If that is what jesus taught than how come christians are against those things and instead worship social status, wealth, and placing themselves above others? How is it that christians judge every one else when their jesus told them not to?<quoted text>
I like a lot of the things that the character Jesus was about. Compassion, forgiveness, feeding the hungry, clothing the poor...etc. Who wouldn't, at some level, appreciate those "teachings"?
What does it mean to me? It means do not give sacred things (which is subjective) to those who do not (or cannot) appreciate them.
Kind of like those of us who try to reason with you. We're "casting our pearls before swine" when any of us lay out a rational explanation for something that you've posited, and you ignore it or (more likely) respond with insults.
I like what it says in Matthew 25:32-45 but christians do not follow this.
I read a quote that said "I like your christ, but I do not like your christians"
Needed health care, food, sheltr, equal rights all of these are what christians are against for others. They want them for themselves but others may not have them