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We need to stop blending into secularism. The stale Lucky Charms of the 80's and 90's can't compare to the wedding banquet of the lamb. We need to stop scrounging for secular table scraps and start inviting them to our Father's table. The Bible answers what nostalgia cannot; it speaks of an eternity of wonder free from the temporal myth of magic.
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In reality, a minimal difference between the magic of Broadway and the feeling of worship in our churches exists. Through lighting, stage dressing, sound, and special effects the theatre generates emotion in its crowds; yet, we would not call these emotional experiences worship. Why then do we crave worship experiences, which can be fabricated by judicious uses religious artifacts and theatrical tricks? The answer is simple. Our definition of worship is wrong.
But what McNair brought to the table was humanity, humility, and a team bond that kept their heads up and their sportsmanship intact through both games, and during a display of community sportsmanship that was just as epic as their loss on the field.
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