I remember singing this song right before a sermon in 2005, right before Katrina. This song became the basis for a ‘cliche’ that we hear many in church say and proclaim like it is normal.
“Falling In Love with Jesus, Falling In Love with Jesus, Falling in Love with Jesus, is the best thing I’ve ever done…”
Now that I have shown you the dangers of ‘falling in love,’ I think I can safely inform you that ‘falling in love with Jesus’ is a dangerous thing.
“What?” I know what you are saying. “How could falling in love with Jesus be a bad thing?”
Ok, to recap, the whole phrase and mindset of ‘falling in love’ is a gross misonomer. It leads to making lifelong decisions based upon an emotional high, a delusion. I have seen many people ‘fall in love’ and lose their lives, either naturally, or spiritually.
Remember, ‘falling in love’ means that we blindly jump heart-first into a relationship or alliance with someone who has not been proven or tested. We fail to guard our hearts with ALL diligence, as the Word admonishes us to.
MANY people go to church, seeking after God. The preacher preaches them happy, then tells them to walk down the aisle, shake their hand, and ‘accept Jesus into their hearts.’
Then they are told they are born again, they are saved. That they are ‘in relationship’ with Jesus.
They haven’t sought God on their own. They haven’t prayed. They haven’t cracked open the Word to study to show THEMSELVES approved.
They just blindly-and prematurely-accepted the preacher’s spiritual assessment of themselves.
My question to you all that walked down the aisle is this:
WHAT Jesus did you enter into relationship with?
What’s His name?
What does He look like?
How do you KNOW He loves you? What did He do for you? Do you KNOW?
Did you repent of your sins? Were you EVER told that you had to?
What do you know about THE CROSS? The Resurrection?
Or did you merely get saved based upon what a preacher told you to repeat?
If you did, you got in relationship with the FAKE JESUS!
YES! There is a REAL Jesus Christ of Nazareth…AND a FAKE ONE!
The fake Jesus’ name is Jesus Immanuel Sananda. This is what he looks like:
The Word of God tells us that the devil can transform himself into an angel of light. Jesus Immanuel Sananda is a fallen angel that seeks the love, adoration, praise, worship and devotion of the masses, much like Lucifer coveted after the worship of the angels in heaven.
This picture of ‘Jesus’ is in millions of churches, homes, as well as other paraphanelia across the WORLD. Many pray to the pictures, or whatever this image is affixed to, thinking that they are praying to the real Jesus.
Many are ‘in love’ with THIS jesus…but they think they are ‘in love’ with the REAL Jesus Christ of Nazareth.
It’s not their faults. Just like many blindly fall in love with their mates, their boyfriends and girlfriends, without knowing the full details, without trying the spirits to see if they be of God, without doing a thorough background search, without withstanding the test of time….MANY people jump heart-first into a ‘relationship’ with a jesus they BARELY know!
Everything is hunky dorey, at first.
| In Love with a Personwalks in the parks
spending all their time together
much gift giving
hasty, rush-rush marriages
will stay in abusive situations
| In Love with the fake Jesusfaithful church attendance
loyalty to pastor/church
hours in fasting/prayer
sowing 1000s of dollars into ministry
hasty decisions to enter into ministry
will stay in abusive churches
But as time passes along, the beautiful fake Jesus they allowed to ‘impregnate’ them with a vision, a dream, a ministry, etc., starts to morph into something ugly, grotesque, demonic, much like the transition a woman trapped in an abusive marriage sees. How she watches as the man she loves and gave herself to on their wedding day turn into a monster who beats her almost every day. Who mocks and laughs at her very existence…the very love he claimed to have had for her never really was…and now she realizes it…5, 10, 15 years into the marriage from hell.
By now, she feels trapped, even though she sees the dysfunction of her marriage. Even though he brought home an STD to her, she stays. Even though that evangelist saw the dysfunction of her ministry, she stays.
By now, the lady-who has caught her husband cheating on her more times than she can remember, she can barely remember when he said ‘I do.’
Many in the organized church system are like abused women stuck in abusive marriages. They feel like they have invested so much time, prayer and energy into their churches, their ministries…and plus they are ashamed to admit that they have been duped, hoodwinked, bamboozled, so they stay. They fall for the lie of the enemy that keeps lying to them telling them that they should stay so they can intercede for their churches, their marriages….
All because they ‘fell in love with A jesus…’ and NOT the REAL Jesus Christ of Nazareth!
Don’t be so quick to give your hearts away….you NEVER know who you’re giving it to!!!!!