Bob shares an "I just left" moment, having been worn down by a message. Been there, done that (although not because of a movie clip).
As more and more people make exits from the program-driven song and dance, many of them have that straw-that-broke-the-camel's-back experience, that defining moment.
For me, it was not an abrupt decision, but a culmination of months and years of God's leading me into discontent. But I had a defining moment. It was in one sermon where Scripture was mishandled (it was said that the things Moses was telling Israelites to remind their children of was that God loved them and wanted them to be happy when, in context, the things he wanted them to remind their children of were the Ten Commandments and the importance of obeying them) and the message was that the more you imagine God blessing you, the more He will give you. Halfway through I just said to my wife, "I can't do this any more."
It wasn't just that one message. That was just the tipping point.
For a friend of ours, the defining moment was the Easter Sunday sermon that didn't have anything to do with the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus.
Have you had a defining moment? What was it?
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