words in Christianity have been perverted so as to have no worth to anyone outside of the church environment. Why? Look at how they are being used.

God wants you to: It is God's will that you:

 

  • Prosper.
  • Be rich.
  • Have perfect health.
  • Never suffer.
  • Make the world envious of your wealth.
  • Drive new cars.
  • Live in new homes.
  • Have in abundance so that you can lavish your excess upon others.

 

I could carry this list further and add to it many more modern day Christian promises. Is it any wonder that the world as a whole has lost interest in our message, if a message we still have? Not that these promises are all untrue, but rather that they do not bear out as routinely fulfilled. We have changed the order of the message such that Christian's are too often left holding an empty bag. They come to the church assemblies, receive foolishness, see it for what it is and grow disgusted at the lack of power, and then they leave. The secular world sees and knows the truth behind this.

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