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How many of you like Frozen? 1 week 2 days ago #86968

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The place that I work at keeps playing the Frozen soundtracks and so now the songs are embedded in my brain :pinch:

you should try to let it go

I totally would but, like, for the first time in forever, THEY WONT STOP PLAYING THE SONGS!

I would suggest headphones and phones :silly:

Unfortunately that's not allowed where I work :dry:

Lol!
I personally have a strong disliking (hate) for musicals and Frozen didn't help it. And my teacher loves to sing songs from Frozen and other disney musicals and it is TERRIBLE!!!

You poor soul! Come, let is suffer together :pinch:

Yes let us suffer. :) :)

No headphones?
:ohmy: :unsure:
well......... I have no more advice to give :lol:
maybe hours of praying God will take that song out of ur head accompanied with christian music :silly:

Yup that's pretty much what I do

in my oppinion Frozen wasn't terrible. In fact, it had one of the greatest soundtracks of all time. Let It Go was awesome. It's just that the songs were used over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over again.

Lol, you forgot about 15+ more "overs" :lol:

But yeah, my problem isnt that the movie was poorly made of that the songs were awful. The problem was that the movie was excellent and the songs are super catchy but I don't want them stuck in my head because they kinda convey an unhealthy state of mind that one should be in....Idk if that made any sense :blink:

It does. Somewhat.
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How many of you like Frozen? 1 week 1 day ago #86994

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Blue Tornado wrote:
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Goodness... 3 years since Frozen came out!
Can't believe we all have survived for 3 years with that movie haunting us everywhere we go....

#operationtimetravel

It's been so long, why can't anyone just let it go?

“If you love me let me goooooooo”

But we don’t love it, so we will continue to talk about it.
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LolingforJesus wrote:
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The place that I work at keeps playing the Frozen soundtracks and so now the songs are embedded in my brain :pinch:

you should try to let it go

I totally would but, like, for the first time in forever, THEY WONT STOP PLAYING THE SONGS!

I would suggest headphones and phones :silly:

Unfortunately that's not allowed where I work :dry:

Lol!
I personally have a strong disliking (hate) for musicals and Frozen didn't help it. And my teacher loves to sing songs from Frozen and other disney musicals and it is TERRIBLE!!!

You poor soul! Come, let is suffer together :pinch:

Yes let us suffer. :) :)

No headphones?
:ohmy: :unsure:
well......... I have no more advice to give :lol:
maybe hours of praying God will take that song out of ur head accompanied with christian music :silly:

Yup that's pretty much what I do

in my oppinion Frozen wasn't terrible. In fact, it had one of the greatest soundtracks of all time. Let It Go was awesome. It's just that the songs were used over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over again.
Yeah but let's be real here, Frozen doesn't exactly display Christian morals.
There is a little princess who can basically shoot snow and ice out of her hands. Humans can't do that.
Then her parents die, and Elsa becomes queen. One thing leads to another and everyone finds out the truth. So then she runs away and makes a palace, not to mention she makes two living snowmen/snowmonsters? Are you kidding me? No human can make a living thing, and in my mind that blasphemy.
But anyways I mean yes, the songs are catchy, but the message behind the songs is in my mind not very christian...
Just my two cents :P
And yet, if I was hanging out with Jesus, I would be 100% comfortable sitting down and watching Frozen with Him right next to me...
What does that say about my relationship with God?
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How many of you like Frozen? 1 week 1 day ago #87039

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SirGeneralCliche wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
TomTom wrote:
Quirky wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
Quirky wrote:
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Quirky wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
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The place that I work at keeps playing the Frozen soundtracks and so now the songs are embedded in my brain :pinch:

you should try to let it go

I totally would but, like, for the first time in forever, THEY WONT STOP PLAYING THE SONGS!

I would suggest headphones and phones :silly:

Unfortunately that's not allowed where I work :dry:

Lol!
I personally have a strong disliking (hate) for musicals and Frozen didn't help it. And my teacher loves to sing songs from Frozen and other disney musicals and it is TERRIBLE!!!

