Bill The Church Hopper - By Jordan Mederich



  • 2012-07-19T21:39:52

Hmmm, void of any kind of spiriuality. Does that poor man know Jesus? Very good and thought provoking.

  • 2012-07-19T21:04:53

Peace and Blessings from I, SEAN PHILLIPS, to you, J-MEDDY.

  • 2012-07-19T17:57:45

Was this filmed at CofO?

  • 2012-07-19T16:21:00

it would be funnier if it weren't so true. it is basically the essence of "protest-antism" running to its logical end.

  • 2012-07-19T14:06:53

"And he said to them, “The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath. 28 So the Son of Man is lord even of the Sabbath.” (Mark 2:27) Jesus gave this response to the Pharisees when they became too legalistic about the Sabbath. I would caution you to avoid this same mistake. We are to keep a Sabbath, which is a set aside day of rest and communion with God and other believers. We are also to meet with believers throughout the week. But to say that God will judge us by which day we keep, means that it is based on what we do which subjects our salvation to a "works based" mindset, which is wrong. As Paul states, "For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast." (Ephesians 2:8-9) I pray that you can connect with God and other believers whenever you are able.

  • 2012-07-19T11:29:50

thanks for sharing Jordan Mederich, GodVine. That's a great depiction of the life of a believer in Christ. Honestly, I didn't like the idea about "free-loading;" but many people do say,"...you do what you gotta do to survive in this world," right? It's true; but, with that attitude, selfishness shows. I think going to church for the wrong reasons can lead a person to destruction or emptiness. We need to be careful to not be a "stumbling block" to those who have a persistent walk with Christ. Otherwise, those who decide they're too big to go to church learn that fellowship is absent without malice--as if they need to be there with an angry heart. Yet, those who want to stay humble also avoid mingling with those who really Need to know (and we all need to learn) what "Happiness" is in the LORD to live Life more abundantly. Others think going to church is all about making the rich life poorer or making the poor one rich. Going to church helps make life be morally sound in Prayer and Fellowship sweeter in the fruits of the Holy Spirit and the Truth...in Christ Jesus' name <3.

  • 2012-07-19T07:58:54

Not funny...ugly and cynical. True, there are people, I suppose, like this(I dont know of any) but consider this...What if...that person might attend a service-hear the Word of God , repent and be saved??? What if...??

  • 2012-07-19T02:27:43

I actually know a man who said he and his wife will never go back to a particular Church because. there were two women inside the door who did NOT greet them! That was it, so even though, in. a Catholic Church, we believe that Jesus is present in the Tabernacle, just because the two women. did not greet them, he is never going back! What a pathetic ego! Many people make Church attendance about where they can GET what they want and not what they can GIVE!

  • 2012-07-19T00:19:50

John B. McCarty DAX GOOD

  • 2012-07-19T00:17:04

we are not bound by the law anymore. but rather, " we are now become dead to the law by the body of Christ,that we should be married to another,even HIM who us raised from the dead." and that "HIM" is JESUS oe,the bride of chrost being us christians.or maybe u are married to moses the law giver. jesus himself broke the sabath going through the cornfield with his diciples. we can and should worship GOD any and every day of the week. the law was given by moses but truth and mercy came by our sweet JESUS. thank God for those brave men like martin luther calvin and th rest who set many free from allthese roman church conunrums and trickery. bles the lord O'my soul!

  • 2012-07-18T23:01:30

I know you made this to teach a lesson but I didn't find it funny at all. It's actually kind of sad because there are people like this. If you're going just to eat and be entertained, stay home.

  • 2012-07-18T22:39:13

Jordan Mederich You have a good point too!

  • 2012-07-18T22:37:40

Michael Rodriguez True! Very true!

  • 2012-07-18T22:29:32

This definitely speaks to our consumeristic society that is all about me, and if I can't get what I want I will go somewhere else. What is the church to do? Is it possible for one church to totally cater to all these desires, or is it even advisable that they should? The more I consider our culture, the more I see a spiritually hungry group of people that need the truth of the Word of God and in such a compelling and relational way that they will remain seeking and open to the gospel.

  • 2012-07-18T19:16:37

Personally, I think it is totally out of line and rediculous.

  • 2012-07-18T19:04:33

Auto spell correction does weird things sometime :) The Sabbath was given into perpetuity (not perspicuity although it is clear and intelligible) and changes not.

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