Jesus and Chick-fil-A

Today my wife Barbara and I will make it a point to eat at Chick-fil-A. We often do eat there because it is good food served by the most polite young people we have ever seen. It also represents the ideal of a company guided by biblical principles. After expressing one of those principles –  belief in traditional marriage – it has been severely attacked by politicians and the press.

We will be going there to support freedom of speech and Christian values, but we will be mindful of the great question from a couple of decades ago, “What would Jesus do?”  Jesus went out of his way to be with people who were struggling with moral problems.  He never bullied them, but he loved them enough to offer forgiveness and then told them to “sin no more.”

So we will go there today to take a stand for what the Bible teaches, but hopefully, in the spirit of Jesus.

Read more about the Chick-fil-A controversy.

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3 Responses to Jesus and Chick-fil-A

  1. Sheri Graff says:

    The most powerful forces come under attack. Something as influential as marriage and family will not go unnoticed by anyone who can be used in spiritual warfare to undermine God’s plan. It is nothing new. It atarted in the garden of Eden. It has been foretold in the bible that what is good will be considered bad. What is bad will be considered good. It is not about anyone who is gay. This is about the freedom that thousands have given their lives for. The physical warfare fighting for freedom. We CANNOT GO BACKWARDS. Anyone’s lifestyle is a freedom – a choice – but that same freedom belongs to the Christian.

  2. Cida says:

    i was exactly talking about this with a friend yesterday, and now i found about it in your blog. this is awesome.http://www.busquemail.com.br

  3. Daniel says:

    When Hitler was trying to rule, he knew the churches could stop him. The trains that carried the Jews would run right by the churches many times, and the people would cry out for someone to help them so load that the churches could here them from inside, but the sad thing is that they would just turn their music up louder and louder so that they could not hear their cries for help.
    The sad thing is that THE church has be silent for to long, and we just turned our music up louder to drown out the cries of a lost and dyeing world just to make our on self feel better. The time is now that we stand taller and stronger for God’s Holy Word and a holy way of life before it is to late! With all respect God did love people, but He also drove them out of the temple when they defiled it. We have got to save the would and keep God’s Word at all cost!
    Your brother in Christ Jesus.
    Daniel

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