Just in case you don't have enough reason not to vote for Obama yet.
Quote from article attributed toRev. Otis Moss:
Abraham “pimped his own wife.”
Jesus loves the sinner but hates the sin, and we all fall short of the glory of God.# “Jesus has a soft spot for thugs.”
Indeed, he is - he's using us. Really, what person is any better than the surly gangbanger you see walking down the street with his pants falling down?# “God is always using thugs to do God’s work.”
He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her. - John 8:7# “Everyone has a little bit of thug in them.”
Well, he did. Esau was at fault, but Jacob was no angel either.# Jacob was a “hustler” who “stole his own brother’s birthright.”
Moses' temper and stubborn nature are well documented. He doesn't seem like someone I'd want to have get mad at me.# Moses was a “thug” and “if he got mad would give you a royal beatdown.”
:showoff: It seemed like Samson was always hanging out with women.# Sampson was a “thug” and a “player.”
He was most assuredly a shot-caller and a player. For example, if he happened to like your wife, you might get knocked off. If that's not calling shots and playing, I don't know what is. Like everyone, he made mistakes. But, he also had a strong relationship with God.# David was a “thug,” a “shot caller,” and a “player,” and a man after God’s own heart.
Jesus was put on Earth to save sinners (thugs). He walked with thugs, prostitutes, alcoholics, beggars, etc. That doesn't contradict anything. So far, it sounds like to me that Moss hasn't said anything that's not regularly covered by every old-school Southern Baptist preacher I've ever heard.“Jesus is on the cross being lynched between two thugs. The moment of execution, the moment of murder, Jesus, the son of God, is hanging out with thugs.”