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Gypsy's Lock Church Gates (UK) Funny Reaction

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What would Jesus do? One chap thinks Jesus would turn up with his mighty sword. Very kind of the traveling "community" to lock themselves on somebody else's land but not to worry they're the victims. … Read More
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2m, 3d agoPosted 2 months, 3 days ago
What would Jesus do? One chap thinks Jesus would turn up with his mighty sword. Very kind of the traveling "community" to lock themselves on somebody else's land but not to worry they're the victims. I'm sure they'll leave it nice and tidy as they found it.

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2m, 3d agoPosted 2 months, 3 days ago
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1 Like #1
The first person who mentions the words "Multi-cultural" and "Peace" wins a prize.
5 Likes #2
Smoke 'em out like wasps.
3 Likes #3
Trailer trash that should be exterminated. :(
#4
Disgusts me why we do not change the laws against this sort of thing. It should be they have 1 hour to move or else everyone is arrested and the caravans and transit vans are all impounded then sold to cover the costs.
1 Like #5
Perhaps they are in a field full of "Lucky white heather" and don't want anyone to get it before them
#6
You do realise the sword of the holy spirit is the word of god, he's essentially saying his church will rise against them, so if the police don't move them on expect violence in the night for them blocking the house of god.

If it was a muslim saying that kind of thing they'd be frightened but they have cultivated a stupid view of Christianity that every Christian is like the vicar of Dibley.
1 Like #7
Graham1979
The first person who mentions the words "Multi-cultural" and "Peace" wins a prize.
What did you win?
2 Likes #8
Shengis
Graham1979
The first person who mentions the words "Multi-cultural" and "Peace" wins a prize.
What did you win?
a bible
#9
DarkEnergy2012
Shengis
Graham1979
The first person who mentions the words "Multi-cultural" and "Peace" wins a prize.
What did you win?
a bible


i thought it may be a caravan for one lucky ma.
banned 5 Likes #10
What the hell have I just watched?

I think the Reverend needs the help of an exorcist......
#11
Shengis
Graham1979
The first person who mentions the words "Multi-cultural" and "Peace" wins a prize.
What did you win?

TV licence for life, I sent it back to myself with a stringly worded letter of disgust.
#12
Error440
You do realise the sword of the holy spirit is the word of god, he's essentially saying his church will rise against them, so if the police don't move them on expect violence in the night for them blocking the house of god.
If it was a muslim saying that kind of thing they'd be frightened but they have cultivated a stupid view of Christianity that every Christian is like the vicar of Dibley.
You are right to say the sword of the Holy Spirit is the word of God, but it's only mentioned once in the Bible (in the book of Ephesians).

What the pastor is doing is calling on the Spirit of God to not only right what he perceives to be a wrong, but also that the Holy Spirit might draw the sinners to Jesus.

If a believer takes a request to the Holy Spirit, they are handing the problem over to the Holy Spirit, and once it is handed over they cannot then take it back, otherwise what was the point in giving it to the Holy Spirit in the first place?
They have to leave it with the Holy Spirit.
1 Like #13
YouDontWantToKnow
What the hell have I just watched?

I think the Reverend needs the help of an exorcist......
You've never heard anyone speaking in tongues before?
#14
tryn2help
Error440
You do realise the sword of the holy spirit is the word of god, he's essentially saying his church will rise against them, so if the police don't move them on expect violence in the night for them blocking the house of god.
If it was a muslim saying that kind of thing they'd be frightened but they have cultivated a stupid view of Christianity that every Christian is like the vicar of Dibley.
You are right to say the sword of the Holy Spirit is the word of God, but it's only mentioned once in the Bible (in the book of Ephesians).
What the pastor is doing is calling on the Spirit of God to not only right what he perceives to be a wrong, but also that the Holy Spirit might draw the sinners to Jesus.
If a believer takes a request to the Holy Spirit, they are handing the problem over to the Holy Spirit, and once it is handed over they cannot then take it back, otherwise what was the point in giving it to the Holy Spirit in the first place?
They have to leave it with the Holy Spirit.

Who knows what he was babbling but he seemed to be trying to take down the fence and have others join him, thats what it looked like to me, any idea what he was babbling was it a foreign language?

Why were the police involved anyway its private land they could have got bolt cutters and hired security to kick em off
#15
Error440
tryn2help
Error440
You do realise the sword of the holy spirit is the word of god, he's essentially saying his church will rise against them, so if the police don't move them on expect violence in the night for them blocking the house of god.
If it was a muslim saying that kind of thing they'd be frightened but they have cultivated a stupid view of Christianity that every Christian is like the vicar of Dibley.
You are right to say the sword of the Holy Spirit is the word of God, but it's only mentioned once in the Bible (in the book of Ephesians).
What the pastor is doing is calling on the Spirit of God to not only right what he perceives to be a wrong, but also that the Holy Spirit might draw the sinners to Jesus.
If a believer takes a request to the Holy Spirit, they are handing the problem over to the Holy Spirit, and once it is handed over they cannot then take it back, otherwise what was the point in giving it to the Holy Spirit in the first place?
They have to leave it with the Holy Spirit.
Who knows what he was babbling but he seemed to be trying to take down the fence and have others join him, thats what it looked like to me, any idea what he was babbling was it a foreign language?
Why were the police involved anyway its private land they could have got bolt cutters and hired security to kick em off
He was speaking in tongues.

Goes back to the book of Acts when the diciples were suddenly filled with the Holy Spirit and were immediately able to speak in foreign tongues.

Ultimately, they churchgoers recognised it as being a spirtual problem as well as a natural problem, and they invoked the Holy Spirit to come against the demons controlling the offenders.