You poor soul! Come, let is suffer together :pinch:

Yes let us suffer. :) :)

No headphones?
:ohmy: :unsure:
well......... I have no more advice to give :lol:
maybe hours of praying God will take that song out of ur head accompanied with christian music :silly:

Yup that's pretty much what I do

in my oppinion Frozen wasn't terrible. In fact, it had one of the greatest soundtracks of all time. Let It Go was awesome. It's just that the songs were used over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over again.
Yeah but let's be real here, Frozen doesn't exactly display Christian morals.
There is a little princess who can basically shoot snow and ice out of her hands. Humans can't do that.
Then her parents die, and Elsa becomes queen. One thing leads to another and everyone finds out the truth. So then she runs away and makes a palace, not to mention she makes two living snowmen/snowmonsters? Are you kidding me? No human can make a living thing, and in my mind that blasphemy.
But anyways I mean yes, the songs are catchy, but the message behind the songs is in my mind not very christian...
Just my two cents :P
And yet, if I was hanging out with Jesus, I would be 100% comfortable sitting down and watching Frozen with Him right next to me...
What does that say about my relationship with God?
I wouldn't be, lol. And Idk exactly what you mean, so...
Reply what u mean :lol:


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How many of you like Frozen? 1 week 18 hours ago #87051

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LolingforJesus wrote:
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LolingforJesus wrote:
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Quirky wrote:
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Quirky wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
Quirky wrote:
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Quirky wrote:
The place that I work at keeps playing the Frozen soundtracks and so now the songs are embedded in my brain :pinch:

you should try to let it go

I totally would but, like, for the first time in forever, THEY WONT STOP PLAYING THE SONGS!

I would suggest headphones and phones :silly:

Unfortunately that's not allowed where I work :dry:

Lol!
I personally have a strong disliking (hate) for musicals and Frozen didn't help it. And my teacher loves to sing songs from Frozen and other disney musicals and it is TERRIBLE!!!

You poor soul! Come, let is suffer together :pinch:

Yes let us suffer. :) :)

No headphones?
:ohmy: :unsure:
well......... I have no more advice to give :lol:
maybe hours of praying God will take that song out of ur head accompanied with christian music :silly:

Yup that's pretty much what I do

in my oppinion Frozen wasn't terrible. In fact, it had one of the greatest soundtracks of all time. Let It Go was awesome. It's just that the songs were used over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over again.
Yeah but let's be real here, Frozen doesn't exactly display Christian morals.
There is a little princess who can basically shoot snow and ice out of her hands. Humans can't do that.
Then her parents die, and Elsa becomes queen. One thing leads to another and everyone finds out the truth. So then she runs away and makes a palace, not to mention she makes two living snowmen/snowmonsters? Are you kidding me? No human can make a living thing, and in my mind that blasphemy.
But anyways I mean yes, the songs are catchy, but the message behind the songs is in my mind not very christian...
Just my two cents :P

In that case I shouldn't tell you about the Harry Potter stash under my bed. JK JK. I DON'T read or watch Harry Potter.
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How many of you like Frozen? 1 week 4 hours ago #87075

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SirGeneralCliche wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
TomTom wrote:
Quirky wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
Quirky wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
Quirky wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
Quirky wrote:
Blue Tornado wrote:
Quirky wrote:
The place that I work at keeps playing the Frozen soundtracks and so now the songs are embedded in my brain :pinch:

you should try to let it go

I totally would but, like, for the first time in forever, THEY WONT STOP PLAYING THE SONGS!

I would suggest headphones and phones :silly:

Unfortunately that's not allowed where I work :dry:

Lol!
I personally have a strong disliking (hate) for musicals and Frozen didn't help it. And my teacher loves to sing songs from Frozen and other disney musicals and it is TERRIBLE!!!

