29 August 2008

Focus on the Family proves again that nothing fails like prayer

So Samuel called unto the LORD; and the LORD sent thunder and rain that day. 1 Samuel 12:18

And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive. Matthew 21:22

Jesus said that believers will get whatever they ask for in prayer. And the Old Testament prophet, Samuel, made it rain just by praying. So why were the prayers of thousands of believers unanswered? Why didn't it rain on Obama's acceptance speech?

Because, as everyone who has ever tried it knows, nothing fails like prayer.

9 comments:

GAD said...

Why was the Jesus camp scene spliced on the end of that?

Steve Wells said...

I have no idea, Gad. I'll see if I can find one without the Jesus Camp thing.

GAD said...

Hum, seems like someone had an agenda.

I watched the diarrhea one first and thought, OK whatever, then I watched this one and then it all made much more sense.

Steve Wells said...

I've put up the original "Stop Light" video, which Focus on the Family retracted after much criticism. It probably won't last long, though, since FOF will ask youtube to remove all copies.

GAD said...

That's good! The diarrhea guy did a good mock of this!

geniusofevil said...

Why rain? God's all powerful, so why give him something easy? Don't they think God has an imagination or would like a challenge?

I would have prayed for slime. Much more Nickelodeon.

busterggi said...

Don't these people know that if you choose the wrong sky god you get the wrong weather?

Shoulda prayed to Zeus or thor!

Anon said...

No rain. I guess even God doesn't like Focus on the Family.

questionsaboutfaithetc said...

The video was quite absurd. Praying for rain, quite primitive thought patterns.