Michael Moore (admiralmemo) wrote,
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Voice Post: Franklin Graham Festival Outcome

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“Hey guys! Well, I had fun at the Franklin Graham Festival. It was amazing. I mean, the stadium was LITERALLY rocking. I mean, you could feel the entire stadium vibrating when everybody was up and clapping and getting into the music and everything. The entire stadium was vibrating. There were like 35,000 people there. It was amazing. And when Franklin gave the invitation, it was like... must have been 5,000 people on that, on that ballfield, ready to give their life to Christ. It was just so awesome.
The only thing that let me down from that was seeing the Jehovah's Witnesses outside giving out their literature. And, not to, not to put down anybody who's a Jehovah's Witness, but... And I've heard Mormons do the same thing, and not to put anyone down who's a Mormon, but that just seems underhanded to me, to... I mean, to use someone else's work to further your own cause. It's like, you guys have your own faith. You do your own work. I mean don't use somebody else. It seems like a leech or a vulture. I mean, it just seems wrong.
Well, anyway, um... It's late. I guess I'll talk to you guys later. Bye.”

Transcribed by: admiralmemo
Tags: church, franklin_graham_festival, voiceposts
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