I was touched beyond words. Brought a tear to my eye.Shane Richardson
This guy obviously has an over realized eschatology!
Well, bless his little heart!
I actually stuck through every painful second of his screaming rampage. Only because I wanted to hear how the "audience" would react. I kind a thought it would be a pure “work of the flesh” when this dude touted that he was better than the other dude in the quartet. Don't think my ears could tolerate another moment of this screaming dufas. Tony, have to admit, I would rather hear Metallica. Liked his comb-over too.
Perhaps you should have entitled this gem, "Parental Negligence"..'cause this is what happens when parents are not fully honest with little Johnny about his talents.
Well, all I can say is he did make me pray to God. Now it was for the video to stop as fast as possible, but he did make me think of God.Oh, and he did fulfill making a joyful noise to the Lord. It doesn't say anywhere that it has to be in pitch, in sync or pleasant for others to hear.
When this guy gets to the "city" he sings about, perhaps God will have mercy on all of us and resurrect his voice from the dead. Otherwise, the angels might take him out.
The awfulness of this guy's singing really can't be quantified. It broke the barrier of "terrible." Why was this guy ever allowed a platform to sing? People at this church must know how this guy's pipes work from enduring his singing Sunday after Sunday. The sad and amazing part is that he really thought he was doing a good job singing. 'Kind of reminds me of my wife's niece.
You guys are hilarious!
Let's hope this guy isn't the church's worship leader, nor isn't studying to be a worship leader. This guy got way too much encouragement from the flock for what he was doing.Also, all while this guy was singing, I couldn't get it out of my head that a hatless, "Radar," from, "MASH," was doing the singing there.
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