Ocassionally, Perry Noble and I see eye to eye, as you’ll see in this short clip from his baptism sermon.
You’ll see here that Noble notices a preacher who had lost control, but Noble bravely rebukes him and tells him to stop.
When we hear the gospel properly preached, shouldn’t our sin offend us more than the preacher?
UPDATE: This appears to be confusing a few readers who are wondering if this is the right video clip. Here’s an explanation I left in the comments:
Noble carries on about feminine hygiene issues, then gets all offended at how gross it is. He then tells the audience off for his own comments.
(We’re used to Noble setting up mythical dysfunctional churches to complain about, so it shouldn’t be all that surprising that he does the same thing to people in his own congregation.)
Who’s being gross? Who needs to stop?
Not the audience. It’s the preacher.