You poor soul! Come, let is suffer together :pinch:

Yes let us suffer. :) :)

No headphones?
:ohmy: :unsure:
well......... I have no more advice to give :lol:
maybe hours of praying God will take that song out of ur head accompanied with christian music :silly:

Yup that's pretty much what I do

in my oppinion Frozen wasn't terrible. In fact, it had one of the greatest soundtracks of all time. Let It Go was awesome. It's just that the songs were used over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over again.
Yeah but let's be real here, Frozen doesn't exactly display Christian morals.
There is a little princess who can basically shoot snow and ice out of her hands. Humans can't do that.
Then her parents die, and Elsa becomes queen. One thing leads to another and everyone finds out the truth. So then she runs away and makes a palace, not to mention she makes two living snowmen/snowmonsters? Are you kidding me? No human can make a living thing, and in my mind that blasphemy.
But anyways I mean yes, the songs are catchy, but the message behind the songs is in my mind not very christian...
Just my two cents :P
And yet, if I was hanging out with Jesus, I would be 100% comfortable sitting down and watching Frozen with Him right next to me...
What does that say about my relationship with God?

I would be honestly more than a little concerned........ :unsure:
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How many of you like Frozen? 1 week 1 hour ago #87078

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SirGeneralCliche wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
TomTom wrote:
Quirky wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
Quirky wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
Quirky wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
Quirky wrote:
Blue Tornado wrote:
Quirky wrote:
The place that I work at keeps playing the Frozen soundtracks and so now the songs are embedded in my brain :pinch:

you should try to let it go

I totally would but, like, for the first time in forever, THEY WONT STOP PLAYING THE SONGS!

I would suggest headphones and phones :silly:

Unfortunately that's not allowed where I work :dry:

Lol!
I personally have a strong disliking (hate) for musicals and Frozen didn't help it. And my teacher loves to sing songs from Frozen and other disney musicals and it is TERRIBLE!!!

You poor soul! Come, let is suffer together :pinch:

Yes let us suffer. :) :)

No headphones?
:ohmy: :unsure:
well......... I have no more advice to give :lol:
maybe hours of praying God will take that song out of ur head accompanied with christian music :silly:

Yup that's pretty much what I do

in my oppinion Frozen wasn't terrible. In fact, it had one of the greatest soundtracks of all time. Let It Go was awesome. It's just that the songs were used over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over again.
Yeah but let's be real here, Frozen doesn't exactly display Christian morals.
There is a little princess who can basically shoot snow and ice out of her hands. Humans can't do that.
Then her parents die, and Elsa becomes queen. One thing leads to another and everyone finds out the truth. So then she runs away and makes a palace, not to mention she makes two living snowmen/snowmonsters? Are you kidding me? No human can make a living thing, and in my mind that blasphemy.
But anyways I mean yes, the songs are catchy, but the message behind the songs is in my mind not very christian...
Just my two cents :P
And yet, if I was hanging out with Jesus, I would be 100% comfortable sitting down and watching Frozen with Him right next to me...
What does that say about my relationship with God?
*gasp*

Heresy!

:lol: Okay, okay. Being real here, I am going to scientifically observe this statement.

We know that we are humans. And we know that humans are all different. Based on those facts, we can come to the conclusion that two humans will react differently to each other than two other humans.

Based on the conclusion we have just come to, we can then conclude that a human will have a different relationship with God depending on which human we're talking about.

@SirGeneralCliche has just demonstrated for us a relationship between him and God in which he would feel perfectly fine watching videos with God. If only that could be said of all humans.

Sadly, I think we too often project our relationship with God onto other people and expect them to be carbon copies of us. It's like Europeans trying to convert Native Americans. They were trying to save people, but all they really did was kill them, make enemies, and change them culturally. We do that a lot today. While trying to get everyone "right with God" (whatever that means), all we really accomplish is making enemies, changing people's outward reaction towards God (which is legalism, by the way), and possibly even killing them spiritually.

