I feel like a broken record. But I think the videos speak for themselves.
There’s a lot of nonsense parading about as Christianity these days. But when you speak out against it, some folks play the tolerance card claiming it does no harm and we need to just let people be. However, the following video, while being completely hilarious to me, demonstrates exactly how dangerous it can be to let some people prance about as representatives of Christianity in general.
No doubt, most churches are doing their dead level best to make their guests feel at home. Perhaps sometimes we make mistakes while trying to do that. Tim Hawkins highlights a big mistake. Check it out and then let’s discuss the best way to make guests feel at home.
I was looking for a fun and funny video to do a Good Clean Fun post. I came across this one, which is fun for me. I love what Jack Crabtree says about how we should read the Bible.
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PS: I share this video because I love the overall point about the nature of our praying. I do need to point out that, doctrinally speaking, I do not agree with The Skit Guys interpretation of “Thy kingdom come” in the model prayer. I do not believe it refers to something Jesus will do at His return. I believe it refers to establishing His rule throughout our lives on earth even now. His kingdom was established on the day of Pentecost in Acts 2 and has continued to be spread through the earth ever since (cf. Mark 9:1; Colossians 2:13; Revelation 1:6).