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It is a very funny cartoon! Sorry Bob, I think you're taking things a bit too seriously! There is nothing disrespectful in that cartoon--as Maria said--Jesus did go through teething and all other bodily functions. I praise Him for His willingness to humble himself and become a servant--to give His life for us. Somehow I have always been comforted by the fact that he experienced everything human life has to offer--what a wonderful Lord!
I don't get it, have we come to such a low view of God that He deserves no more respect than this?
the truth is Jesus did go thru teething just like all of us.Let's not forget His Word says that He humbled himself and layed aside His rights as the ruler of the universe,I feel this cartoon expresses all these things and more in a way that puts a smile on your face
Great cartoon. May we use it in our annual newsletter to friends & family with credit/link? Or do we have to contact Kevin?
Yes, I agree, I do think that cartoon would give Jesus a good laugh also! More.....God bless the cartoonist and his family. Merry Christmas to all! Birthday of our Redeemer! How fortunate we are!!!
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