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The Believer’s Guide To Facebook

Ephesians 4:21-32  - The Believer’s Guide To Facebook
by Rev. Ben Mock, Mt. Zion Church


    Assuming that you really do have an account in the Lamb’s Book of Life, and have been friended by Christ, as He is the ultimate administrator of the whole universe,

    Close and delete your former profile, which was totally infected by spam and viruses and worms of your own making.

    And sign in to your updated new profile, created and authorized by the Savior, and filtered against malware 24/7. Remember to refresh your page during Quiet Time every day.

    Wherefore don’t post anything on your wall you haven’t fact checked, friending only those who respect everyone in your group, even strangers; for remember you can be tagged by anyone, anywhere, at any time.

    Be angry, but don’t post it: let not the sun go down on anything you have shared when in a bad mood; neither let the devil access your page. Do not confirm his friend request.

    Let him that has pirated and plagiarized and hacked any content or account pirate and plagiarize and hack no more; but rather let him acknowledge the source of all wholesome and useful quotes, keeping your news feed uplifting and encouraging, that you may have something good to say about those who have been targeted and victimized by Facebook jerks.

    Let no corrupted files enter into cyberspace through your portal, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace and scrubbed content unto the readers. Keep your tabs clear of all questionable material.

    And grieve not the Holy Administrator of social media, whereby you are firewalled and monitored unto the day of having all your history read by the whole world.

    Let all tasteless jokes, rude images, cyber-sniping, gossipy chat, and bullying, never be generated from your outbox, with all accountability.

    And be kind to your fellow bloggers, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake has forgiven you. Remember, He is your fan, even though you have never done anything to deserve it.

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7thunders
0 #1 7thunders 2012-12-08 08:01
That is very sound advice for this day and age. Facebook can be a healthy outlet for sharing if you use it for just that, sharing, those things which are of good report.
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