EPIC FAIL: “Full Armor Sequence Complete”

I think that some things that Christians do mock Christianity worse than atheists do.

“I think it’s very easy [to become a Christian.]” (Of course this video is addressed to rich American Christians)

Okay. So why did Jesus say, “It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich person to enter the kingdom of God.” And they were exceedingly astonished, and said to him, “Then who can be saved?” Jesus looked at them and said, “With man it is impossible, but not with God. For all things are possible with God.” (Mark 10:25-27)

Spurgeon said, ‘But mark, that is the work of the Spirit. Some preachers will tell their people, “Believe, only believe.” Yes, it is right they should tell them so; but they should remember it is also right to tell them that even this must be the work of the Spirit; for though we say, “Only believe,” that is the greatest only in the world; and what some men say is so easy is just what those who want to believe find to be the hardest thing in all the world. It is simple enough for a man that hath the Spirit in him to believe, when he hath the written Word before him and the witness of the Spirit in him; that is easy enough. But for the poor, tried sinner, who cannot see anything in the Word of God but thunder and threatening—for him to believe—ah my brethren, it is not such a little matter as some make it to be. It needs the fullness of the power of God’s Spirit to bring any man to such faith as that.’

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  1. Heck yeah, Bibleman! Ridiculous Christian pop-culture at its best.

    Didn’t Willie Ames used to be Bibleman?

  2. Aww, but the kids love him! Granted, for adults the cheese is a bit heavy.


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