HOW ADORABLE!! (MUST SEE!)

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Something to warm your heart from the American Heartland.  This vid shows a totally adorable three year old boy singing to his church congregation a song with the message “Ain’t No Homo Gonna Make it to Heaven.”

See for yourself!

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That little bigot got a standing ovation from that Christian crowd.

Teaching hate.

Teaching intolerance.

Round ’em up, put them in camps with electrified fences, and let them die.

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Jesus came and preached a message full of Good News: God wasn’t vengeful, but full of love.  The old rules of hate and retribution were gone, replaced by kindness, understanding and acceptance.  “An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth” was replaced with “turn the other cheek.”  And most important of all, Jesus admonished us to give up our burning desire to judge others.

Matthew 7:1-5

“Judge not, that you be not judged. For with the judgment you pronounce you will be judged, and with the measure you use it will be measured to you.

Luke 6:37

“Judge not, and you will not be judged; condemn not, and you will not be condemned; forgive, and you will be forgiven.

John 8:7

And as they continued to ask him, he stood up and said to them, “Let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone at her.”

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It is utterly horrifying that people who gather together to remember Jesus teach three year old boys to hate and to judge.  And it is terrifying because if Jesus’ clear and unequivocal message can so easily and readily be perverted, then what hope do we really have?

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9 Responses to “HOW ADORABLE!! (MUST SEE!)”

  1. Nahl 7-11
    The Savior had acquired the nose boil (the worst kind) when He went into the desert to smite the Devil with righteousness. Now in the “Good Book” it is written, “The Devil sought to tempt Christ three ways, with the Flesh, the World, and the Devil. However, in the gospels expunged from the cannon of the church, clearly state , “The Lord was tempted three ways, with the Flesh, the World, and with a Boil on his nose.” Furthermore, “The fiend of Hell distracted the Lord with the flesh, presenting a voluptuous female, with her bulges displayed provocatively.” Now with Christ distracted, “The devil did craftily slip a big festering boil onto the nose of the Lord, ” and, “Although it was unbecoming for our redeemer to wish to have a boil on his nose,” (but), “By the overcoming of His temptations, He might overcome our temptations.” (and), “Just as by His boil, we might overcome (cure) our boils.”
    Hence also it is written (Sirach 2):Son, when thou comest to the service of God, stand in justice and in fear, and prepare thy nose for a boil.”

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  2. paulboylan Says:

    Are you sure you aren’t really Greybeard in cognito?

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  3. At this time, the Lord sought the comfort of His humble house in the Holy City. As He walked into the dusty town, He noticed the peole who were also looking at Him. Noticing how they had joy, or mirth in their eyes. The Lord assumed that they had acquired a state of grace bestowed upon them by His Godly presence. The Holy One however did not have mirth, as His nose felt like a big crow was biting it, for at that time, He still didn’t know he had the ripe boil looking like what could be called in modern times, “a miniature clown nose.” The Saviour thought “Even Beelzebub appeared to have been sanctified , as his eyes showed His evil heart had been softened by My grace.” (But) when Jesus returned to His humble house, the Blessed Virgin Mother seemed to have been smitten by some some extra Holy rays of rapture and ecstasy. The Lord felt strong and proud, “having forgotten…’Pride cometh before the fall’, having beaten the Fiend of Darkness in a mighty battle. This battle had saved the world from Satan’s evil clutches.But then the Holy Mother said, “Jesus, how did you get that big ugly thing on the end of your nose?” Jesus thought “Holy jumping Jehoshaphat! I have a big blob of mucus hanging off my nose!” But no! When He looked in the mirror, He saw the festering boil which resembled a miniature carrot cake with white icing on the top. He could not see it, having been admonished by the Father in Heaven to not invoke His Godly power to groom Himself, so that He should not appear vainglorious. For it is written, “He who exults himself shall be humbled, and he who humbles himself shall be exulted.” The Holy Mother said,”
    Amen.

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  4. paulboylan Says:

    I note that you did not answer my question.

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  5. Anonymous Says:

    Who says its unchristian to hate? Christians hate better than any body. Read your Bible. Christ hated jews. He attached Jews at the temple that upset him with their Jew ways. Lending money. Changing money. Something like that. I bet he hated homos too. Like we do. Like his People do. And this is America. We can hate anyone we want here. Its in the consitution.

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  6. paulboylan Says:

    Maybe it is a Protestant thing.

    I apologize in advance to all my Protestant friends, but, really, I don’t see people in my church (Greek Orthodox) saying this sort of thing, and even Catholics – who have their issues with homosexuality – don’t advocate hate and don’t want to solve their “homosexual problem” the way Hitler tried to solve his “Jewish problem.”

    Is the need to hate, the desire and the pleasures that come from hate so powerful that it can even eclipse, replace and supersede Christ’s message for those who claim to be following that message?

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  7. The Comrade Greybeard is many notches above humble self on totem pole of prose and poetry! Therefore must admit bifrucation of apparent ghostly alter ego, and to the two separate living chaps with similarities confusing casual ships passing in night.

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  8. Josephus Says:

    His message is dead in America. A terrible and portentous sign.

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  9. I would love to know how many of them are in the closet. Surely they know God can read all their Big Gay Thoughts from there?

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