Hey, don’t know if God is good, but their singing sure is!
So they use the word “ain’t” but spell labor with a “u”? ROFL
I’m not a fan of bluegrass/hillbilly/sing-through-your-nose music but the harmony on this is fantastic. I actually did enjoy this one a lot.
They had me at “Old Paths.”
brandon, you just showed your igdorance…labour is spelled that way in the old english of kjv…lol..guess you are not as smart as you thought…or maybe you knew and hate king james english..
i guess.. i showed my ingnorance with my typo …sorry for the d…lol
If the King’s 400 year old English is so good, why dost thou not use it throughout thine entire day? Some of the Amish do, it seems to work for them! In the meantime, you can laugh at us “liberals” for using modern “perversions” that spell labor, Savior, etc. the modern way, instead of with the spelling that God inspired in the Bible that the apostle Paul used.
Tangentially related stuff fundies like: pretending “ain’t” is a word. 🙂
“Labour” vs. “Labor”, “Saviour” vs. “Savior” has nothing to do with the KJV.
Really. It doesn’t.
Using the extra “u” is still considered proper spelling in Britain (and Canada) today.
So, are you going to spell like a Brit, or are you going to spell like a red-blooded, Stars and Stripes forever, AMERICAN?
Just sayin’. ;-D
The hands of the young man at the far left does not leave his pockets at any time during this video.
I think I heard them at Dollywood.
This song has been performed so many times, it now sounds like an overplayed song on the radio. The harmony was good, but IMO, there aren’t very many really good christian songwriters or authors out there anymore.
my point was.. i thought brandon thought they mispelled something, you know because they are dumb fundies, when in fact they were quoting a word from a particular verse in the kjb..man and i thought fundies were judgemental…ex fundies are the worst..lol
@Don LOL! I genuinely LOVE the group of people looking to name a new church that comes up w/ OLD PATHS BAPTIST CHURCH. Especially for a place that appears to be in a temporary location.
I dunno, looks like it could be in a Quonset hut to me…. That would be 1940-50’s for sure.
Ain’t God Good? We have our own steel building to worship in! And we have a tacky banner, too!
Impressive harmony. Too bad it didn’t look like they were having much fun singing, though.
What’s this arguing about a superfluous “u’s” when the title of the song is, “AIN’T God Good?”
It looks like “Old Paths” has some legal issues:
@Richard Sullivan: you are AWESOME! EXCELLENT work!
@Richard Sullivan Now that’s a MAJOR FIND! Sounds like we got a good old fashioned power playt at work at ye old paths baptist church, with the potential for a church split if necessary. Good to see lots of fundie stereotypes all being worked on (simultaneously) in one congregation. That’s some serious unity of the body of Christ! 🙂
Ain’t God good?
Some more tidbits about the “Old Paths” pastor:
The pastor has been arrested on “numerous occasions”.
Ain’t God good? (And all the people said – AMEN!)
Some more of the lunacy here:
I’m personally nominating this as a featured SFL “Church of The Month”.
that was awesome.
The word ain’t is perfectly cromulent.
The Deer antlers obscure some of the shot of the congregation. 🙂
Wow, yes I second the nomination of this place as SFL church of the month, or maybe year!
On second thought I think I’d like to see a sermon railing against women wearing britches before I give them my 100% full support for SFL church of the month.
Not much of the Gospel being preached in those clips.
They had me at the flannel polo.
Don’t know a thing about the church, but that was some good singing!
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