New Chick-fil-A song by Tim Hawkins and Dan Cathy's Fruits of the Spirit

Worldly controversy does not surprise the Christian.  The real issue at heart is not the opinions of Businessman Dan T. Cathy or Chick-fil-A as a company, the real issue the world has is with the Bible.

Truth is painful and people do not like it.

There is no logic in the arguments that are seeking media attention.  As a Christian, there is peace in knowing they are right on track following the Lord and the Bible and the Lord will bless.

Meanwhile, enjoy this HILARIOUS Chick-fil-A song by the amazing and fun Tim Hawkins!

A friend of ours said it so well, "Since when did eating a chicken sandwich, the best one :), get to be a political statement."

By the way, it was NOT Chick-fil-A who went out starting a controversy and seeking attention for believing what the Bible says.  They said not a word about the gay movement, simply we believe in the Family Unit that God has ordained.  Amen!

It was the negative, controversial types who attack a Christian man with fruits of the spirit like "Love, joy, peace, gentleness, long-suffering :) meekness, faithfulness, self-control, against such there is no law."  Ephesians 5:22-23.

Notice these Biblical principles in the Dan T. Cathy and the Chick-fil-A staff as they demonstrate self-control in not attacking those who attacked them.  I Love this genuine love that comes from the Father of lights.

Love and prayers! God Bless!  See you at the Chick-fil-A soon!

Warmly,Carolina Mama


Pat Carroll Marcantel said...

I so enjoyed this clip! Yes, God bless America and Chick-fil-A song and singer, Tim Hawkins. In fact, Amen to your entire post. You rock, girl.

Tonya @ The Traveling Praters said...

I love Chick-fil-A, partly for their delicious food (gotta love that chicken burrito for breakfast!) and more importantly for their family values.

I admire them for voicing their convictions and beliefs and am so dismayed to hear of the attack and hatred that is building against them. It's not easy to take a stand for biblical values in this day and age. Well written!