Corey Forsyth | PentecostalTheology.com
Here’s to hoping for some good natured laughs!
John Conger [11/12/2015 5:28 PM]
Haha ? careful you may get burned at the stake
Ricky Grimsley [11/12/2015 5:35 PM]
I laughed. I hope jesus laughed. I bet the father laughed too
Jack Delmar [11/12/2015 5:53 PM]
Should post that on UPC site
John Kissinger [11/12/2015 5:56 PM]
Show at least one verse from Scripture where Jesus laughed? Just one?
John Conger [11/12/2015 6:04 PM]
Strain at a gnat and swallow a camel? I thought that was funny 🙂
Jack Delmar [11/12/2015 6:05 PM]
I’m sorry! I was in the flesh for a brief moment
Ricky Grimsley [11/12/2015 6:38 PM]
Jesus and the father are one so this is probably jesus?Psalm 2:4 KJVS
 He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh: the Lord shall have them in derision.
Ricky Grimsley [11/12/2015 7:05 PM]
John Ruffle [11/12/2015 11:46 PM]
Jesus uses parable and hyperbole, and some irony in what he observes (for instance, the widow’s mite; the marriage at Cana; the fact he seems more comfortable on the timeless shores of Galilee than in the hot-bed centre of action, Jerusalem). But you are right, does Jesus use more direct methods of humour? Certainly, he never uses humour just for the sake of making a joke. At least, we don’t have a record of such.
Kumar So Ao [11/13/2015 11:53 AM]
Bertrum Sage [11/13/2015 11:17 PM]
No ..no don’t disguise this as humor…this depiction /representation disguised as humor if we flow with it ..invites or encourages more…sorry …not necessary….no offense but no not funny
John Conger [11/13/2015 11:27 PM]