Why Christian bashers of President Duterte on Facebook is Satan’s Social Media Hobby
It’s a nightmare to hear a national leader make jokes about rape, cuss, or berate anyone because he did not get the respect he deserves as President–the irony. Duterte’s confounding character may well deserve bashing, but is it the right thing to do?
→ Am I sinning if I criticize an immoral person?
Duterte vs. Duterte
|Friendship should be two-way||Deals with leftists|
|Digong loves the Filipino||Accused of patronizing EJK|
|He is very transparent||It’s OK to cuss in front of anyone|
|Digong has a Day for Women||Accused of being misogynist|
|There is God||Jokes about God|
Jesus never spoke out—not even once—against the injustices of the corrupt Roman civil authority
Jesus, knowing the government was his enemy, avoided confrontation. He often withdrew to pray (John 6:15). Jesus never criticized the Emperor but rebuked religious leaders. (Luke 11:37–54)
Be a positive example
Stop twisting scriptures to justify your frustration–trust God. In time, God removes leaders according to His perfect will. A Christian’s role is to win unbelievers with the Gospel, disciple others, and set a good example.
Stop twisting scriptures to justify your frustration — trust God
Satan loves it when we criticize
If there’s anyone happy when Christians bash and shame the government, it’s Satan. He loves it when we disobey and twist His words. Jesus surrendered His rights, so should His followers.