I Thessalonians 5:18 says, “Give thanks in all circumstances.” What does that mean? Find out in this video representation of giving thanks called “The Thanksgiving Chair.” How often do you sit in the thanksgiving chair? Who are you teaching to sit there with you?
Okay we’ll try posting this again. Sorry for the misfire for everyone who already tried to look at this.
As someone commented on the YouTube page, it is a shame something this good is being used to market a marketing company. But then, perhaps they are a marketing company because they know how to come up with something this good.
I just couldn’t help but wonder if the way we spoke the Gospel might not change the way folks hear the gospel sometimes. What do you think? Click the following link to add your input: Post a comment.
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I thought this video gave some interesting perspective on life and especially family life. I’m not sure I agree with its final perspective, unless there the guy is switching to talk about spiritual life through Jesus. But the video was fun to watch so I thought I’d share.
I ran across this video the other day and thought I would share. There is only one way to keep the rug from being pulled out from under you. I know this should probably be a Monday post, but I didn’t want to wait until then.
Can you guess what it is?
Hey guys, I’ll be getting back to regular posts soon. Just a lot of stuff going on right now. So, I’ll rely on the Skit Guys again today.
We all want to pass the gospel on to others, to plant the seed. But perhaps there are some ways we should avoid. The Skit Guys give a great example of that. Enjoy.
(here’s the link for my e-mail subscribers: http://edwincrozier.com/?p=1981)