Muslims are reeling in converts using Jesus like a worm on a bait hook. Hiding behind hashtags like #Christ, #Christians, #Jesus, and #Mary, they lure the curious, the lost, and the unsuspecting into their den of false doctrine. They're hitching their wagon to Christianity, just like they've been doing for roughly 1400 years.
Muslims and Islamic terrorists are having great success spreading their lies via social media; but try typing "#Jesus" in a Twitter search and see what you get.
During my own Twitter search for #Jesus, one of the first results I read said: "I love Jesus; it is a requirement of faith for #Muslims to love the Prophet #Jesus!" Just for kicks, I typed that exact sentence into a Twitter search. The results number in the thousands, maybe more. That sentence, verbatim, is tweeted daily, sometimes hourly, by thousands of different users. They are milking the whole "Jesus the prophet" angle for all it's worth.
Twitter doesn't like individuals to tweet the same message numerous times, and they seem to be cracking down…at least on me. I'm not a big Twitter user, but I've tweeted links to my own articles for years. Surprisingly, after tweeting my recent article, "Need Prayer? Google Promotes Nearest Mosque" -- my Twitter account was suspended.
Meanwhile, Muslims are taking to Twitter en masse to try to convince anyone with the slightest affinity for Jesus that Islam loves Jesus too – so why not consider joining Islam? It seems everyone wants a piece of Jesus. Apparently 2000 years hasn't changed that.
A good test is to type in #Jesus and switch to a "Live" view of the active tweets. Of course results can very at any given moment in time, but here's what I found mixed in the very first search results:
- Tweet: "Come chat with us to explain the purpose of life" #Christianity #Christian #Christ #Jesus #Bible #Mary
This tweet takes you to a website called edialogue.org where you can instantly start a live chat about the "purpose of your life." The profile summary reads, "If you want to know the truth about religion ask me or follow the link." The link leads you to "The Way to the Truth" (based in Riyadh) which beckons you to "open this link if you are lost in life." (The Way to the Truth has nearly 23,000 followers.) The final link, buried under all those misleading hashtags in the original tweet, takes you to IslamHouse.com – where you can find teachings on Islam in more than 100 languages.
Remember – this all started with the following hashtags and no others: #Christianity #Christian #Christ #Jesus #Bible #Mary
- Tweet: "Saint Paul obligated the common practice of the veil for all women in Corinthians 11:4-10" #Jesus #Christianity #Bible
A look at the user's profile shows him to be a devout Muslim looking for a wife while preaching Islam. He also tweeted "Kindness is emphasized by #Islam, appreciated by humans and benefits everyone; so always be kind!"
A quick search reveals this exact sentence about "kindness" has been tweeted thousands of times by different users; daily if not hourly. Go ahead, type it in the search box in Twitter, and choose "Live" to see how many are coming up right now.
- Tweet: "Priests and Preachers Entering Islam. video" #Priest #church #Christianity #Christian #Bible #Jesus #Truth #Islam
A quick search reveals this has been tweeted by thousands of users with a link to the same video, which is available on IslamHouse.com. Many of the users' Twitter names misleadingly profess a love for "God" or "Jesus" with no mention of Islam or Allah.
- Tweet: "How the Bible led me to Islam!" #Muslim #muslims #Christian #Jew #Hindu #Sikh #Atheists
This creative tweet baits not only Christians, but Jews, Hindus, Sikhs and atheists. It links to a video of former Christian youth minister Joshua Evans who converted to Islam after "studying a lot of religions." The write- up under the video on IslamHouse.com says:
"A very interesting video about the former Christian Youth Minister Joshua Evans who converted to Islam after studying a lot of religions as: Christianity and Buddhism. Evans shows issues made him leave Christianity and embrace Islam such as: the contradictions in the Bible, the pornographic phrases in it, and verses which offend some of Allah's Prophets considered the best creation. These verses make them in the worst images. Also, Evans mentions a proof that confirms Jesus isn't a God."
Note: Joshua Evans was reportedly raised Methodist in Greenville, S.C. He now "works as a full-time lecturer and caller to Islam." You can see his rad new look here: http://yushaevans.com/bio/
"How the Bible led me to Islam," with Evans video attached, has been tweeted thousands of times by different users.
- Tweet of hashtags only: #islamophobia / #God #lord #jesus #bible #christ #atheism #atheist #kik #love #chat #me
These exact hashtags, in this exact order, have been tweeted thousands of times by different users; daily if not hourly. They all display the same graphic that reads, "Don't listen to the media about Islam. Listen to me, don't listen about me." The graphic is surrounded by cutesy hearts. Clicking on it takes you to a live chat on edialogue.org. (Go ahead, do a "Live" Twitter search right now and see for yourself.)
Edialogue.org is a live chat website where operators are available 24/7 to lead you to Islam. According to their website, they too are based in Saudi Arabia.
Of course, there are thousands of tweets about the real Jesus Christ, the Messiah, the one true Son of God who rose from the dead. (Relegating him to the status of "prophet" undermines the very meaning of Christianity, and Muslims know this.) On the up side, there is a group called Jesus Tweeters whose goal is to have each member tweet the word of Christ three times a day; but they are in stiff competition for souls. Muslims know that a tweet can lead a person to a website, a video, a live chat, or some other vehicle that can capture hearts, minds…and souls.
The cross of Jesus is not leading the way on social media. If so many Christians believe that time is short and they will soon see the return of Jesus, why are they lagging behind so badly in their use of social media as a tool for bringing souls to Christ?
The virtual war for souls taking place on social media -- especially sites like Facebook and Twitter – is recruiting an army for Islam that could morph into real terrorist attacks in the streets of America -- and ultimately Sharia Law. (And let's face it, Google, Facebook and Twitter know what they're doing, and many of us believe they're intentionally allowing this activity.)
Even worse, this virtual war is losing souls that God commanded us to try to save:
Son of man, I have made thee a watchman unto the house of Israel: therefore hear the word at my mouth, and give them warning from me.
When I say unto the wicked, Thou shalt surely die; and thou givest him not warning, nor speakest to warn the wicked from his wicked way, to save his life; the same wicked man shall die in his iniquity; but his blood will I require at thine hand.
Yet if thou warn the wicked, and he turn not from his wickedness, nor from his wicked way, he shall die in his iniquity; but thou hast delivered thy soul. (Ezekiel 3:18-19)
Christians need to use every means available to warn those who are falling prey to false doctrines. Of course, it doesn't help that millennials who use social media from dusk to dawn are the least Christian generation in the history of America. That makes them easy prey for Satan's followers.
The day is fast approaching when the teachings of the Christian Bible will be banned as hate speech by the giant social networks that dominate the internet. That's why they're collecting our photo I.D.'s and cell phone numbers.
Jesus may not be on Facebook, but he knows you are. Jesus may not be on Twitter, but he knows you are. Jesus Christ may be losing Friends and Followers, but he knows you have the means to find them. He only asks…nay commands…that you at least try.
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