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Guy Not Lifting His Hands During Worship Song Must Not Love Jesus

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CEDAR BLUFFS, AZ—According to multiple sources at Sovereign Redeemer Church this past Sunday, a man who didn't raise his hands a single time during the regular time of worship obviously doesn't love Jesus at all.

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"At publishing time, sources had been able to confirm that he wasn't raising his hands because he was holding his Bible and meditating on the Psalms throughout the time of worship, because he didn't recognize the 7 new songs written in the past week that the worship leader had chosen."

 

Been there, done that ... If the song isn't about worshiping God, then I don't stand during it.  A quiet vote of "no confidence" for any song whose basic message is "God sure is lucky to have a worshiper like me." or "Gimme, gimme, gimme."

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