So one may find that even a close ally may become a “bitter twitter” or “snapcrap” or “instacrap.” I really don’t intend to be rude but I need to get a point across here.
It is estimated that just two percent of Christians are true disciples. If that estimate is correct, it means that there are many folks out there who may appear to be nice but, given the opportunity, they may grow sharp claws.
Social media is a place where most account holders pretend to be what they are not. More so when you are in a feelgood industry where one needs to smile and be friendly even when a dagger sits stuck between your shoulder blades, piercing your heart.
One sure way to lose followers, is to mention Jesus. Every time I do it, I lose a few followers. Light sometimes offends darkness – there just is a spiritual mismatch. I don’t mean to say that others are nasty or false, but rather that different spiritual forces drive different people. It is a battle that started in Eden and it will always continue on this side of the grave.
Do not be surprised if you are suddenly assaulted on socialmedia as your spiritual nature alone could clash with the opposite side. Darkness doesn’t love the Light.
Easy to resolve.
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