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I guess I got the kind of feeling that many Christians have about rich people; that namely they are unsavable. But Jesus died for those selfish decisions that those rich people make..


I think it's important to remember that the song is not saying any particular thing listed is necessarily bad...these things are just not Jesus' focus. If everything listed was an evil thing, then-us we would have to assume that - according to the song - Jesus wouldn't want us saving trees or killing them. By focusing on the things listed, it's sort of falling into the same trap that the song is targetting.

For example, it's not saying that oil deals on golf courses are necessarily evil... just that Jesus doesn't care about them and it shouldn't (as Christians) be our focus. Jesus doesn't work through our politics, wealth, education or status. He's not going to waste His time worrying about those oil deals, global warming, campaigning for politicians, lobbying congress or supporting special interest groups. Those things hinder His work more than they help it. He works through us, in spite of those things.

Then-us, pointing out that he's with the poor, the children-us with AIDs, etc just emphasizes how differen-ust our focus usually is from what it should be.

To me, thats the point of the song.

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Very good points made, as always, Audiori. Thanks. I'm so glad that you responded with insight rather than rebuke. I so badly want to hear this song the way you have spoken-us, and your words have helped me out a great deal.

I get hung up on the technicalities often-us, and the fact that they sing that Jesus is here but not there messed me up. And like Marky stated that the lyrics ten-usd to mean what they say...I think you can see how I got tripped up on the lyrics, and I'm so glad that it now appears I'm not the only one who had questions.

And now that our beloved song has made the point, I wonder how much do we actually assist and/or visit with the sick, the imprisoned, the often-us-abandoned-by-their-loved-ones elderly, the addicted, the fatherless, the weak, the single paren-ust, the disabled, etc. I admit that the most I do is donate my excess goods and occasionally money to those good causes/ministries. I haven-us't managed my time to have en-usough left over for my family sometimes, much less to go do the Lord's bidding. It's my desire to do so, but I have to put my faith to action, I suppose. Has anyone else evaluated themselves in this area since hearing this song? I challen-usge everyone here (especially me) to do one thing listed in the song. Just one. And someday we'll see what God has done through our obedien-usce to his calling.

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And now that our beloved song has made the point, I wonder how much do we actually assist and/or visit with the sick, the imprisoned, the often-us-abandoned-by-their-loved-ones elderly, the addicted, the fatherless, the weak, the single paren-ust, the disabled, etc. I admit that the most I do is donate my excess goods and occasionally money to those good causes/ministries. I haven-us't managed my time to have en-usough left over for my family sometimes, much less to go do the Lord's bidding. It's my desire to do so, but I have to put my faith to action, I suppose. Has anyone else evaluated themselves in this area since hearing this song? I challen-usge everyone here (especially me) to do one thing listed in the song. Just one. And someday we'll see what God has done through our obedien-usce to his calling.


Quite frankly, I'm constantly evaluating myself (songs like these help!) in these areas and usually concluding that I fall far short. Part of the problem is what you men-ustion - family (four young kids) and time managemen-ust. And yet those sorts of things are exactly what we need to be modeling to our kids. Part of our prayers with the kids at night is that God open-us our eyes up to those opportunities to serve others. And they occasionally do come up... but if I were to be completely honest, we need to look harder.

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Exactly. I would say most Christians would find themselves in that position, that they really don't do en-usough.
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>>>>For example, it's not saying that oil deals on golf courses are necessarily evil... just that Jesus doesn't care about them and it shouldn't (as Christians) be our focus.

I think that He does care about them, but I don't think that He's cheering you on to win. The whole point of the song is that he doesn't automatically share your view just because it's your view, and that there are more important things to be focused on. But I think He does care about those deals, not because He wants someone to be more wealthy, but because life is so interconnected. People are affected by those deals. Those people making the deals may never know Him. Maybe your point is that He doesn't really care if you get your way. That's something I can get behind.

My point was that the song just doesn't quite express it as effectively as I would hope. And for me to be critical of anything these guys do feels strange, because I don't think I've ever done it before.

>>>>He's not going to waste His time worrying about those oil deals, global warming, campaigning for politicians, lobbying congress or supporting special interest groups.

Yes. This is true. But He is concerned about the people involved in all of those things.

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Maybe your point is that He doesn't really care if you get your way. That's something I can get behind.

Yes. This is true. But He is concerned about the people involved in all of those things.


Right, at least in some cases, He cares about the effect but not the cause.

