Sunday, August 19, 2007

The Rapture Song (Left Behind)

It is very funny and the singer has a nice voice. It's kind of sweet.


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6 Comments:

  1. Jennifer said...
    Just had to tell you...
    The video is SO FUNNY, and so was the Aug. 8th. I needed a good laugh today! I enjoyed it so much, I linked it to my blog today, so you may get a few new visitors out of it.
    My sister and I still talk about that "Left Behind" song! She's still traumatized, too! :)
    Jennifer said...
    p.s. I just looked at the time on my comment... I can't believe it's so late. It's been one of those days. I'm not usually stalking blogs at 2 am!
    michele said...
    Thanks for the link. I really feel sorry for you guys who grew up in the church and were subjected to that song as kids. It must have left quite an impression to think that all of a sudden you would be taken up to heaven.
    Moonshadow said...
    The immature relativism is a unique and humorous take on Jesus' words - I'm guilty of it even at my age ... and I married "up" - in so many ways ...

    He's too young to know Larry Norman ... that takes me back, 'though. iTunes has a pathetic version ... wish I could retrieve those Larry Norman songs as I remember them ...

    I really feel sorry for you guys who grew up in the church

    And I feel sorry for you guys who didn't. I really do.
    Anonymous said...
    "Shouldn't we all be ready, all the time." On Friday I went to the Doctor feeling run down after 2 weeks of the flu. A few minutes later I was in an Ambulance, then in hospital hooked up to a heart monitoring machine. A simple virus had my heart racing and my Blood pressure out of control. In an instant my world was turned upside down and shaken.
    At one stage, half dreaming I felt God say "Here is Jacobs Ladder, this is the gateway to heaven." I was standing at the edge of heaven.- Toes about to enter.
    We all need a wake up call, We need the Larry Normans singing their songs, invading our peace. Perhaps they have a different theology from ours but the message is still relevant. Are you ready to meet the Lord? Have you fulfilled the calling God had for you? night light Australia.
    michele said...
    Moonshadow, you cut off my sentence and made it say something that I didn't say. I feel sorry for those who grew up in the church and had to watch that film. I would have loved to have grown up in the church and attended Sunday School and youth group. I didn't have that kind of experience. I'm glad though that I wasn't traumatized by that film.

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