Luke Guard #SHAME Video: Hashtag Youth Series
My brother, Luke Guard, delivers a message from the scriptures about shame.
Luke Guard talks about using our shame for God’s glory. Instead of building up ourselves and pretending to be perfect, Scripture encourages us to be honest with our sin, flaws, and need for grace. People don’t usually like to share their sin and shame with others. Luke reminds us that our open confession of sin magnifies the mercy received and patience displayed in the gift of Jesus Christ.
from Day 3.5:
“Excuse me,” I said. More applause, more whistling, more stomping feet. So I spat the words out like a school teacher who has returned from a restroom visit to find her classroom baptized in chaos: “EXCUSE ME!” The applause abruptly choked, except for Skeeter McDoogan, whose clapping sort of sputtered out like a dieseling engine. Then I calmly added, “Excuse me, but I do have some questions.”
“Well let’s hear them, then,” replied Brother Snipes, smugly.
“First, I keep hearing Mack Baldato and Strudel Harrison being chastised for wearing sweaters. What’s wrong with wearing sweaters? Maybe they just like wearing them. I don’t see how that’s a sign of apostasy.”
Dave is weird, but I love him. DMB was a fresh taste of music for me that opened me up to the music of the 90s. I don’t understand why his biggest fan base is frat boys in ball caps. Shouldn’t y’all be listening to All American Rejects or something? I’ll also never understand why I like him. That boy is one filthy hedonist. But he’s also an introspective philanthropist. DMB’s music is a world rock mix of genres that knows how to have fun.