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Showing posts with label 1st Sunday. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 1st Sunday. Show all posts

Sunday, January 13, 2008

FIRST SUNDAY.


First Sunday featuring Ice Cube, Katt Williams and Tracy Morgan hit theatres last night. Are you going? Is your church putting together a youth group and taking the church bus? Do you even care? Do you think that it is even appropriate for youth?
well my church is not sending our youth to see it. I don't like Katt Williams or Tracy Morgan. So I don't think I will be seeing it. I don't think Katt Williams is funny. I lost respect for him when he show up at an award show with a noose around his neck that did it. Tracy Morgan just isn't funny.


Do we assume that most “black” movies are going to be “bad” from jump LOL. David E. Talbert, who was a playright before Tyler Perry blew up, is the one who wrote and produced this movie. I believe it’s his first major release. I REALLYdon't want to see this because of Katt Williams he is a silly fool. I have the strong feeling though that ALL the funny moments in the movie are already in the trailer LOL! Just like This Christmas. I’m still mad about that 20 minute-long Soul Train line at the end!!!!!!!!!!

Me? Well, I’ll be saving my money for some thing more enlighten.
I read somewhere too that Cube really wanted Mike Epps to star in this with him. Sorry Tracy and Katt may be the next time.

Sunday, October 7, 2007

"1st Sunday"(Responsive Readings)


As we come to the Lord's table, let us come with a spirit of humility and penitence.
Compassoinate God, have mercy on us we pray.
Let us examine ourselves; our thoughts, our actions, our motives, and our attitudes toward others.
O Holy God, have mercy and forgive us our shortcomings.
Help us to remember our responsibility to our families and our neighbors, our stewardship
to you, and the work you have given to our hands.
O Living God, we stand in need of your grace, strength, and mercy.
As we eat the bread, which represents your Body, which is the True and Living Bread, open our eyes to recognize the intimacy that you yearn to share with us.
O Loving God, teach us to love you above all else.
As we drink the cup, which represents Christ's Blood shed for us, we thank You for the new covenant, " Love ye one another" which is written on our hearts. Let us rejoice because our names are written in heaven.