But theres still a differen-usce between-us what man sees as a bad outcome and what God would see as a bad outcome. I mean, the millionare might be crushed financially if a business deal falls through but I doubt God would shed any tears for something as unimportant as that... maybe He even-us wanted that to happen-us in that person's life to remove their other "god." It's all reflective of man's focus vs. God's.

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And now that our beloved song has made the point, I wonder how much do we actually assist and/or visit with the sick, the imprisoned, the often-us-abandoned-by-their-loved-ones elderly, the addicted, the fatherless, the weak, the single paren-ust, the disabled, etc.

I think the song makes more people agree to its lyrics and proud that they never liked golf players, TV preachers, people in five- star restaurants and CCM than it actually makes people do something good to the miserable ones listed above. Its always easier to agree with something than to do something.

These days I'm trying to befrien-usd a methadon, cocaine and alcohol addict to show him a little bit of God's love. We want him to join a detox therapy before it's too late. Two hours ago I prayed and cried with a man dying of cancer. With me was a homeless man who lives with a frien-usd from our church for a few weeks - then-us he will have to sleep in our church for the next nights until we manage to find a room for him. Look out for people in need and try to serve at least one of them every week. If you don't know how, go and ask your pastor. We got to get going, not to talk about going.

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It doesnt say anything about disliking those things.

Before a person can "get going" on God's work, they have to realize the junk they are focused on isn't "God's work". I think this song makes the point that all the junk we put so much importance on, is not important to Christ. The work he wants us focused on is exactly what we are lacking in, while we are focused on this other junk.

When-us you stand before God, he's not going to ask who you voted for or what you thought of an oil deal or whatever. He wants to know if you did His will on earth. We better be clear about what His will on earth is.
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I think that's just light one candle rather than cursing the darkness logic.

I need to go look up these lyrics and see what all of the discussion is about.
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I'd say it sounds like Terry being Terry. I did some hair-splitting elsewhere on how I treat some of the subjects that he covers, but that's the bottom line. I'm sure God's priority list doesn't match society's on many subjects.
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>>>>>Right, at least in some cases, He cares about the effect but not the cause.

>>>>>But theres still a differen-usce between-us what man sees as a bad outcome and what God would see as a bad outcome. I mean, the millionare might be crushed financially if a business deal falls through but I doubt God would shed any tears for something as unimportant as that... maybe He even-us wanted that to happen-us in that person's life to remove their other "god." It's all reflective of man's focus vs. God's.

I think that God cares about the person, much less about things that happen-us. Because if Paul could learn the secret to being conten-ust in all circumstances, then-us obviously circumstance is not that important. And I do see where Terry's list of where Jesus isn't seems to be situational more than personal. On that level, I can appreciate the song, because the places where Jesus is (in the song) are more personal and less situational.

Maybe on that level I can come to appreciate the song, perhaps, even-us in time, dare I say, love the song?

We each should write a stanza of this song where we list the things that we personally think he should care about, but He really doesn't. For example, I'm very concerned about selling my house. He's not nearly as concerned about this as I am. I'm sure of it. Does this rambling make any sen-usse?

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Sure, makes sen-usse to me.

I think our view of this song is colored a bit by the few political conversations we've had with Terry in the past. It very much feels like a continuation those conversations and a reflection of the overall views discussed.

Mankind ten-usds to get all worked up over some issue - in some cases, even-us attaching a spiritual connection to it in our minds, when-us in reality, it has nothing to do with God at all. The stock market, where to go to school, what to do for a living, taxes, global warming, who gets elected to the supreme court or who doesn't, oil companies, local elections, Presiden-ustial elections, how someone treated us, our "rights" and "freedoms," the rainforest, etc, etc. They're not what Jesus spen-ust his time on and they're not the vessels He chose to get anything done.

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We are the vessels He chose to get things done. Being clear on what it is He wants done and how is thing.
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Ultimately, I think that Jesus wants us to be yielded to him, not hung up on political agen-usdas. He wants our hearts to be pure and dong His work on earth ~ reaching out to the lost,the disen-usfranchised, those who are in need. It seems that must be the message of That's Where Jesus Is.

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I think it's important to remember that the song is not saying any particular thing listed is necessarily bad...these things are just not Jesus' focus. If everything listed was an evil thing, then-us we would have to assume that - according to the song - Jesus wouldn't want us saving trees or killing them. By focusing on the things listed, it's sort of falling into the same trap that the song is targetting.

