Anonymity and the Christian

Q: Why do many Christian hide their name and face on social media? Who wrote anonymously in the Holy Scriptures? Which disciple was afraid to be open about loyalty to Jesus Christ?

A: There were many: “Many people did believe in him, however, including some of the Jewish leaders. But they wouldn’t admit it for fear that the Pharisees would expel them from the synagogue.” (John 12:42). The most famous was Joseph of Arimathea who later came forward to bury Jesus Christ.

People know they will suffer economic and social harm (being expelled from the synagogue) for open loyalty to the controversial words of Jesus Christ. Nothing has changed in two thousand years, same tactics, same enemy, same self-righteous hypocrisy of the New Pharisees like the ADL — those who call themselves Jews but lie, and are of the synagogue of Satan – Rev 3:9.

Be OK with anonymity, but know the time will come when you will make the choice Joseph of Arimathea made. He stood up at the worst possible time, after Christ’s crucifixion and before His Resurrection.

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