Mwahahahaha!You're the best, sir!
I'm honoured Sir but you'll have to excuse me for a few minutes. I've just "have" to pop off to the loo.
Scoot over, buddy, I think I ought to take your time machine for you......you are not taking careful consideration of your questions!By the way, I think you have the wrong Spurgeon. (Good one, Mr. Eddings. The punch line took me by complete surprise)
I would have asked a better question like, "What kind of tree would you be?" That's a lot more thought provoking.
Man: C.H., come with me to 2011. You won't believe it. Preachers cuss, churches teach beer-making classes, "Easter" services are held in baseball stadiums with the Jonas Brothers singing secular songs, Pastors sell millions of books that mislead people and are considered heros of the faith...Spurgeon: Gee, God's patience is more robust than even I considered...
Spurgeon: Really? The Jonas Brothers?
Good one, Eddie!
Dude! Obviously I'm going for LION here, how can you not see that?
Most Excellent. He'd be a bulldog or maybe a Rottweiler.
GREAT cartoon, too funny!Spurgeon: I wont' answer. It would just be a waste of time.
I so needed a good laugh today. Thank you, thank you. And more to the point, why didn't he use the chance to ask CHS what brand of cigar he preferred??
Spurgeon: Anything but and Armadillo. Sounds too much like Arminian.Hilarious post by the way!
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Spurgeon: You're mad. I am precisely the creature God has created.
Spurgeon: Time Machine, eh? There's a young man named Bertie Wells you should talk to. He's interested in writing about such things.
Spurgeon: Do people from your time ask silly questions like this?
Spurgeon: Don't you have anything better to study? Guy: Naw, Doctrine of God and Christology are too boring and they just aren't practical enough. We need to be more relevant in our time. So, furthermore, if you could be a fruit, what would it be?
Man: ...and so that's how church operates in 2011, CH.Spurgeon: It has to be the Laodicean dispensation...______________________________Man: There were bright lights flashing everywhere, fire rose from the ground, then there were peals of thunder, people spewing blood from their mouths, half-dressed females writhing around, and people seeming to levitate in the air...Spurgeon: End times?Man: No, that was our praise band performing last Sunday morning...
@Truthinator - if only you were making it up!
@Truthinator:uhg. don't remind me.