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August 22, 2006


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I just wanted to chime in and tell you thanks for blogging. I found you through a blog search on google, and I check your blog almost every day. I'm a bi-vocational youth pastor, on the verge of starting a church, and I appreciate your thoughts and musings. Anyway, keep up the good work - and congratulations on the successful launch - my vision team and I have added Oak Leaf to our list of things to pray for.



Jesus was sarcastic? I beg to differ, if you are sarcastic it's not a trait you should be proud of, especially if your leading others, I don't accept sarcasm from my children do you?




yes jesus was sarcastic. get the plank out of your eye. so was elijah. "maybe your god is sleeping, or relieving himself...try harder").

i would only allow my children to be sarcastic if they were making fun of people like you. (there's more sarcasm for you)


You must be speaking of another Jesus, I would sure find it hard worshiping a Savior that uses His words to cut, wound and ridicule. He used his words to impact our hearts with truth not to make us victims of some witty comments.


he called the pharisees hypocrites and blind guides, and as you read the gospels, you'll see that he was quite cutting towards certain people. he reserved some pretty harsh words for the people who thought they were perfect, and responded in love and grace to those who didn't have it all together.


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    • My name is Michael Lukaszewski. I grew up in Jacksonville, Florida and went to school at Florida State University. I'm the lead pastor of Oak Leaf Church in Cartersville, Georgia. This is a blog of my personal thoughts and ideas, and does not necessarily reflect the official position of Oak Leaf Church or any other organization mentioned here.

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