Wednesday, January 25, 2006

FEAR OF GOD: The difference between James Caviezel portraying Christ

... in The Passion of the Christ and Kayne West portraying the Lord on the cover of Rolling Stone is this:
In The Passion Caviezel directed attention to the Son of God and His Father's Kingdom, while West directs attention to the sons of man and their father's kingdom.

Paul had it right in Romans 3:18, "THERE IS NO FEAR OF GOD BEFORE [his] EYES."

Consider this quote from West ...
"If I was more complacent and I let things slide, my life would be easier, but you all wouldn't be as entertained ... My misery is your pleasure."
Aw, poor kid! The AP reporter adds the following ...
The strangest tangent of the Rolling Stone story, however, is when West says he's addicted to pornography. He remembers first seeing his father's Playboy magazine when he was 5 years old. "Right then," West says, laughing, "it was like, "Houston, we have a problem.'"
Oh we have a problem alright, one enormous problem and His name is Wonderful, Counseler, Almighty God ...

Quickly, someone tell this young man about the real Passion before he ends up looking back at Lazurus with the rich man.

Footnote: MSNBC Online has a poll up, which doesn't exactly ask the right questions, and the vote is runinning almost 2-1 against the cover.

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