Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Rod Parsley and Lou Engle: America Needs Revival

Lou Engle appears on Rod Parsley's "Breakthrough" to discuss the desperate need for revival in America.
(via Right Wing Watch)


  1. Wha?!?!?!?!

    I love good comedy.  Nothing better for the spirit that some good old fashioned laughter.  

    Thanks for posting!

  2. ManCreatedGodCreatedHellJune 23, 2010 at 9:00 PM

    Wow Jesus came in the form of a sulphuric cloud that made people late to take their business trips. Not many casualties there. Great warning god. Besides the humanitarian side and the billions of dollars worth of oil spilling into the innocent ocean, how is humanity being punished by the oil spill? How is it a symbol? Repent or thou sea dwelling companions will be covered in oil for many a month and thou flight will be cancelled.

  3. Unfinished SympathyJune 23, 2010 at 9:16 PM

    lol the retardness, only in america ( pardon US), what did people expect from a place we sent our trash to a few hundred years ago? lol
    Seriously u people need help!

  4. "The Call" still exists? Are they still moving their heads back and forth like chicken ?

  5. Godlessness and faithlessness, coming soon to a United States of America near you! They're just acting like cornered animals to drum up support and money. It would sure be swell if there was more to it than that though, I hope he's right.

  6. Sounds like typical fundamentalist banter you hear while channel-surfing on any Sunday morning.   I've never heard of these two bozos.  Why is this relevant?

  7. I would just like to point out that marginalizing this issue as a "US of Retard" thing is kind of a waste of time.  There are awful mentalities in all countries, and I'm sure, where ever you live, you have your share of the same small-minded mentalities.  Acting like your country has no issues like this doesn't help resolve the core of what is going on here.

    Let's drop the "My country is better than your country" superiority complexes and instead help to spread the real word of truth that will help get rid of superstition and sky-fairy workship.

    I'm proud to be an American and our secular based system of governance.  I'm also proud of all people on the planet that stand up for truth, justice, and a better life for all of us.  And I'm glad we're all in this together.

    The light of the human spirit shines when times are hard and hope seems lost.

  8. This just reeks of desperation! Has it really gotten that bad for these con men? Christ where is the 800 number? i'll send'em twenty bucks if it'll calm'em down for a half hour or so...if not maybe it's time to lead them towards the edge of that tall building and let their existential dread take care of the rest.

  9. I had a good giggle at what Rod Parsley was saying in response to Lou Engle... sounded like he was being very... err.. stimulated by the spirit.

    'Mmmm, yes...'

    'That's right!'

    'Oh yea!'





    'that's it! that's it!'




    Not to mention the 'urgency' of the spirit and god trying to 'break through'.

    Haha get a room guys and leave everyone in peace.

  10. Everybody doesn´t live in a place where you see these kind of things when we channel-surf, so it might be interesting for others to see.

  11. "Will we fight, or will we slip away into irrelevancy?"

    I'm gonna say number 2.

  12. <span>WOW! That was an impressive display of "Fire and Brimstone" god talk. America "Godless and Faithless"; I hope so, that would be great. 
    These dip-sh#t's should go on the road as a comedy team. </span>

  13. '...our nation follows Europe's slide into the deep dark night of postmodern, post-christian 'paganism'...'

    Cool.  When?

  14. Preach on brother! Where do I send my check??


  15. This is exactly what is wrong with our country.

  16. King Asa for PresidentJune 25, 2010 at 7:21 PM

    Having grown up in and been around churches with this message (all of them if I remember correctly) I've seen the self-imposed persecution complex up close and personal.  It's a strong conviction that compels people to send money.  If you can trick your flock (an apt metaphor) into believing the Godless Brigade is outside their door and you're the only ones who can stop them (with God's help of course), wait by the mailbox and watch the checks roll in.