Mighty Men Conference

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Wandapec (April 27, 2009, 16:54:08 PM):
It turns out that Jesus was busy this weekend on a farm in Greytown! Anyone claiming that Jesus was busy in their part of the world is going to have to provide some pretty good evidence and an explaination of how he can be at different places at the same time? Angus Buchan who wrote Faith Like Potatoes kept Jesus on his toes the whole weekend - imagine going to a conference in your honour and you have to work the whole weekend as well?! ;)
"I was brought back from the brink of death by Jesus," evangelist Angus Buchan told a crowd estimated at 200 000 at the last session of his Mighty Men Conference near Greytown on Sunday.

What I find really funny is that given that fact that Jesus was at the conference doing all that saving etc., they completely didn't trust in his abilities, although he got all the credit.
"Two doctors assessed him on the scene, and they ran an electro-cardiograph test and discovered low blood pressure and an irregular heart rate," said media spokesperson Bruce Winship.

"He was flown into hospital for precautionary check ups, and the cardiologist ran him through a series of tests, which he passed."

What was the reason Jesus stepped in and was so busy? The media spokesperson Bruce Winship seems to think it was convenience. All those people came all this way to listen to Buchan's bull; can you imagine he was not available to chat to them? Jesus must have seen this inconvenience and averted the crisis.
"The potential for disaster is huge when you have this many men," said Winship. "But when you consider the level of tolerance among this group of men standing in long lines, queuing in traffic, and having to share tent space and rough it with that many other men for more than 48 hours, it's unbelievable that there were no major accidents. It's supernatural."
Mefiante (April 28, 2009, 23:16:18 PM):
Anyone claiming that Jesus was busy in their part of the world is going to have to provide some pretty good evidence and an explaination of how he can be at different places at the same time?
It’s quite simple, really: Omnipresence – but not of mind, which is why it’s simple…

In any case, Angus is lying for Jesus here. There was nothing seriously wrong with him.

'Luthon64
Armando (April 29, 2009, 18:37:25 PM):
Yes, 'L64 (OK with you?), I have a sneaky suspicion you're right! What better way to get the limelight focussed on yourself again after the elections? Have you seen the headlines: Zuma's nowhere compared to Buchan's heat stroke or something. Does anyone think the man is stupid? Or the team of advisers he's gathered? There's no doubt in my mind that he will shortly ask all and sundry to bring along their sick, their crippled and blind.
Armando.
Mefiante (May 06, 2009, 22:49:12 PM):
'L64 (OK with you?)…
Apologies for first missing this: By all means, yes! Any abbreviation is fine just so long as it’s clear who is being addressed.

'Luthon64
Jane of the Jungle (May 08, 2009, 00:14:37 AM):
Oh and apparently they had to charge gate fees, because the neighbor who’s land
The campers had to use, couldn't plant his crops this year

Let me wonder why then having this Mighty Morea Conference not after the harvest?
Could THIS have been more profitable? ::)

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