So. In conclusion, let us all enjoy sharing thoughts on God and how to relate with Him. And let us all share our own experiences with God. But please let's not force our experiences on others.

Because if we all got to heaven and found out that we'd had the same experiences, well...I hate to break it to you, but...that sounds pretty boring.
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emmy01 wrote:
SirGeneralCliche wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
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Quirky wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
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Quirky wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
Quirky wrote:
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Quirky wrote:
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Quirky wrote:
The place that I work at keeps playing the Frozen soundtracks and so now the songs are embedded in my brain :pinch:

you should try to let it go

I totally would but, like, for the first time in forever, THEY WONT STOP PLAYING THE SONGS!

I would suggest headphones and phones :silly:

Unfortunately that's not allowed where I work :dry:

Lol!
I personally have a strong disliking (hate) for musicals and Frozen didn't help it. And my teacher loves to sing songs from Frozen and other disney musicals and it is TERRIBLE!!!

You poor soul! Come, let is suffer together :pinch:

Yes let us suffer. :) :)

No headphones?
:ohmy: :unsure:
well......... I have no more advice to give :lol:
maybe hours of praying God will take that song out of ur head accompanied with christian music :silly:

Yup that's pretty much what I do

in my oppinion Frozen wasn't terrible. In fact, it had one of the greatest soundtracks of all time. Let It Go was awesome. It's just that the songs were used over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over again.
Yeah but let's be real here, Frozen doesn't exactly display Christian morals.
There is a little princess who can basically shoot snow and ice out of her hands. Humans can't do that.
Then her parents die, and Elsa becomes queen. One thing leads to another and everyone finds out the truth. So then she runs away and makes a palace, not to mention she makes two living snowmen/snowmonsters? Are you kidding me? No human can make a living thing, and in my mind that blasphemy.
But anyways I mean yes, the songs are catchy, but the message behind the songs is in my mind not very christian...
Just my two cents :P
And yet, if I was hanging out with Jesus, I would be 100% comfortable sitting down and watching Frozen with Him right next to me...
What does that say about my relationship with God?
*gasp*

Heresy!

:lol: Okay, okay. Being real here, I am going to scientifically observe this statement.

We know that we are humans. And we know that humans are all different. Based on those facts, we can come to the conclusion that two humans will react differently to each other than two other humans.

Based on the conclusion we have just come to, we can then conclude that a human will have a different relationship with God depending on which human we're talking about.

@SirGeneralCliche has just demonstrated for us a relationship between him and God in which he would feel perfectly fine watching videos with God. If only that could be said of all humans.

Sadly, I think we too often project our relationship with God onto other people and expect them to be carbon copies of us. It's like Europeans trying to convert Native Americans. They were trying to save people, but all they really did was kill them, make enemies, and change them culturally. We do that a lot today. While trying to get everyone "right with God" (whatever that means), all we really accomplish is making enemies, changing people's outward reaction towards God (which is legalism, by the way), and possibly even killing them spiritually.

So. In conclusion, let us all enjoy sharing thoughts on God and how to relate with Him. And let us all share our own experiences with God. But please let's not force our experiences on others.

Because if we all got to heaven and found out that we'd had the same experiences, well...I hate to break it to you, but...that sounds pretty boring.
I say if u would feel ok watching ur favorite show with God, then it's probably an ok thing to watch.
But if someone is ok with watching the Hunger Games with God... I would say they need to rethink their convictions :S


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LolingforJesus wrote:
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Quirky wrote:
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Quirky wrote:
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Quirky wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
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Quirky wrote:
The place that I work at keeps playing the Frozen soundtracks and so now the songs are embedded in my brain :pinch:

you should try to let it go

I totally would but, like, for the first time in forever, THEY WONT STOP PLAYING THE SONGS!

I would suggest headphones and phones :silly:

Unfortunately that's not allowed where I work :dry:

Lol!
I personally have a strong disliking (hate) for musicals and Frozen didn't help it. And my teacher loves to sing songs from Frozen and other disney musicals and it is TERRIBLE!!!

You poor soul! Come, let is suffer together :pinch:

Yes let us suffer. :) :)

No headphones?
:ohmy: :unsure:
well......... I have no more advice to give :lol:
maybe hours of praying God will take that song out of ur head accompanied with christian music :silly:

Yup that's pretty much what I do

in my oppinion Frozen wasn't terrible. In fact, it had one of the greatest soundtracks of all time. Let It Go was awesome. It's just that the songs were used over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over again.
Yeah but let's be real here, Frozen doesn't exactly display Christian morals.
There is a little princess who can basically shoot snow and ice out of her hands. Humans can't do that.
Then her parents die, and Elsa becomes queen. One thing leads to another and everyone finds out the truth. So then she runs away and makes a palace, not to mention she makes two living snowmen/snowmonsters? Are you kidding me? No human can make a living thing, and in my mind that blasphemy.
But anyways I mean yes, the songs are catchy, but the message behind the songs is in my mind not very christian...
Just my two cents :P
And yet, if I was hanging out with Jesus, I would be 100% comfortable sitting down and watching Frozen with Him right next to me...
What does that say about my relationship with God?
*gasp*

Heresy!

:lol: Okay, okay. Being real here, I am going to scientifically observe this statement.

We know that we are humans. And we know that humans are all different. Based on those facts, we can come to the conclusion that two humans will react differently to each other than two other humans.

Based on the conclusion we have just come to, we can then conclude that a human will have a different relationship with God depending on which human we're talking about.

@SirGeneralCliche has just demonstrated for us a relationship between him and God in which he would feel perfectly fine watching videos with God. If only that could be said of all humans.

Sadly, I think we too often project our relationship with God onto other people and expect them to be carbon copies of us. It's like Europeans trying to convert Native Americans. They were trying to save people, but all they really did was kill them, make enemies, and change them culturally. We do that a lot today. While trying to get everyone "right with God" (whatever that means), all we really accomplish is making enemies, changing people's outward reaction towards God (which is legalism, by the way), and possibly even killing them spiritually.

So. In conclusion, let us all enjoy sharing thoughts on God and how to relate with Him. And let us all share our own experiences with God. But please let's not force our experiences on others.

Because if we all got to heaven and found out that we'd had the same experiences, well...I hate to break it to you, but...that sounds pretty boring.
I say if u would feel ok watching ur favorite show with God, then it's probably an ok thing to watch.
But if someone is ok with watching the Hunger Games with God... I would say they need to rethink their convictions :S

Well whats the standard for what would be okay or appropriate to watch with God? Is it based on our own feelings of right and wrong?
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Quirky wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
emmy01 wrote:
SirGeneralCliche wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
TomTom wrote:
Quirky wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
Quirky wrote:
jGod8865 wrote:
Quirky wrote:
LolingforJesus wrote:
Quirky wrote:
Blue Tornado wrote:
Quirky wrote:
The place that I work at keeps playing the Frozen soundtracks and so now the songs are embedded in my brain :pinch:

you should try to let it go

I totally would but, like, for the first time in forever, THEY WONT STOP PLAYING THE SONGS!

I would suggest headphones and phones :silly:

Unfortunately that's not allowed where I work :dry:

Lol!
I personally have a strong disliking (hate) for musicals and Frozen didn't help it. And my teacher loves to sing songs from Frozen and other disney musicals and it is TERRIBLE!!!

You poor soul! Come, let is suffer together :pinch:

Yes let us suffer. :) :)

No headphones?
:ohmy: :unsure:
well......... I have no more advice to give :lol:
maybe hours of praying God will take that song out of ur head accompanied with christian music :silly:

Yup that's pretty much what I do

in my oppinion Frozen wasn't terrible. In fact, it had one of the greatest soundtracks of all time. Let It Go was awesome. It's just that the songs were used over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over again.
Yeah but let's be real here, Frozen doesn't exactly display Christian morals.
There is a little princess who can basically shoot snow and ice out of her hands. Humans can't do that.
Then her parents die, and Elsa becomes queen. One thing leads to another and everyone finds out the truth. So then she runs away and makes a palace, not to mention she makes two living snowmen/snowmonsters? Are you kidding me? No human can make a living thing, and in my mind that blasphemy.
But anyways I mean yes, the songs are catchy, but the message behind the songs is in my mind not very christian...
Just my two cents :P
And yet, if I was hanging out with Jesus, I would be 100% comfortable sitting down and watching Frozen with Him right next to me...
What does that say about my relationship with God?
*gasp*

Heresy!

:lol: Okay, okay. Being real here, I am going to scientifically observe this statement.

We know that we are humans. And we know that humans are all different. Based on those facts, we can come to the conclusion that two humans will react differently to each other than two other humans.

Based on the conclusion we have just come to, we can then conclude that a human will have a different relationship with God depending on which human we're talking about.

@SirGeneralCliche has just demonstrated for us a relationship between him and God in which he would feel perfectly fine watching videos with God. If only that could be said of all humans.

Sadly, I think we too often project our relationship with God onto other people and expect them to be carbon copies of us. It's like Europeans trying to convert Native Americans. They were trying to save people, but all they really did was kill them, make enemies, and change them culturally. We do that a lot today. While trying to get everyone "right with God" (whatever that means), all we really accomplish is making enemies, changing people's outward reaction towards God (which is legalism, by the way), and possibly even killing them spiritually.

So. In conclusion, let us all enjoy sharing thoughts on God and how to relate with Him. And let us all share our own experiences with God. But please let's not force our experiences on others.

Because if we all got to heaven and found out that we'd had the same experiences, well...I hate to break it to you, but...that sounds pretty boring.
I say if u would feel ok watching ur favorite show with God, then it's probably an ok thing to watch.
But if someone is ok with watching the Hunger Games with God... I would say they need to rethink their convictions :S

Well whats the standard for what would be okay or appropriate to watch with God? Is it based on our own feelings of right and wrong?
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The place that I work at keeps playing the Frozen soundtracks and so now the songs are embedded in my brain :pinch:

you should try to let it go

I totally would but, like, for the first time in forever, THEY WONT STOP PLAYING THE SONGS!

I would suggest headphones and phones :silly:

Unfortunately that's not allowed where I work :dry:

Lol!
I personally have a strong disliking (hate) for musicals and Frozen didn't help it. And my teacher loves to sing songs from Frozen and other disney musicals and it is TERRIBLE!!!

You poor soul! Come, let is suffer together :pinch:

Yes let us suffer. :) :)

No headphones?
:ohmy: :unsure:
well......... I have no more advice to give :lol:
maybe hours of praying God will take that song out of ur head accompanied with christian music :silly:

Yup that's pretty much what I do

in my oppinion Frozen wasn't terrible. In fact, it had one of the greatest soundtracks of all time. Let It Go was awesome. It's just that the songs were used over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over again.
Yeah but let's be real here, Frozen doesn't exactly display Christian morals.
There is a little princess who can basically shoot snow and ice out of her hands. Humans can't do that.
Then her parents die, and Elsa becomes queen. One thing leads to another and everyone finds out the truth. So then she runs away and makes a palace, not to mention she makes two living snowmen/snowmonsters? Are you kidding me? No human can make a living thing, and in my mind that blasphemy.
But anyways I mean yes, the songs are catchy, but the message behind the songs is in my mind not very christian...
Just my two cents :P
And yet, if I was hanging out with Jesus, I would be 100% comfortable sitting down and watching Frozen with Him right next to me...
What does that say about my relationship with God?
*gasp*

Heresy!

:lol: Okay, okay. Being real here, I am going to scientifically observe this statement.

We know that we are humans. And we know that humans are all different. Based on those facts, we can come to the conclusion that two humans will react differently to each other than two other humans.

Based on the conclusion we have just come to, we can then conclude that a human will have a different relationship with God depending on which human we're talking about.

@SirGeneralCliche has just demonstrated for us a relationship between him and God in which he would feel perfectly fine watching videos with God. If only that could be said of all humans.

Sadly, I think we too often project our relationship with God onto other people and expect them to be carbon copies of us. It's like Europeans trying to convert Native Americans. They were trying to save people, but all they really did was kill them, make enemies, and change them culturally. We do that a lot today. While trying to get everyone "right with God" (whatever that means), all we really accomplish is making enemies, changing people's outward reaction towards God (which is legalism, by the way), and possibly even killing them spiritually.

So. In conclusion, let us all enjoy sharing thoughts on God and how to relate with Him. And let us all share our own experiences with God. But please let's not force our experiences on others.

Because if we all got to heaven and found out that we'd had the same experiences, well...I hate to break it to you, but...that sounds pretty boring.
I say if u would feel ok watching ur favorite show with God, then it's probably an ok thing to watch.
But if someone is ok with watching the Hunger Games with God... I would say they need to rethink their convictions :S

Well whats the standard for what would be okay or appropriate to watch with God? Is it based on our own feelings of right and wrong?
In this scenario we’ve built, God is sitting next to us in physical form, so we could just ask Him.
All rules have exceptions, including this one.
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How many of you like Frozen? 5 hours 22 minutes ago #87496

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The place that I work at keeps playing the Frozen soundtracks and so now the songs are embedded in my brain :pinch:

you should try to let it go

I totally would but, like, for the first time in forever, THEY WONT STOP PLAYING THE SONGS!

I would suggest headphones and phones :silly:

Unfortunately that's not allowed where I work :dry:

Lol!
I personally have a strong disliking (hate) for musicals and Frozen didn't help it. And my teacher loves to sing songs from Frozen and other disney musicals and it is TERRIBLE!!!

You poor soul! Come, let is suffer together :pinch:

Yes let us suffer. :) :)

No headphones?
:ohmy: :unsure:
well......... I have no more advice to give :lol:
maybe hours of praying God will take that song out of ur head accompanied with christian music :silly:

Yup that's pretty much what I do

in my oppinion Frozen wasn't terrible. In fact, it had one of the greatest soundtracks of all time. Let It Go was awesome. It's just that the songs were used over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over again.
Yeah but let's be real here, Frozen doesn't exactly display Christian morals.
There is a little princess who can basically shoot snow and ice out of her hands. Humans can't do that.
Then her parents die, and Elsa becomes queen. One thing leads to another and everyone finds out the truth. So then she runs away and makes a palace, not to mention she makes two living snowmen/snowmonsters? Are you kidding me? No human can make a living thing, and in my mind that blasphemy.
But anyways I mean yes, the songs are catchy, but the message behind the songs is in my mind not very christian...
Just my two cents :P
And yet, if I was hanging out with Jesus, I would be 100% comfortable sitting down and watching Frozen with Him right next to me...
What does that say about my relationship with God?
*gasp*

Heresy!

:lol: Okay, okay. Being real here, I am going to scientifically observe this statement.

We know that we are humans. And we know that humans are all different. Based on those facts, we can come to the conclusion that two humans will react differently to each other than two other humans.

Based on the conclusion we have just come to, we can then conclude that a human will have a different relationship with God depending on which human we're talking about.

@SirGeneralCliche has just demonstrated for us a relationship between him and God in which he would feel perfectly fine watching videos with God. If only that could be said of all humans.

Sadly, I think we too often project our relationship with God onto other people and expect them to be carbon copies of us. It's like Europeans trying to convert Native Americans. They were trying to save people, but all they really did was kill them, make enemies, and change them culturally. We do that a lot today. While trying to get everyone "right with God" (whatever that means), all we really accomplish is making enemies, changing people's outward reaction towards God (which is legalism, by the way), and possibly even killing them spiritually.

