Where pastors at the end of most sermons they add on an evangelistic practice of "every eye bowed/every eye closed" and start the "if you.
and “with every head bowed and every eye closed.” It used to be that after a sermon the preacher would invite everybody to close their eyes so. My point is when did the “Every head bowed, every eye closed, no one looking around” altar-call command first begin? I did a quick internet.
This type of altar call makes people into closet Christians.
But along with some of the firey preachers like Whitfield, if you are embarassed you aren't read yet. There are many practices in Evangelicalism that are taken for granted It opens the door to deception and lying.
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But I have to laugh at people who would just have a hissy if someone messed with the traditions
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|Services would usually end with the pastor making an impassioned, logical, case for why everyone not saved should come to Jesus.
Salvation is for the whole world. This type of altar call makes people into closet Christians. Cancel reply. The cause may be noble.
With every head bowed and every eye closed.” I hear that phrase, and a flood of memories comes back into my head.
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Maybe for you, too. “Every head bowed, every eye closed.” Anyone who grew up in a Baptist church is familiar with that line. It was the beginning of the end.
Just a few stanzas after.
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Finney and think he had something to do with it. At home, put your family first. He could have tried the top-down approach utilizing the worldly powers of government and media to establish himself as a center of power and save the world in that way.
You see, in my childhood church, every Sunday night service was an evangelistic meeting. Almost every service ended with the singing of Just.
It was the beginning of the end. Confession that leads to salvation is open, unashamed, sold out, and out loud.
With Every Head Bowed, Every Eye Closed, No One Looking Around Crossing Swords
In being cryptic, it seems Jesus is blowing his big opportunity to get this influential leader of the Jews saved! Sue Rogers July 5, Reply. Rather than revealing his status, Jesus obscures his identity and talks cryptically about light and darkness.