Friday, December 22, 2006

I'm a Mac

Mac: at my church, people dress properly, like saints.

MD: at my church, you can come as you are: blue jeans, blue hair, whatever.

Mac: you see; that's the problem. His church has caved in to culture. There are no standards; no holiness. People with blue hair are made to feel welcome. When so-called Chrsitians want to upgrade their faith, they come to my church. They wear their best for God. They don't have rebellious haircuts, body piercing, or pictures of thorns tattooed on their arms or across their lower backs. We preach a holier Jesus than that.

MD: We preach a Jesus that WEARS a crown of thorns, had His body pierced, and has a tattoo on His leg that identifies Him as Lord of Lords, and King of Kings.

6 comments:

Geppapa said...

that post definatly deserves a lunch!

FeatherIron said...

I think you could have picked a better good guy.

I may sound like an idiot, but who is the bad guy?

Bryon Mondok said...

Feath: They both like to sound off. Neither is bad, unless you ask the other one...

Ken said...

I continue to be amazed at how the body of Christ finds it important to dis those who minister in a way or manner different than the other. The world looks on in amazement, and is still lost.

FeatherIron said...

I didn't know they didn't like each other. For that fact, I don't even know who the first guy is. Man, you'ld think I got saved yesterday not 20 yrs ago huh?

Vicki Small said...

I've known plenty of the first sort (some of them are really good people, so I won't refer to him as the Bad Guy), and I'm in a church of the second sort. But am I the only one who remembers when the folks with blue hair were women of 50 years, or more? Highly unusual, now! My, how things change!