Perhaps the problem is where you pick and choose to do that. Is sabotaging a discussion to tell people where they are going wrong in their lives and to tell them things they have likely heard thousands of times before about the horrible fate that awaits them really being heard, or is it, as appears, just ticking off people because it gives the impression that you think you are a perfect "saved" person while the rest are all sinners, and that your opinion about how life should be lived is the "correct" opinion?<quoted text> Annie.........telling people the truth about sin and the consequences thereof is not tearing them down or is it a failure on the part of the believer to display his or her "light", anyone with real reasoning about them would take heed to the things which they had heard to avoid the harsh warning s giving forth by the Word, granted that some people are very sharp and blunt about delivering this message of hell and destruction but the truth behind the warnings are not false and these things will come to pass.
I've noted over the years that many people who are lukewarm and only half serious about their salvation right down to complete unbelievers often don't mind hearing about the love of Jesus toward us all, they generally want the world and do not mind have Jesus "thrown" into the mix as well so long as the preaching is all flowery and feel good sermons, but so many do not want the Word to come and convict them of any of their wrong doings to clean them up in their lifestyle and so they then become offended and fall away from the Lord completely.
Telling people of the love of God through his son Jesus Christ is the primary and most important message that we as believers are suppose to carry, but a stern warning against rejection and the wages of sin should also be made known as well, albeit not neccesarily in a harsh and demeaning manner.
I strongly suggest, if you want a platform for your proselytizing, that you pick a street corner, where people can walk by, if they don't want to hear you, or a policeman can move you on if you are actually restricting the rights of others in that environment. Why pick a discussion site with a posted topic, that some people might actually want to discuss, rather than be preached at?
Another suggestion is ask your minister if you could preach in your church some Sunday, or whatever day you usually go to church, if you do.