The Westboro Picket Schedule: Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas

Posted by Capn Coconuts On Wednesday, January 4, 2012 0 comments
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On January 6th, 2011, the members of Westboro Baptist Church will use their vast sum of money gained from lawsuits to protest at the Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The text is as follows:
WBC to picket the Cotton Bowl:  K-State vs. Arkansas.  Your destruction is imminent!  Instead of humbling yourself before your God, you worship your football.
Granted, many churches notice a rather interesting situation that many professing Christians would rather watch the Super Bowl on Sundays than go to church. The WBC is right in that some people more or less worship their football more than they worship God. It's not like they made this up.

However, the way they go about dealing with this problem is a whole different matter. As I will talk about some other time, Westboro doesn't care about winning souls. They show no compassion in their message because they believe it doesn't matter. To them, humans have no free will; 99.999% of them were damned to Hell before God said "let there be light."
If you gave even a fraction of the time, money, or interest in serving God that you give to the players on the field, this country wouldn't be in the mess it is in.  We are coming in warning to this foolish evil generation.
I actually have to agree somewhat with the first sentence quoted here. As I said before, some professing Christians do value the Super Bowl over church. Americans in general seem to spend too much time entertaining themselves when they could be doing something for others. Also, professional sport players are paid way too much in my opinion, even if what they're doing requires plenty of skill.

But, I fail to see the point of warning this generation when those predestined to Heaven will get there anyway. Again, I'll have to discuss this later.
Saying with a loud voice, Fear God, and give glory to him; for the hour of his judgment is come: and worship him that made heaven, and earth, and the sea, and the fountains of waters.  Revelation 14:7
This verse is in the context of the seven-year tribulation in the book of Revelation. That hasn't quite come yet. Granted, this is a minor nitpick, but Fred Phelps loves to blindly follow his own hermeneutic and selectively picks verses that supports his position regardless of any context.
God has blinded your eyes and stopped up your ears so you do not even see or hear your destruction coming upon you!
There should be some Texans who do follow Christ and do know about what should happen in the end times. I know because I've met them. Of course, they don't really exist because just about the only people going to heaven are Westboro Baptist Church members.
You have no money, jobs, homes, or hope - but you have your football!
That's hyperbole, right? I sure hope it is, because plenty of people have jobs, at least some money, and a home. On the other hand, they're probably sincere on them having no hope due to their extreme views.
Your condition will not change unless you hear and obey your God and the servants He has sent to warn you.  Obey today!
More people are going to be hindered from obeying God than encouraged because they're going to picket there without any compassion whatsoever. They will also possibly sue someone before the day is over, all for the glory of God.


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