That's why they were asking the the Holy Spirit to draw the sinners to Jesus, that the sinners might be cleansed of unclean spirits and be saved.
1 Like #16
tryn2help
YouDontWantToKnow
What the hell have I just watched?
I think the Reverend needs the help of an exorcist......
You've never heard anyone speaking in tongues before?
http://68.media.tumblr.com/60412cdc3eca1a7b3828863d1f7db6b9/tumblr_mwf0s7U9zk1qelb42o1_500.gif
kapish?
#17
Error440
Why were the police involved anyway its private land they could have got bolt cutters and hired security to kick em off

Yes I can see Jesus himself doing that, no welcome to all just "Get offff my land"
1 Like #18
tryn2help
YouDontWantToKnow
What the hell have I just watched?
I think the Reverend needs the help of an exorcist......
You've never heard anyone speaking in tongues before?
I think it must have been Alien tongues. Didn't sound human for sure.
2 Likes #19
Error440
tryn2help
Error440
You do realise the sword of the holy spirit is the word of god, he's essentially saying his church will rise against them, so if the police don't move them on expect violence in the night for them blocking the house of god.
If it was a muslim saying that kind of thing they'd be frightened but they have cultivated a stupid view of Christianity that every Christian is like the vicar of Dibley.
You are right to say the sword of the Holy Spirit is the word of God, but it's only mentioned once in the Bible (in the book of Ephesians).
What the pastor is doing is calling on the Spirit of God to not only right what he perceives to be a wrong, but also that the Holy Spirit might draw the sinners to Jesus.
If a believer takes a request to the Holy Spirit, they are handing the problem over to the Holy Spirit, and once it is handed over they cannot then take it back, otherwise what was the point in giving it to the Holy Spirit in the first place?
They have to leave it with the Holy Spirit.

Who knows what he was babbling but he seemed to be trying to take down the fence and have others join him, thats what it looked like to me, any idea what he was babbling was it a foreign language?

Why were the police involved anyway its private land they could have got bolt cutters and hired security to kick em off


have a ring round a few security companies to get a quote for removing some people on your land, then mention you would like them to remove the caravans and transits they turned up in. good luck.
#20
shadey12
Error440
tryn2help
Error440
You do realise the sword of the holy spirit is the word of god, he's essentially saying his church will rise against them, so if the police don't move them on expect violence in the night for them blocking the house of god.
If it was a muslim saying that kind of thing they'd be frightened but they have cultivated a stupid view of Christianity that every Christian is like the vicar of Dibley.
You are right to say the sword of the Holy Spirit is the word of God, but it's only mentioned once in the Bible (in the book of Ephesians).
What the pastor is doing is calling on the Spirit of God to not only right what he perceives to be a wrong, but also that the Holy Spirit might draw the sinners to Jesus.
If a believer takes a request to the Holy Spirit, they are handing the problem over to the Holy Spirit, and once it is handed over they cannot then take it back, otherwise what was the point in giving it to the Holy Spirit in the first place?
They have to leave it with the Holy Spirit.
Who knows what he was babbling but he seemed to be trying to take down the fence and have others join him, thats what it looked like to me, any idea what he was babbling was it a foreign language?
Why were the police involved anyway its private land they could have got bolt cutters and hired security to kick em off
have a ring round a few security companies to get a quote for removing some people on your land, then mention you would like them to remove the caravans and transits they turned up in. good luck.


Give em to the poor if they leave em behind, house the homeless on the church land
3 Likes #21
shauneco
tryn2help
YouDontWantToKnow
What the hell have I just watched?
I think the Reverend needs the help of an exorcist......
You've never heard anyone speaking in tongues before?
I think it must have been Alien tongues. Didn't sound human for sure.
It's to do with the spiritual dimension and not the natural.

I suspect many of those ancient languages are long gone now - apart from Manc - but that sounds Alien to me. X)
4 Likes #22
tryn2help
shauneco
tryn2help
YouDontWantToKnow
What the hell have I just watched?
I think the Reverend needs the help of an exorcist......
You've never heard anyone speaking in tongues before?
I think it must have been Alien tongues. Didn't sound human for sure.
It's to do with the spiritual dimension and not the natural.

I suspect many of those ancient languages are long gone now - apart from Manc - but that sounds Alien to me. X)


try going to some pit villages round yorkshire.
it makes speaking in tounges sound normal ish

Edited By: shadey12 on Feb 25, 2017 21:24: edit
3 Likes #23
stuarthanley
Smoke 'em out like wasps.

Flood the place and they will scurry off like the rats they are
banned#24
bloody hell, that was scary.
was the pastor cursing him?
#25
sofiasar
bloody hell, that was scary.
was the pastor cursing him?
No.

Bless those who persecute you; bless and do not curse.” (Romans 12:14).
2 Likes #26
tryn2help
sofiasar
bloody hell, that was scary.
was the pastor cursing him?
No.
Bless those who persecute you; bless and do not curse.” (Romans 12:14).


When Brexit arrives finally whats happens to all those lovely folk from south of the Irish border, you know the travelers who are banned from living that lifestyle in Ireland?
#27
tryn2help
He was speaking in tongues.
He might have been speaking in tongues towards the beginning of the video because I could understand him. That's how the miracle is supposed to work, right?

Then it seemed to wear off and he started gibbering.
1 Like #28
My ears are burning

http://s15.postimg.org/jaybeyeuj/jesus.jpg
#29
Filthy **** took over half the asda car park in old kent rd london last month chucking **** nappies out the caravan windows unbelievable sight in this day and age.

Edited By: waterloo on Feb 25, 2017 23:28
1 Like #30
Feed 'em to the pigs Errol
#31
http://i.imgur.com/FpmIP8v.png
:D

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