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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by TaterTot, Apr 15, 2007.
Do folks in your church sit there like they have been eating persimmons?
We have a handful at this current church, not too many though. Now at my previous church...i wouldn't say persimmons as much as they look like they were baptized in bad vinegar.
Actually, I have no way of knowing how the people look since I sit in the 3rd pew from the front, and my back is to them.
when our church was sick, yes.
Now that we're healthy....no.
No, most of them look quite peaceful in their sleep...
No. We have a lively, joyful, church.
I have learned that some people just look that way, it's their natural look, especially older people. It's easy to interpet their look of age, wrinkles etc as a sour look.
well, we get to see what you look like finally,,, lol,,, I say pish tosh
Mmm ... I like persimmons!
I agree with Donna. Worship happens no matter. Maybe emotional, maybe not. Sometimes people are in too much pain to laugh or smile, sometimes they're too shy to make a sound.
I wouldn't use sour faces as a measuring stick. It's not necessarily an indicant of their spiritual condition.
I had a view of one of my students during Easter service and he looked like he was snoozing! I asked him Monday if he had fallen asleep. He said no! Then he said that it was hard, but he managed to stay awake
I would have to choose to go elsewhere. Where is their joy?
I have been in a church once where some of the members must have been baptized in pickle juice..... :laugh: