Clues for This Weekend's Single
Thu., Apr. 16. 2015 2:09pm EDT
Our next single features parodies of two classic rock acts who had hits in the 70's and the 80's. Here are your clues:
Take a peek at a Bible commentary and you'll see that scholars aren't sure who wrote the Epistle to the Hebrews. The letter is silent about that but harbors no secrets about Jesus' identity, demonstrating His superiority to the angels, Moses, and levitical priests. Consequently, it stresses repeatedly that today's the day to ask Him into our hearts. Speaking of identities, although the artist we're spoofing came from England, to dislike them seems un-American.
King David was a straight shooter, and not just with a slingshot — read his Psalms! If you needed somebody as a role model for prayer, you ought to consider David before moving on to anybody besides Jesus. If you can't get enough of David, the Bible's the place to go. He's mentioned more times than anybody besides Jesus. How about that?
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