Saturday, September 29, 2007

Lifehouse Skit

This video has been circulating the Internet. It is a five minute youth group skit set to the song Everything by Lifehouse. The first two minutes are a little "happy-hands-esque," if ya know what I mean? :) But the last two minutes hit on such an undeniable truth of the gospel. Of course I cried. But that doesn't mean much, since I cry during Full House reruns...(a little on the emotional side). Although even Will teared up, and he doesn't cry that much. Anyway..it's definitely worth the watch....ENJOY!

12 comments:

Stephy said...

AH!! TWO FOR TWO! I cried again! That was a good one!

from Christy Fritz said...

yep... i cried too..
good timing for me.
thanks for sharing.:)

Lon said...

just wanted to say great blog, i'm adding it to my feedreader!

Tia Lynn said...

Thanks lon! Welcome aboard! :)

Hey Christy-I know. This video struck a chord with me too. I watched it at 2 in the morning and cried and cried!

Marlyne said...

eh...this skit is feeding our "victim" mentality... as if we have no control...How bout some person responsibility please?

BgArt said...

I cried.

Tia Lynn said...

Marlyne...a five minute skit is not going to convey every principle of the gospel...but the message of Jesus taking on Himself what we deserve is a core truth of the gospel. What did you think should happen? The girl turns back to Jesus and he should reject her because she made poor decisions? Well, we'd all be in trouble. :)

maura said...

I loved it! It truly reminded me of Christ's deep love and sacrifice for us. Great skit!
...and yes, I cried also.

dave said...

Hey...just found your blog and love it...i think via the Subversive Influence blog.

I am a sucker for these kind of dramas..Here is my question about it,though...Love to hear your thoughts :

http://davewainscott.blogspot.com/2007/09/broken-pictures-of-jesus.html

dave said...

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Tia Lynn said...

Hey Dave. My husband actually pointed out the exact SAME thing...I'm sure it wasn't intentional either...but it does seem to be a common occurence in these types of dramas. The entire first half, I was kinda like OH please, with the one drink and your doomed kind of a message...but in a five minute skit you are not going to be able to convey a realistic downward spiral that many people experience.

Overall, I think it's a moving skit.

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