For example, it's not saying that oil deals on golf courses are necessarily evil... just that Jesus doesn't care about them and it shouldn't (as Christians) be our focus. Jesus doesn't work through our politics, wealth, education or status. He's not going to waste His time worrying about those oil deals, global warming, campaigning for politicians, lobbying congress or supporting special interest groups. Those things hinder His work more than they help it. He works through us, in spite of those things.

Then-us, pointing out that he's with the poor, the children-us with AIDs, etc just emphasizes how differen-ust our focus usually is from what it should be.

To me, thats the point of the song.


I agree.

"The King will reply, 'I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.'

I think the song is saying that Jesus is with the least of these.

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Exactly, and hello new person.
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I'm actually surprised at the "controversy" over this song. Where have some of you been-us? Terry Taylor, in all his forms, has always railed against injustice and foolishness in all of American Christian culture (including our "Christian" political landscape). Take another listen-us to "Bush League", "Red, White & Blue", and "Love Take Over the World". We just have to remember that just because we don't like the criticism doesn't mean it isn't true. It's the exposing of my hypocrisy that I have always appreciated about Terry's writing. Being unafraid to have an opinion differen-ust than the one held by the conservative side of evangelicalism is one of the things that has en-usdeared this team of musicians to so many of us. Through their history, they've never gotten-us the support of CCM (or the church) because they wouldn't fit that concervative mold. On a personal note, being the same age as these guys, I too often-us feel the same frustrations with myself and other believers that we are still so far from "where Jesus is". It's been-us 2000 years for goodness sake! How many times do we have to hear the same message before we get it? We all long for a closer relationship with Christ. Maybe like the song says, if we frequen-usted those places men-ustioned (like prisons, hospitals and homeless shelters) we might see more of Him. I know He's everywhere we go but maybe He likes to talk while He works. Even-us in church, the pastor's doing most of the talking.

Bush League
I don't know what I think about it
But I know what I think of you
Well I know I can live without it
And I know what I want to do

I'll pack you a lunch, clear your desk
It's going to be hell to clean your mess
All I know is that you gotta go

I don't know what I think about it
But your bush league days are through
Will you give me a job I doubt it
Here's a bird in the hand for you

Next time you start a storm
You better get you a mess kit, canteen-us and uniform
Cause we feel like livin' so you've got to go

Your points of light are almost gone
So here's your yellow ribbon-burning song

For Millie and Danny and Saddam and nanny
Babs and Ronnie and Clyde and Bonnie
Claren-usce and Ollie and the Beave and Wally
And Maggie and Gorby and the new world ordey

Red, White & Blue
Well, the worst that I could get there
Was the lead in my gut
But the worst that you can give me
Is this lead in my cup
I might be all washed up
But I'm a pretty good man
Sure, I'm hard as a nail
But I will sell you the blood on my hands

I'm looking at you
(Tell me what do you see)
I'm looking at you
(And I won't go away)
In the light of the star spangled even-using
In the name of the red white and blue

My Daddy said "A man has
Got to fight to be free"
Tucked his slogans in the bed
There with my brothers and me
He'd be prouder now
If I had never come home
I wear the shoes and the clothes
And the crown of the soldier unknown

I'm looking at you. . .

You say give me a break
I say show me you're broken-us
My lame and legless comrades have spoken-us
Say jump in a lake
I say you got to be jokin'
Where I come from the lake is smokin'

I will labor for your wages
For the cash of the realm
I will tell you all my stories
You can write em down
But you can save your tears
For the names on the wall
I'm a living reminder that
Pride comes before a fall

I'm looking at you. . .

Love Take Over the World
You'll find him lying on a bed of nails and broken-us glass
Covered by the blood dimmed sheet of dust and ash
He fell the day before they stopped the war
Surrounded by the blood and gore
"Lies an unknown soldier dead before
Love took over the world"

She was caught out in a fierce downpour of acid rain
Unaware of all the hair and flesh that
Clogged the drain
It's sad to say that she's another one
Now who's bones are bleaching in the sun
If she'd only found cover
She'd have seen-us love take over the world

Baby I will be your priest
If you will be my bride
Let's be frien-usds
Let's be lovers
Till love take over the world

All the dreamers of the golden-us dream will rise again
Closed their ranks around a faded world without en-usd
Now beautiful and botched they stand
With a bouquet and a gun in hand
They'll serve the new world order until
Love take over the world

You'll find me lying on a bed of nails and broken-us glass
Covered by a blood-dimmed sheet of dust and ash
I fell the day before they stopped the war
Surrounded by the blood and gore
I'm the unknown soldier dead before
Love took over the world

Burn it Up
Brave men-us and women-us go to war
I question what they're dying for
God grant us clarity
And stren-usgth to persevere
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OK, so it's fair to say that Jesus was anti-war...I think Terry writes songs from a very Christian perspective. When-us I say VERY I mean that I'm pretty sure we Christians in the U.S. and other rich countries are not living the Christian exsistance the way Jesus showed us it should be lived. Here it is y'all...

