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Kirk Franklin Challenge Christians To Burst The Bubble In 2015 And #MakeGodFamous!

Atlanta Daily World: 

Alright now, Kirk Franklin, is challenging Christians all over the world to step outside of their bubble and make God famous in 2015. Kirk Franklin, who's a staple in the gospel music industry with his own  programs. The entertainer is very vocal on Twitter about his faith and recently directed a series of messages challenging his fellow Christians just before the new year.  In his message, Franklin pointed out that a lot of Christians live in fear that keeps them from dealing with people and things that are not labeled as Christian:
 “Too many of us Christians are afraid of losing what we never paid for. We don’t have non Christian friends, listen to different music because we’re afraid,” Franklin tweeted. “And we label it all as ungodly. So everything about us, our gifts, language, creativity, lives in a bubbleSo the people that listen to us, think like us. If your faith is that fragile, it will become judgmental. In 2015, the bubble has to burst..,” Franklin wrote. “And we can still rock Jesus. ‪#letsmakeGodfamousandnotourselves‬.” 
 How do you feel about the challenge?

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  1. I get what he's trying to say, but that bubble that he's referring to is backed up by the bible for many Christians, especially black ones. Their interpretation of the word will never allow them to step outside of their boxes.

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  2. As a believer I'm not in a bubble! I choose to follow the bible and God. Living as the world fo will get u in hell where there is no bubbles jus fire screaming and pain. It's sad to hear so called believer think so little of his conviction that he can stop of it at will.

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    1. Candy Crush SagaMonday, 05 January, 2015

      Anonymous I agree, narrow is the way.

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  3. I like it, its safety inside the bubble; Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it. (Matthew 7:13-14, NIV)

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