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  1. Timothy F. Kauffman 5 years ago

    Thank you, Tim. Matt Maher’s song, “Lord, I need you,” starts with Matt’s idolatrous predilection for worshiping the bread of the Lord’s Supper: “Lord, I come, I confess. Bowing here I find my rest.” Bowing here? Protestants normally don’t understand what Roman Catholics are talking about. Here’s Matt Maher talking about being a worship leader at his church:

    “…on Tuesday nights we do a thing called XLT. Basically what it is a gathering of high school and college students. It’s … about 40 minutes of worship, 20 to 25 minutes of teaching and about 25 to 30 minutes of Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.” (

    XLT is SMS for “exalt.” What is exalted? Do a search on XLT—it’s a eucharistic adoration service:

    “Every XLT has powerful and inspiring talks, a prayerful Eucharistic Adoration accompanied by music, silence, meditation and scripture readings.” (

    Um, yeah.

    That catchy song Evangelicals are introducing into their churches is about finding rest in Christ by worshiping an idol that is deeply offensive to Him.


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      Tim Hurd 5 years ago

      Sick! I may use your comment in my next episode cause some have come to Matt’s defense on this.

  2. Coleen Sharp 5 years ago

    Tim, I think you called everyone but me. Guess it doesn’t matter what a woman thinks.


    Thanks for mentioning my article.

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