“If you really want to bless the Lord and pour out your love on Him [worship], he has told us how to do it….’In as much as you have done it to one of the least of these my brothers, you have done it to me.’ (Matt. 25)” -Mother Theresa
Apparently, Mother Theresa said these words to some one whose area of expertise is supposed to be “worship”. The bio blurb of his credentials said that he’s a songwriter, producer, publisher of “worship” music. He’s an author who has written books with a name like “The Adventure of Worship”. He’s a “worship teacher” for some organization called “worship schools”.
Whatever. I’ve never heard of the guy. But it really bothered me to think that Mother Theresa’s words were so revolutionary to this person who’s supposed to be an “expert” on worship.
Unfortunately, this wasn’t the most dissappointing part of that article. There were 4 comments at the bottom of the page. 3 of the 4 articles were jackasses informing anyone unfortunate enough to read their BS that Mother Theresa’s beliefs in general was not accurate and that she taught a “false gospel”. Let me give a short quote from each of these idiots:
“We need to minister to the poor, but if we fail to give them the message of salvation through faith in Jesus Christ, we have oppressed them worse than anyone.”
“Have you researched, on your own, the Catholic Church and it’s core and true beliefs? Misinformation is the reason we are separate. Jesus weeps at our separation…”
“M. Theresa, humanly speaking, did a lot to help the suffering of the lepers of Calcutta, but by teaching a false gospel she condemned her hearers to a Christless eternity. “
ARE YOU FREAKING KIDDING ME?
If anything, Jesus weeps at your ridiculous, asinine, pharisaical blather. Shut the frak up already!
I really need to read The Myth of Certainty again…