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Chick-Fil-A is a place for those that hate anyone who is not like them.

August 3, 2012

Interesting that people went to stand in line to buy those fattening sandwiches that they clearly don’t need. I find it ironic that they can’t mobilize to feed the hungry, but they can mobilize when there are people out there who they clearly hate. They also support a business that donates money overseas to places that murder others if you don’t follow their beliefs. This is something that those same pointless people would love to support if killing in the U.S. were legal. They are the insignificants of this nation hanging on by a tiny thread.

They are not all Christians. They are simply people who just hate anyone who isn’t like them. It’s nothing to brag about of course. There are more people with compassion and intelligence, but they didn’t need to mobilize to buy fatting crap for their insides. This was for those others who only have a chicken sandwich to make their day! Let them enjoy it while it lasts.

The best response yet from a pastor in Greenville SC. Thank you!

TO MY GAY FACEBOOK FRIENDS
I love you.
I love Jesus.
Those two affections are not mutually exclusive.

TO MY FELLOW JESUS FOLLOWERS
If you invited more people to eat chicken on Wednesday than you invited to church on Sunday, you have misplaced priorities.

It’s way cooler when one person meets Jesus than when 99 “righteous” people eat chicken. (Luke 15)

If you made more time to eat chicken on Wednesday than to attend church on Sundays, you have misplaced priorities.

If you gave more money to Chick-fil-a on Wednesday than you give at church on Sunday, you have misplaced priorities.

If you spent more time standing in line this week than serving others every week, you have misplaced priorities.

If you blast homosexuals because they want to redefine marriage in public life (gay marriage) when you have already redefined marriage in your personal life (divorce, adultery, not loving your spouse, etc), you have misplaced priorities.

If you are more passionate about free speech and gay marriage than you are about people meeting Jesus, you have misplaced priorities.

If your marriage is falling apart, the best thing you could do to promote Biblical marriage in America is to go repair your relationship, not eat more chicken. In fact, if your marriage is falling apart, your ranting is definitely ironic and probably hypocritical.

No offense intended, just a hopeful reality check from a fellow traveler.

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