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RE: Fundybook - Perry - 12-23-2011 12:12 AM
Do you know how people post those music posts (this mainly happens on YouTube music videos, but is on Facebook sometimes) that follow the format of "You say [name of popular pop or rap artist group], I say [name of well known but not as popular rock or metal group]" in an effort to prove you listen to "real" music? Well, I saw one of those on Facebook that instead of listing rock or metal groups, it listed the church choir and several of the pastors at the church. It was funny to me.
RE: Fundybook - supernova8610 - 12-23-2011 12:51 AM
RE: Fundybook - Away-From-The-Umbrella - 12-23-2011 03:18 AM
This comment was posted in response to someone who recently let their kids watch the movie Home Alone and thought it was funny:
"Really? We tried it a couple years ago and I was so taken aback at how disrespectful the kid was to his mom that I turned it off. He also used lots of REALLY bad words like stupid and butt. REALLY bad words. May have to revisit though..."
RE: Fundybook - JordanMaria - 12-23-2011 07:51 AM
(12-23-2011 03:18 AM)Away-From-The-Umbrella Wrote: He also used lots of REALLY bad words like stupid and butt. REALLY bad words. May have to revisit though..."
If stupid and butt are REALLY bad words, what are REALLY bad words? lmao! She's like sheltered squared.
RE: Fundybook - Tonx - 12-23-2011 10:37 AM
(12-23-2011 03:18 AM)Away-From-The-Umbrella Wrote: This comment was posted in response to someone who recently let their kids watch the movie Home Alone and thought it was funny:
Ha, that's great. When I watched it with MY mother the first time, she told me that if I ever spoke to her like that, I'd be in SO much trouble and would I ever get a spanking. German mothers...they get the job done.
Have to say, the best part of that movie is PROBABLY when Kevin puts the tarantula on Marv's face, and Harry whacks him with the crowbar. Oh-ho-ho, hilarious!
RE: Fundybook - JoeR - 12-24-2011 09:52 PM
saw this one today on Christmas Eve:
So glad that Christmas day is on a Sunday so we can spend it at God's house with the Church family!
It has 3 likes so far.
RE: Fundybook - Away-From-The-Umbrella - 12-26-2011 04:05 AM
A most interesting fb Christmas greeting
THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS~
Twas the night before Christmas and it seemed such a shame,
not a soul mentioned our dear Savior by name.
They talked about Santa and the reindeer and elves
as their dust covered Bibles just lay on the shelf.
The children were watching their late night TV
full of cursing and garbage that they never should see.
With ma in her nightgown and I in PJ's
we thought the story was funny and what could it hurt anyway.
When out on the lawn the dogs started howling,
I figured it must be a burglar prowling.
I grabbed up my gun and ammo and mortar
and away in a flash I was opening the door.
Off in the distance the moon shown so bright,
but out in the east the clouds were a fright.
When what to my questioning ears should I hear
but the sound of a trumpet so loud and so clear.
The clouds started thrashing and they started to roll
and it looked just like smoke or an unfolding scroll.
Then came a voice so majestic and strong
that I started to tremble cause I knew I'd been wrong.
Come Joseph, come Matthew, come Luke and John.
Rise Mary, now Martha, Peter and Tom.
Then the earth started shaking with a great roaring sound
and I saw these souls rising up from the ground.
Then my heart began pounding and I couldn't believe
the sight I was seeing, oh it just couldn't be so.
I shook my head twice and I looked back again
and I still saw them flying up to the sky to meet him.
Then in a twinkling the dead ceased to rise
so I thought it was over but to my surprise
a neighbor came screaming from his house down the street.
His wife had just vanished as she lay there asleep.
Now the street was in havoc and our neighborhood too,
everyone had lost someone and didn't know what to do.
The sirens were screaming as mothers all cried
and I looked up and saw a plane fall from the sky.
Then I looked at my wife and she looked back at me
and we both remembered our newborn baby.
As we ran through the house we both half screamed,
Lord, don't let this happen, oh please let it be a dream.
When we came to the nursery we searched over the floor
we searched through the crib and we searched high and low,
but our darling baby was not in sight.
Now we knew that the rapture had happened this night.
As we walked through the house we knew what we'd see,
no longer were our children sitting watching TV.
The reporter was telling us strange things that had happened all over the world.
And in such great confusion I sat there and pondered
how could God make mistakes; it was all I could wonder.
I went to church Sundays and I gave of my tithes.
I never stole things and I never told lies.
Oh, it was then that it happened and it made me realize
it isn't through goodness and it isn't through tithes,
it isn't through works or things that we felt
that could cause a poor soul to be doomed to hell.
Yes, salvation is one thing that is not really complicated.
Just like the 16th verse of John stated,
"that the Father so loved us that he gave us his son
and whosoever believeth, to him the victory is won."
So if you're here today as a prisoner of sin,
remember Jesus is knocking so please, please let him in.
Yes, the rapture is coming and it may not be long.
What a shame to be left here when our loved ones are gone.
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RE: Fundybook - bean - 12-26-2011 07:35 AM
for these i wish there was a "wow" button.
RE: Fundybook - pastor's wife - 12-26-2011 11:16 AM
This appeared yesterday:
Quote: Was so blessed to be surrounded by our church family this morning, like-minded people, who made the choice to celebrate Christ's birthday by worshiping Him together.
She's not DIRECTLY accusing people, but it does seem like a subtle put-down of people who didn't make the same choice she did. I'm happy for everyone who worshipped at church yesterday; I'm also happy that I stayed at home with my husband and children.
RE: Fundybook - co_heir - 12-26-2011 11:59 AM
(12-26-2011 04:05 AM)Away-From-The-Umbrella Wrote: A most interesting fb Christmas greeting
Don't ya just love fundy guilt trips during times of celebration!