Jim Carrey & Jesus?

Jim Carrey & Jesus?

Hollywood star Jim Carrey delivers incredible speech about forgiveness, grace and Jesus – The Blaze

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Yoda Jesus

“Incredible”?

“Incredible”? in a Star Wars kinda lingo-Yoda suffering talk about Jesus maybe.

  • “Ultimately, I believe that suffering leads to salvation. In fact, it’s the only way,” Carrey said. “We have to somehow accept, not deny, but feel our suffering and feel our losses. And then we make one of two decisions: We either decide to go through the gate of resentment, which leads to vengeance, which leads to self-harm, which leads to harm to others. Or we go through the gate of forgiveness, which leads to grace.” – Jim Carrey, The Blaze

“Incredible”? in a Star Wars kinda suffering Jesus that is wish-washy, self-willed, self-directed worshiping oneself maybe – but not Jesus sufferings that transforms lives into righteousness.

The Real Jesus

The real Jesus requires the rejection of your will, your sufferings, your very sinful self by picking up a cross, His chosen cross for you, that leds to the resurrected life – a new self.

Even Jesus did not choose His sufferings but was led by the Spirit into what sufferings God had choosen.

Jim Carrey in merely creating a delusion about the suffering for his sins that have nothing to do with righteousness. Do not be fooled, this Jim Carrey junk has nothing to do with The Jesus.

Gee, could it be the current and up-and-coming lawsuit concerning the suicide of Mr. Jim Carrey past sexual partner is motivating him to build a sympathy group?

Hollywood and sociopaths after all know how to work a crowd for self-benefit.

Lesson:

Everyone in the world suffers on a basic level. Such sufferings are a result of original sin in the world.

For the few true Christians who are following God into their assigned sufferings, well, they are the only one’s that overcome sin in their lives.

The rest, like Jim Carrey go delusion-ally into Hades to await their permanent home in Hell.

For suffering to mean anything:

  1. Has to be “by the Spirit”
  2. You have to be “led by the Spirit of God” into chosen sufferings – not sins sufferings.
  3. If you, “indeed” “share in his sufferings” you are a Christian. Everything else is a lie.

For if you live according to the sinful nature, you will die; but if by the Spirit you put to death the misdeeds of the body, you will live, because those who are led by the Spirit of God are sons of God.

For you did not receive a spirit that makes you a slave again to fear, but you received the Spirit of sonship. And by him we cry, “Abba, Father.” The Spirit himself testifies with our spirit that we are God’s children.

Now if we are children, then we are heirs–heirs of God and co-heirs with Christ, if indeed we share in his sufferings in order that we may also share in his glory. (Romans 8:13-17)

Bonus:

Along with the joy of being able to honestly call upon God as Abba, or literally da-da, are the sufferings of Christ.

But only, and only “if indeed” you are sharing in the sufferings of Christ – not your own sufferings of life.

  • “You are heroes to me, and I admire you,” – Jim Carrey, The Blaze

Uh, you are not a hero and you are not worthy to be admired. You are sinner in need of deep cleansing repentance – gesh – just look around you for proof. Or, yes, choke on the words of Jim Carrey being flattered by The Blaze and flattering everyone else as you examine the evil fruit of Hollywood.

You know we never used flattery, nor did we put on a mask to cover up greed–God is our witness. (1 Thessalonians 2:5)

Jim Carrey certainly knows a thing or two about wearing a mask.

 

 

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Article Reference

(nydailynews.com)—“You are heroes to me, and I admire you,” Carrey said to the crowd at Homeboy Industries. “When you stepped through these doors, you decided to be a part of this family. You made a decision to transcend and to leave darkness behind, and it takes a champion to make that decision.”

Citing “challenges” he’s faced, Carrey told the audience “suffering leads to salvation.”

“Ultimately, I believe that suffering leads to salvation. In fact, it’s the only way,” Carrey said. “We have to somehow accept, not deny, but feel our suffering and feel our losses. And then we make one of two decisions: We either decide to go through the gate of resentment, which leads to vengeance, which leads to self-harm, which leads to harm to others. Or we go through the gate of forgiveness, which leads to grace.”

 

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