Reno Omokri bemoaned that the problem of modern day religious people is that they do not learn outside of what they are taught in church and they tend to take whatever their pastors tell them wholly without proving the veracity.
He explained that the reason many pastors make merchandise of such people is that they are not noble Christians.
Taking to his Instagram page he wrote: A Few Truths From Scripture That May Annoy Many Christians (Part 1)
One of the greatest challenges we have in Christ follower-ship is laziness. Sadly, many religious people love to talk, but hate to read. As such, when you show them clear, incontrovertible, and unambiguous Scripture that disproves their denominational beliefs and dogmas, they will go ‘spiritual’ and cite ‘the letter killeth.’
Unfortunately, for them, Scripture warned us that “no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation.”-2 Peter 1:20.
God’s Holy Spirit would not contradict God’s Words.
The reason many pastors make merchandise of such people is that they are not noble Christians. It has nothing to do with the pastors. Many of them are opportunists and an opportunist will always take advantage of an opportunity.
What do I mean?
Acts 17:11 says:
“The Berean Jews were of more noble character than those in Thessalonica, for they received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true.”
Notice that the Berean believers listened to Paul, and understood what he said, yet, still went home to cross check what he said with Scripture, and only then did they accept it.
If you try that with many Christians you will be surprised. Rather than cross check their pastors words with Scripture, they will try to adjust Scripture to suit their pastors words.
Fact check your pastor. Fact check me. Fact check anybody who purports to teach you God’s words. Christ did not say ‘search your pastor’. He said “search the Scriptures”-John 5:39.
Source: www.Newzandar News.com