Early charismatic church services in Corinth: someone is dancing to "Walk Like an Egyptian" in preparation for a series on Moses.
"Yes, the Book of Sports does permit this on the sabbath, as long as the children have attended services in the morning."
No matter how many times he tried, young Master Jacobus could never hit the mark -
As Mr. Jacobus leads his class on a tour of the art museum, he pauses by one particular display and remarks,"In this painting, ancient Arminians pass the time by playing a hearty game of 'Stick the Axe in the Calvinist'. Take a good look, class. Take a good, long look."
Early Arminian Vacation Bible School painting of children learning: "How to respond to Romans 9."
Prior to amazing those in the temple with his intellect, young Jesus shows off a few other skills.
Paul stood to the side, patiently watching, as Jimmy could never quite score a "bulls-eye." When it came his turn, he thrilled the audience by completely demolishing the target board with a single toss___of a GRENADEYou see, young Paul had read the rules, which did not specify what "weapon" was required to be used in the tournament.
"There is more to this hobbit than meets the eye."
Would it help if we pasted a picture of John Calvin onto the target?
At the Ancient Isreali-Philistine Olympics . . .David misses the mark again, but boasts: "I'm much more accurate with a sling and stone than these little axe thingies."Goliath, leaning on his shield, rolls his eyes.
"This remarkable piece by Benny Finney is a work of pure art: how children should defend themselves from Calvinistic heresy."
"Much better! Try to hit Geneva next..."
Young Arminius knew that his election was dependent on hitting the mark squarely.Little did he know that Jabba was about to open a trap door and drop him into the lair of the rancor.
"Little did he know that Jabba was about to open a trap door and drop him into the lair of the rancor."Bwahahahaha.
Php 3:14 I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.