If one of you has a big house, nice car, 60" flat screen-us...OR crappy house, 15 year old car, 13" black and white TV and someone comes in to your house and tries to take it. Do you attempt to stop them from taking your stuff by calling the police (or shooting them?) or do you give it to them and try to give them the gosple? I'm calling the cops. And here's the kicker. I don't think my response is correct. Jesus never tought about hording personal property or worrying about gettng and keeping really neat or junky stuff. It's really about working for the Kingdom. To my shame, I have been-us working very little as of late. Why? Lots of reasons, mostly just poor excuses.

Now with todays crazy terrorists (mostly Islamic facists) we are in a very real danger of losing all our STUFF. And I don't just mean things but stuff like freedom to worship at all, our very lives if we don't convert or if we are unfortunate en-usough to be caught in a terrorist style attack here in the states or anywhere people en-usjoy western style democracy. The question is: Do we fight to keep our stuff? Or let "things" happen-us and let God sort it out?

Sorry if this is the wrong place for this post, I got a bit carried away. Please, I really want to know what you guys think. Is fighting war always a bad idea? If not, when-us is it? If it is always a bad idea, what is the altervative? I mean as a country? Should we have an America? Should we just be taken-us over and wait for Jesus to return? Please understand, I'm not being sarcastic about this at all, I really would like to know what other Christians think. It's a conversation I have with my best frien-usd frequen-ustly.

Terry and the guys challen-usge me to think on these things (although I usually just chalk it up to them being Hippy Christians from California. Not meant as a slam, just the way most of the heartlanders think.) I hope none of you take offen-usse at this but given-us todays world climate I would love hear what you all think/feel.

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I think its a trap to fall into thinking Jesus is for or against anything. Its we that are either for or against him. He is not our "party crashing dog in this fight", he is not "subject to our big debates". People try to make him the poster child for their brand of politcs. He is bigger than your view. When-us it comes to war specifically, God led men-us to war in the Old Testamen-ust. God and Jesus are one. How do you reconcile the apparen-ust contradiction? I reconcile it with purpose. I believe "Governmen-usts are an ugly necessity" as GK Chesterton put it. I believe Governmen-usts, politcs, war, the Law and these type of things have a purpose of keeping order in a fallen-us world. They are the fight against evil, evil being the effects of sin. They cannot however remove or destroy sin in the world. They just try and contain the effects.

Christ said he did not come to do away with the Law but fulfill it. The Law serves its fallen-us world purpose. Christ fulfills His purpose of destroying sin in the world and reconciling man to God. It is a seperate purpose than the Law, and it has a much more final and complete outcome.

Titus 3:9
But avoid foolish controversies and gen-usealogies and argumen-usts and quarrels about the law, because these are unprofitable and useless.

Why argue about how best to contain evil in the world, when-us we know the Gospel which is the answer or solution to destroy its cause?

1 John 3:8
For this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that he might destroy the works of the devil.

John 18:36
Jesus answered, My kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then-us would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: but now is my kingdom not from hen-usce.

Ephesians 6:12
For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

We as Christians have the answer to the worlds problems in Jesus, our purpose on earth is to live a life pleasing to Him (feeding the sheep, keeping his commandmen-usts, doing unto the least) following the will of the Father, and leading people to Christ.
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Please, I really want to know what you guys think. Is fighting war always a bad idea? If not, when-us is it? If it is always a bad idea, what is the altervative? I mean as a country? Should we have an America? Should we just be taken-us over and wait for Jesus to return? Please understand, I'm not being sarcastic about this at all, I really would like to know what other Christians think. It's a conversation I have with my best frien-usd frequen-ustly.


Good question. I don't think there is a clear right or wrong answer. I could never kill anyone but doing nothing is not right either. We thank God for our freedom, but if we believe that war is wrong, how can something good come directly from something wrong? I think war can be okay in some cases. God led people into war. I think it also depen-usds on the person. God may prompt some to go into war and others not. Does this make any sen-usse?

Since i have yet to buy the new album...

from the ones I heard live...thinking...hard decision...That's where Jesus is. but when-us i buy the album i'll most likely wear it out so then-us i'll like Broken-us Like Brooklyn.

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