theology February 3, 2019 Do you cancel church for the Super Bowl? Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleFast day 13 Next articleSuper Sunday Sermon 47 Comments Reply February 3, 2019 Robert Spurlock I wouldn’t cancel anything for the NFL. I will not watch the NFL any longer for pleasure or the enjoyment of Sports. And they won’t get any money in sales from me. Reply February 3, 2019 Rick Warner so why the attitude? Reply February 3, 2019 Tim Dalton Maybe he is a jets fan. Reply February 3, 2019 Ray E Horton You gotta be kidding! Reply February 3, 2019 Varnel Watson Lots of churches do and watch it right in church Reply February 3, 2019 Rebecca L Ringler I have also heard of Superbowl supper. Covered dish at 4P. Something like that and go home. Reply February 3, 2019 Tim Dalton I remember in the late 70s in Dallas, it was hard to find a church open when the cowboys played. Also the regular games started at noon so you had better be out by 11:45 central time. Reply February 3, 2019 Ray E Horton So, is superbowl today? Reply February 4, 2019 Isara Mo Where the treasure is there the heart is. Reply February 4, 2019 Isara Mo If you can cancel church for job why not superbowl? After all true church is inside a man not outside.. Can you leave one vanity for another? The answer is yes. Can you leave Jesus for super bowl the answer is NO Reply February 4, 2019 Louise Cummings We had church early. But I didn’t watch Super Bowl. Reply February 2, 2020 CW Sellers Would you cancel your bride for another woman? Reply February 2, 2020 Patricia Worthington No Reply February 2, 2020 Shawn Goodsell No Reply February 2, 2020 Jimmy Pearson No. Because we don’t have a Sunday night service anyway Reply February 2, 2020 Betsy Cruz-Vasquez No Reply February 2, 2020 Varnel Watson so you cancel Sunday night permanently? Jimmy Pearson Reply February 2, 2020 Jimmy Pearson The church we attend hasn’t had a Sunday night service since we started attending months ago. Don’t know how long they haven’t had one. Most of the churches I’ve been to don’t have a Sunday night service anymore. It’s fairly common in this area. A few do but not many. Reply February 2, 2020 Jimmy Pearson When i pastored we had one but ended up doing away with it because no one attended. Reply February 3, 2020 Varnel Watson speaks volumes Reply February 2, 2020 Ray E Horton Oh, is Super Bowl today? Reply February 2, 2020 Nettie Miller No longer have church on Sunday night Reply February 2, 2020 Charles Reeder No. If I counted correctly we have about 160 in church tonight. Reply February 3, 2020 Varnel Watson thats all? Reply February 3, 2020 Charles Reeder Troy Day for Sunday night yes. We run about 180 on Sunday morning so not bad for Sunday night Reply February 2, 2020 Ruth Brigantti No Reply February 2, 2020 Cleston Walton A ‘none’ issue PTL anyway777 Reply February 2, 2020 Jerome Herrick Weymouth Didnt cancel and didnt watch, instead we got together and sang gospel songs! Reply February 3, 2020 Varnel Watson you may have as well then Reply February 3, 2020 Jerome Herrick Weymouth Troy Day Reply February 3, 2020 Jerome Herrick Weymouth We sing out of a song book published in 1951 and printed in Cleveland, Tenn. Reply February 3, 2020 Wayne McDowell Jerome Herrick Weymouth, Sound Great! They’re in the pews, but never used, in our church! Reply February 3, 2020 Jerome Herrick Weymouth Wayne McDowell Reply February 3, 2020 Jerome Herrick Weymouth Wayne McDowell Pastor Neil and I are about the same age and we we singing them oldies cause we both got saved in churches that sang from those hymnals. Reply February 2, 2020 Genny J Baird Nope Reply February 3, 2020 Varnel Watson how sow? Cleston Walton Reply February 4, 2020 Cleston Walton Troy Day The body of Christ is diverse; one of which is sports: baseball, football, basketball, golf, volleyball and many others. The enjoyment of a reasonable sport ‘together’ is godly fellowship. Church services in the New Covenant are without law but flexible and adaptable to the peoples and customs of a people. Only self-righteous passions argue, strut and gloat about such matters. May each pastor/leader act in the best interest of a particular congregation. We are free in Christ of any law of worship– only the law of Christ IN you the hope of glory777 Reply February 3, 2020 Larry Dale Steele No Reply February 3, 2020 Tony Richie No. But we did move our evening service time up an hour Reply February 3, 2020 Varnel Watson up? – you started at 8pm? Reply February 3, 2020 Tony Richie Troy Day 5 Reply February 3, 2020 Varnel Watson Tony Richie remarkable Reply February 3, 2020 Bill Stockham The LORD might say “Would you cancel the Super Bowl and worship Me???” Reply February 3, 2020 Matthew Frye No we don’t put the world above God Reply February 3, 2020 Varnel Watson Alan Smith is he saying GOD did not create the super bowl Reply February 4, 2020 Alan Smith Troy Day guess so. It wasn’t listed in the Bible Reply February 4, 2020 Joe Absher I’m wondering how many so called God fearing men of the cloth sat through that debauchery and wallowed in that filth . Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.