So. In conclusion, let us all enjoy sharing thoughts on God and how to relate with Him. And let us all share our own experiences with God. But please let's not force our experiences on others.

Because if we all got to heaven and found out that we'd had the same experiences, well...I hate to break it to you, but...that sounds pretty boring.
I say if u would feel ok watching ur favorite show with God, then it's probably an ok thing to watch.
But if someone is ok with watching the Hunger Games with God... I would say they need to rethink their convictions :S

Well whats the standard for what would be okay or appropriate to watch with God? Is it based on our own feelings of right and wrong?
In this scenario we’ve built, God is sitting next to us in physical form, so we could just ask Him.

And His answer would beee.....
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it was ok except for the magic . look up hidden messages in Disney frozen :ohmy:
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The place that I work at keeps playing the Frozen soundtracks and so now the songs are embedded in my brain :pinch:

you should try to let it go

I totally would but, like, for the first time in forever, THEY WONT STOP PLAYING THE SONGS!

I would suggest headphones and phones :silly:

Unfortunately that's not allowed where I work :dry:

Lol!
I personally have a strong disliking (hate) for musicals and Frozen didn't help it. And my teacher loves to sing songs from Frozen and other disney musicals and it is TERRIBLE!!!

You poor soul! Come, let is suffer together :pinch:

Yes let us suffer. :) :)

No headphones?
:ohmy: :unsure:
well......... I have no more advice to give :lol:
maybe hours of praying God will take that song out of ur head accompanied with christian music :silly:

Yup that's pretty much what I do

in my oppinion Frozen wasn't terrible. In fact, it had one of the greatest soundtracks of all time. Let It Go was awesome. It's just that the songs were used over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over again.
Yeah but let's be real here, Frozen doesn't exactly display Christian morals.
There is a little princess who can basically shoot snow and ice out of her hands. Humans can't do that.
Then her parents die, and Elsa becomes queen. One thing leads to another and everyone finds out the truth. So then she runs away and makes a palace, not to mention she makes two living snowmen/snowmonsters? Are you kidding me? No human can make a living thing, and in my mind that blasphemy.
But anyways I mean yes, the songs are catchy, but the message behind the songs is in my mind not very christian...
Just my two cents :P
And yet, if I was hanging out with Jesus, I would be 100% comfortable sitting down and watching Frozen with Him right next to me...
What does that say about my relationship with God?
*gasp*

Heresy!

:lol: Okay, okay. Being real here, I am going to scientifically observe this statement.

We know that we are humans. And we know that humans are all different. Based on those facts, we can come to the conclusion that two humans will react differently to each other than two other humans.

Based on the conclusion we have just come to, we can then conclude that a human will have a different relationship with God depending on which human we're talking about.

@SirGeneralCliche has just demonstrated for us a relationship between him and God in which he would feel perfectly fine watching videos with God. If only that could be said of all humans.

Sadly, I think we too often project our relationship with God onto other people and expect them to be carbon copies of us. It's like Europeans trying to convert Native Americans. They were trying to save people, but all they really did was kill them, make enemies, and change them culturally. We do that a lot today. While trying to get everyone "right with God" (whatever that means), all we really accomplish is making enemies, changing people's outward reaction towards God (which is legalism, by the way), and possibly even killing them spiritually.

So. In conclusion, let us all enjoy sharing thoughts on God and how to relate with Him. And let us all share our own experiences with God. But please let's not force our experiences on others.

Because if we all got to heaven and found out that we'd had the same experiences, well...I hate to break it to you, but...that sounds pretty boring.
I say if u would feel ok watching ur favorite show with God, then it's probably an ok thing to watch.
But if someone is ok with watching the Hunger Games with God... I would say they need to rethink their convictions :S

Well whats the standard for what would be okay or appropriate to watch with God? Is it based on our own feelings of right and wrong?
In this scenario we’ve built, God is sitting next to us in physical form, so we could just ask Him.

And His answer would beee.....
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@LolingforJesus, that was a question in the form of an incomplete sentence.
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