From Asking for Prayer to Dropping the F Bomb: The Saga of Giselle

“You have to catch the ball when you’re supposed to catch the ball. My husband cannot [expletive deleted] throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time. I can’t believe they dropped the ball so many times.”

It’s a bit incongruous to one day be ‘spiritual’ and ask for prayer for your husband and the next drop the f-bomb because the game didn’t go as you wished.   But that’s what Giselle Brady (Tom’s wife) did today.

If one is a person of prayer one is a person who places matters in God’s hands and awaits the outcome in faith and trust.  If one simply wants to appear spiritual however one uses prayer as some sort of mystical talisman and when one doesn’t get what one wishes one is angry and strikes out at the closest target.

The pseudo-spirituality which parades itself these days is genuinely sickening.    At any rate, God doesn’t care who wins a ballgame.  Better to ask him to keep everyone safe and uninjured than to ask him to let your hubby win and then demonstrate yourself to be a vulgar common potty-mouth if he doesn’t.

Whoever has instructed Giselle in theology needs to do a refresher on the theology of prayer.  Maybe she’ll pay attention this time.

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I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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1 Response to From Asking for Prayer to Dropping the F Bomb: The Saga of Giselle

  1. whitney says:

    Uh yeah…and the Kardashians founded their own church. Really. I am finding this quite disturbing.

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