Tag: predestination

Preacher kids say the darndest things…

Think it’s cool that Spurgeon started preaching when he was 16. Check out Elijah Kaneshiro. Possibly the world’s cutest child preacher. Much less shouty than that kid from last week. Here he is in a video with embedding disabled.

Here’s a four year old preaching on predestination (well, not really). I never expected to see something like that (unless there’s an autocue this is some pretty impressive memory work). He starts preaching at about 3.30 (I did skip backwards and forwards a little bit).

And look. You can buy his DVD. 1 minute in is where the fun begins. He tells a story about a boat, reunited with its creator and owner.

Not sure how I feel about this. What do you reckon?

Here are a couple more kid preachers…

Not much difference between this and most tongues preaching is there (and I don’t think the audience can discern the difference).

This is Elijah’s little sister…

Choose your own adventure?

Can we ever choose our own destination or are we just pawns in a grand game of chess at the hands of an omnipotent deity. Are your choices your choice? Or are they the inevitable product of nurture and nature colliding. It’s a question that literally keeps young theologians and philosophers up at night.

I’m not actually sure where this originally came from – it just popped up in deli.ci.ous. But it made me laugh.