I had an online friend of mine mentioning a certain Presidential candidate to me this week, and he mistakenly referred to the candidate as being a Seventh-day Adventist himself. My friend had a “brain cramp,” and he realized it after I had to correct him.
“Well, you both have the word ‘day’ in the middle of the church’s title,” he said. I had to chuckle over that.
Close, but no cigar.
There are otherwise some major differences in beliefs between my church and the Presidential candidate’s church … not that I look down upon the people who belong to that church. If I did, I wouldn’t be a very good neighbor around my neck of the woods.
And I know for a fact that the members of the Presidential candidate’s church don’t go for the kind of Christian music I do — that K-Love kind of tuneage. It’s too “evangelical.”
Been there, heard that. Otherwise, I get along with my neighbors just fine. That’s the way this Christianity game should be played.
I’ll just keep singin’ out. I can find plenty of reasons to do so, no matter what may happen otherwise. It keeps me going.
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