His anger at the pay has made him enwaged.


    JOKE-OGRAPHY: 1. In the Bible story, Jesus tells a story about a landowner who hires workers throughout the day to work in his vineyard.  Some workers are found and hired right at dawn.  Other workers are hired throughout the day.  The landowner even goes out just an hour before closing and finds a few more unemployed workers, so he hires them, too.  At the end of the day, he pays every worker a full day's wage, regardless of hours.  This is what he owes the first workers, but it's incredibly generous to the last, who only worked an hour.  The first workers complain that they deserve more than the later workers.  The landowner explains that he paid them what they were owed.  Why should they complain if he was generous to others?  Jesus says the landowner is like the kingdom of heaven.  No matter when we reach out to God -- early or late -- He reaches back all the way. 2. In this cartoon, an early worker is complaining on and on about the perceived unfairness of the landowner's selective generosity.  As the early worker lists all the work he did, the landowner adds, "And making plenty of WHINE, apparently."  The worker is complaining a lot -- or "whining" -- about tending a vineyard, where grapes are harvested, in part for wine-making.    "Wine" and "whine" are homophones.  For this reason, the landowner says he must have been making plenty of WHINE.


    Happy October, don't forget to pray for the conversion of all practitioners of witchcraft, occultism, and paganism.


    aaand what about Christian witches? Christo-Pagans? Or even people who venerate saints who are clearly syncretized pagan deities? *cough* St. Brighid of Kildare *cough*

    I genuinely appreciate Christianity and Jesus Christ's sacrifice for humanity, and try my best to shut down pagans/witches/etc. who try to paint you guys whole cloth as bad people...and then you guys turn around and do this. I really do hate to be that bitch, but this is why people don't like you.


    There's no such thing as a Christian witch. Repent.

    • I don't worship demons
    • If you consider certain pagan deities to be demons, then why did saint-venerating sects of Christianity canonize them into sainthood??
    • I agree that if the forces of satan oppose you, you're doing good. I'm pro-life, pro-marriage, pro-abstinence until marriage, pro-family, pro-tradition. I have personally experienced seething hatred and death threats from people who proclaim to worship in the same manner as me when they find out my moral standings on things. I don't say this as some sob-story, just highlighting this point.

    1. Every power not from God is demonic.

    2. Worship of anything other than God is wrong. Also I'm not Catholic and those people don't represent me. I dont know what the Catholics will say, they're the ones who have to defend everything their church does. Some people in the middle ages sneaking pagan idolatry into their religion is bad and I don't endorse it.

    3. Having traditional values is not the gospel and will not save you. You have to put your faith in Jesus as your Lord and savior. As your Lord and your only true God he is a jealous God and will not allow his worship to coexist with the worship of any other god, full stop.


    Paul blinds a sorcerer, the spell casters, diviners, and mediums who become Christians burn their books and scrolls when they hear the gospel and convert to Christianity, King Saul breaks God's law by seeking out the Witch of Endor to summon the spirit of Samuel, Elijah has the prophets of Baal put to death, Jesus literally says you cannot serve two masters. I could go on and on, listing example after example, you can't serve the Living God and demons masquerading as pagan deities. This is called spiritual adultery, the Israelites were guilty of this when they worshiped Baal and YHWH, and it's a violation of the very first commandment, "I am the LORD your God who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery. You shall have no other gods before me." God plays for keeps.