Please Don’t Just Be a Lurker!



It is a given that the vast majority of people who participate on social networks are lurkers. They rarely — if ever — like or share posts that they enjoy. Even fewer are those people who take the time to actually comment on a post. Most folks just silently browse posts in the background, never making their presence known through the aforementioned actions.

However, while it may not be their intention, their lack of participation may actually discourage the person who has worked so hard to create, publish and distribute the posts. The truth is that the OP — original poster — may even think that his or her hard work for the Lord is having little to no effect on the lives of others. This may lead them to eventually give up, and stop posting altogether.

What a shame this would be. So if you don’t want this to happen, please be considerate by occasionally liking, posting and commenting on posts that you particularly enjoy. Thanks so much! As we read in the Epistle to the Hebrews:

“But to do good and to communicate forget not: for with such sacrifices God is well pleased.”
Hebrews 13:16, KJV

And, by the way, have you joined the Christian Social Network yet? If not, you can do so at the URL below. Free yourself from the tyranny and discrimination of the liberal social networks today!

https://www.csnet.live/index.php

Please note that currently — April 15, 2021 — it is best to use a desktop or laptop computer with a regular web browser, because the iOS and Android apps are not ready for distribution yet. That will hopefully happen in the coming weeks.

About Bill Kochman

Bill Kochman is a Christian writer, poet, graphic artist, online evangelist and founder and webmaster of the Bill's Bible Basics website and blog, as well as the founder and administrator of the Christian Social Network. His interests include tropical fish, Macintosh computers, web design, writing poetry, God's natural creation and his cat, Mischief.
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