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INSPIRING BOLD CHRISTIANITY: What to do if you're a Christian at an atheist convention

If you happen to be the only Christian in a room full of hostile, cantankerous, vocal, but thank god unarmed atheists and other nonbelievers what would you do?

"What would I be doing at an atheist convention in a Hollywood production meeting or a crowded liquor store?" you might ask?

My reply in the form of another question: "Spreading the Gospel?"

Would you be ashamed of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, hide your Christianity, cower to the powers of darkness or be as bold as a single lion that goes on the offense instead of playing defense when outnumbered and facing an approaching pack of cape buffalo?

I would take something like the lion approach, Lord willing, instead of the pig with lipstick approach:

I would be standing firm in the confidence of my spiritual strength bestowed from on High, not forgetting my faith, leaning on the everlasting arms of God, remembering the Christian lineage of refusing to denounce Jesus Christ under any circumstance.

I would be as bold as lions.

Not only because I love lions that are a symbol of Christianity, with Christ being known as the Lion of the Tribe of Judah, but because one of my favorite verses from the Holy Bible is Proverbs 28:1.

Here is the New International Version, though I usually prefer the King James Version of the Bible:

"The wicked flee though no one pursues, but the righteous are as bold as a lion" (NIV).

"The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are bold as a lion" (KJV).

Not only are lions the kings and queens of the jungle, but Christians are the kings and queens of the concrete jungles, public schools, Dodger Stadiums, libraries and corporate board rooms of the atheist world - though it does not appear so because drag queen story hour has taken America by harm, I mean by storm.

You might read this and think I am vainglorious or boasting myself of tomorrow or some other accusation levied against true Christians by the infamous accuser of the brethren, who shall remain nameless but his name is Lucifer in case you have been living under the threat of a fine for leaving the house or not wearing a face mask.

Cheer up, be bold with your Christianity and remember you come from a two-centuries long line of believers who stood firm in the faith and endured, refusing to denounce Jesus even when facing certain death by listening to today's rap music.

The above picture is not me, and I do not know if this person is a Christian, but the confidence to wear this outfit can be an example of boldness for Christians to take note of, or else how to feign insanity to scare atheists off - in the fear of the Lord and the love of God some type of way.

Will the real Slim Shady or real Oscar De La Hoya please stand up?

But seriously.

Spread the Gospel if you are surrounded by the enemies of God.

The Gospel works wonders.

Long live the Gospel of Jesus Christ!



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