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12 Responses

  1. Babylon's Dread says:

    The prohibition link and the disgraced pastor link are the same

  2. Michael says:

    Not anymore… 🙂

  3. Babylon's Dread says:

    I think successful hurtful and unsuccessful hurtful people have the same 7 qualities.

  4. Dan from Georgia says:

    From where I sit, Jeffress is in danger of the fires of Hell.

  5. filbertz says:

    does “Only if Trump were the last one alive” mean I have a spine? 🙂

  6. Kevin H says:

    Don’t worry, Dan, Jeffress has been forgiven his transgressions:

  7. Dan from Georgia says:

    ha! I saw that Kevin.

    In all seriousness, it continues to baffle and sadden me how normal, decent, fellow believers can resort to worldly methods and outright sin when it comes to their political allegiances.

  8. Kevin H says:


    I would agree that both the successful and unsuccessful can have the same hurtful qualities. However, I think some of the practices on the list (such as surrounding themselves with their best fans and allowing success to give a sense of entitlement) are of greater availability and more often and more easily procured by those who are successful.

  9. Kevin H says:

    Dan, I share the same bafflement and sadness.

  10. Babylon's Dread says:

    Ok the “spineless morons” comment from the esteemed pastor of the FBC of Dallas braces my backbone to say what I always think when I see him on any show. How is the most effeminate man in America also the most conservative? Methinks he doth protest…

  11. Randy Davis says:

    I just discovered another black eye on the SBC. Harvest Bible Chapel became affiliated with the SBC in 2015.

  12. Martin Luther's Disciple says:

    I think it is funny that so many get upset with things a pastor like Jeffress say outside of his pulpit to a secular crowd and have absolutely no interest in the horsecrap that comes out of their mouths from their pulpit.

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