Lost people are like ravens. They’re attracted by loud noises and shiny objects.
Jentezen Franklin’s latest “revival event,” the Forward Conference, had a world-class light show to entertain the worldlings in the audience, ostensibly with the understanding that reverent worship of the One True God and Bible preaching would not be enough to hold the attention of that many lost people.
You can watch the light show below.
Notice the audience participation and those in the audience being classified as “Team G.O.A.T.” and “Team HyperBeast,” two names that are entirely apropos.
Do you think this kind of entertaining is glorifying to God? Leave your responses in the comment section.
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