Chris Tomlin - the early years.
The tunes to "Just as I am" and "Depth of mercy" just didn't mix, no matter how hard the Compromise band tried.
Arminians Phil and Bill Ericson tried to convince Sally Drummond to pray the sinner's prayer by playing Just As I Am over and again again.
Not exactly the trombones James Weldon Johnson had in mind.
Somewhere in the hills of Arkansas, when the old time Gospel music of post World War II Fundamentalism collided with the entertainment-oriented praise music of the 80's, the "Trombone Halftone Dog-bone Quartet" was born. It was the only Christian music group ever to feature a dog as a band member.Rumor has it there was constant tension in the group because the talented and aspiring lead singer always felt she was being upstaged by the canine.
Roberta and Bowser wished the saints would go marching out.
Mrs. Persis wins! :D I love it!
C G is right, Persis wins this one. Any other caption would only blow a bad note in comparison.
@Joel: That's fitting.
They were going to play horrible songs until she finally turned from her wretched Reformed viewpoints. They didn't have any of those dreaded Reformed types in Free Ville.Song? They're trying to imitate Kenny G. Only they aren't playing the sax, so you can imagine how that works out.
@Persis: That was great!
(Soprano trombone FTW!)Adelle secretly wished that 1 Cor 13:1 mentioned something about blaring trombones along with the noisy gong and clanging cymbal.
Family Bible study hour with the Snoots: Tonight it's Revelation! Dad and Timmy act out the horn blowing angels of Revelation 8, Fido plays the Beast, and Mom does her best rendition of unrepentant humanity!
Not a caption suggestion, but a comment:Hey, wait a minute! That's the Thin Man and his wife and kid with Asta, the wonder dog! (Which is why I now have two wire fox terriers of "my own" now...thanks to the rest of my family...)
Yes sir, that's the Thin Man and family. I was hoping someone as old as dirt would notice. Thanks for the comment.
Tennessee Ernie fords traveling Pentecostal wind instrument evangelicals attempts to slay Sandy in the spirit with a musical duet.
Nice one, Blaine! LOL
Iva Cephalgia suddenly had a wonderful idea and invented the first earplugs...Howard Sprague and a young Mickey Dolenz tore through a rousing rendition of the Arminian classic, "Wherever He Leads I Will Go" but when they got to the part about "I'll go with Him through the garden", Carol Calvin plugged her ears at the arrogant absurdity of this bold statement...
@ Anonymous & truthinator:Funny thing is, I can see both Tennessee Ernie Ford and Howard Sprague in that male face...and yeah, the kid does favor a young Mickey Dolenz.The laughs here have been good for my heart. Thanks.
Somehow Edna knew she shouldn't have suggested that dueling banjo's could be played on any instrument and sound good. The church talent show and pie auction simply cannot get over soon enough.