SPIRITUAL STORIES ARCHIVE
Spiritual Depth Perception: Or Those Who Go Bump in the Night
Reverend Sam Worldly was a master at promoting his church and his personal ministry. His name was becoming well known as an encouraging voice for today’s times. His church was large, 5,000 in attendance on Sunday morning with 25,000 people as members. You could see his face on billboards scattered throughout town or hear him daily on Christian radio FM 1160 WGOD. He had 5 assistant pastors under his domain and over 75 church programs, everything from crossbow squirrel shooting with telescopic sites and infrared pointers to Bingo betting on Thursday night, where the senior ladies could bet up to $100 and take home prizes like mugs and thermoses with the pastor’s face on them.
There was always plenty to do to pass the time away at Reverend Worldly’s church. One could learn a lot there. Things such as basket weaving, archery, chess, computer games, swimming, interpretive dance, how to speak various languages as well as many other things just like that.
Yes, they had everything you could ever want at Pastor Worldly’s church, everything, except an altar. They have no need for it. There are never any opportunities to pray. Folks are just way to busy there.
Copyright © 2008 Mark Edgemon
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