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Channel 23

July 15, 1996

A modern Psalm taken from “The New International Unchristian Perversion.” “The TV is my shepherd, I shall not want anything else. It maketh me to lie down on the sofa. It leadeth me away from the Scripture. It destroys my soul. It leadeth me in the paths of sex and violence for the sponsors sake, Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will enjoy the evil, for blood and sex they excite me. It’s cable and remote they comfort me. It prepares a commercial before me in the presence of my children. It anoints my head with humanism, My coveting runneth over. Surely laziness and ignorance shall follow my family all the days of our lives, and we shall dwell in the house watching TV forever.”
But don’t worry parents, as you know the TV doesn’t have any influence on the children of parents who don’t want it to influence them. That’s why the sponsors only advertise products you have already decided to buy.

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  1. Right on the mark. As one who grew up watching movies, visiting theaters was the thing to do. Am now a Sunday school teacher and the movies have only gotten worse. Am still tempted at all angles to see that good movie that came out. I tell my children I never understood the awful taste of alcohol, however my alchohol was movies. In movies and TV shows the main guy usually kills the bad guy; he is then the hero. Our Lord died on the cross for the very people that put Him there. Which movie hero would turn his gun on himself for his enemies? Our Lord did this for us, though he was very much undeserving of death. Those stories (movies) straight from the devil teach us that our Lord is the loser. I thank you all at the ministry of No Greater Joy for your commitment to our Lord. You have been a great help in your serving us. Thank you for listening.

  2. Well saud and solid holy truth. One can not watch tv, and have the presence of the LORD, and walk in holiness.
    Thank you
    Brother Erik