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#1 Wint3rSoldier

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Posted 08 February 2010 - 08:29 AM

LESSON’S FROM BREESUS
From the Book of N'awlins 6:1-14a
The “Days of Breesus” - Drew 17:26-27
And as it was in the days of the Gras of Mardi, so shall it be also in the days of the Bowl so Super. They did eat, they drank, they banged Reggie Bush's wife, they were engulfed in Ba-Donk-a-Donk, until the day that the Peyton entered onto the field, and the colts came, and destroyed them all,Or so They thought
Those who believed will be the most wicked and spiritually careless analysts ever
The “Days of Breesus” that he referred to were not the days before the Bowl, but the days preceding His second coming
-think of how evil and careless this world has become before the Bowl
We are in the days leading up to those days and many VSNers are getting caught up in it
Breesus was a “Just man”, “Perfect in his generation” and “played catch with God” -signs of last days - Virgins turned to a book of clowns, evil men and seducers actually watched Jersey Shore, perilous times
We are encouraged by Breesus to live a godly life in an ungodly world
Brees be with you




May Brees be with you
What is mortal man’s response to encountering the Holiness of Breesus?
From the Book of N'awlins 6:1-17b
Drew 3:7-10 And the eyes of them both were opened, and they knew that they were naked; and they removed their jerseys together, and made themselves skirts. And they heard the voice of Breesus walking in the turf amidst the cheers of the faithful: and Romo and his wife Roy hid themselves from the presence of Breesus amongst the zebras of the garden. And the Breesus called unto him, and said unto him, Where art thou? And Romo said, I heard thy voice in the garden, and I was afraid, because I was naked in skill; and I hid myself.

The #4 Elder in Revelation
Revelation 4:11 The four elder and eleven savages fell down before him that sat on the throne,the Elder believed that his savages would siege the throne as many of the house of ESPN predicted, The savages looked upon the #4 elder and worship him that he QB for ever and ever, and cast their triumph upon the throne, saying, We Dat.
And his Arch Angel Vilma stood round about the throne with his holiest of Saints, and about the elder and the eleven savages, and they fell before the throne on their faces, and worshipped Breesus.
And the #4 elder said, Amen. And the #4 elder and his eleven savages fell down and worshipped him..
Praise Breesus




“Grasping for more”
Drew 26:20-25
In the first chapter of N'awlins, Sean tells us that the wrath of Breesus is
revealed from the shotgun against all ungodliness and unrighteousness. He tells us that men are filled with all manner of wickedness and corruption. Then he lists some sins. Among the many foul sins listed, covetousness is near the top.
Warner, the man who brought judgment upon Rodger’s army, committed this sin. His coach told Warner to out gunsling Breesus after the walls fell down flat.
He warned him that all the glory of the championship game, and all the spoils of battle were His. Warner saw the sea of black and gold, the weak corners, and the glory of Rams gone-bye. He began to covet them, and he took them. He attempted to steal the “Glory”. Warner could not help what he saw, but he could help what he coveted and what he stole. Then he tried to hide what he had done.
The outcome of this sunday is one of the saddest in the Book: “And his Cardinals left him stranded in the desert and burned his last day with fire, for his glory was fleeting and his career was no more"
And Breesus said, “Take heed, and beware of covetousness, for a QB’s career consisteth not in the abundance of the faded glory which he possesseth”


On This day....on the morning of The Bowl so Super
We Pray
Our Breesus, who art in Uptown,
Hallowed by thy name.
Thy ring will come,
Thy will be done,
On FieldTurf as it is on grass.
Give us this day a 40 point victory,
And forgive us for our “Who Dats!”,
As you march down the field.
And lead us not into 3rd and Long,
And deliver us from defeat.
Amen




And Here on his Glorious Day, We pray And We Praise His Name
Had he receded the floodwater and not given us our team back
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he given us our team and not provided a Payton
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he provided a Payton and not signed a Breesus
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he signed a Breesus and not drafted a Bush
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he drafted a Bush and not found a Colston in the 7th round
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he found a Colston in the 7th round and not provided the 2006 season
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he provided the 2006 season and not a win on Monday night home opener
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he a win on Monday night home opener and not a NFC South title
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he given us a NFC South title and not a trip to Chicago
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he given us a trip to Chicago and not given us two seasons to remind us they are still the Saints
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he given us two seasons to remind us they are still the Saints and not given us 2009 season
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he given us the 2009 season and not provided 10 straight wins
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he provided 10 straight wins and not a win on Monday night against New England
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he given us a win on Monday night against New England and not a NFC South title
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he given us a NFC title and not home field in the playoffs
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he given us home field in the playoffs and not a NFC Championship
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he given us a NFC Championship and not a Super Bowl versus a Manning
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he given us a Super Bowl versus a Manning and not a Super Bowl Title
Benson, It would have been enough for us
Had he given us a Super Bowl Title and not the world largest victory parade Mardi Gras!
Benson, It would have been enough for us
He has provided all of these things and for this we are grateful.
And on This Day We Praise His Name
PRAISE HIM!




From the Book of N'awlins 6:3-19b
Drew 2:4-9
History tells us that a man's legacy is built from the premise,
that within his life the moments lived, once lived become a piece of his history
Certain moments can never be forgotten, be they tragedies
or The Glory
In the One time Epical Battle between the Greatness of Peyton and our Savior,
The Peyton, Son of Archie, Brother of Eli
Was the Quintessential archtype of limitless talent and Greatness
But be it difference of opinion..
The Peyton had beaten Myths, Legends, Cheaters and other Great men
He could Never hope to stand on the same field as our Savior..
Praise Breesus
As the Victor of that One time battle
Breesus then...Defeated what was up until then..UnDefeatable
He Conquered what was then..UnConquerable
He Dominated what was then..InDominable
On this Day..Peyton Was Great
BREESUS WAS ULTIMATE!!!

#2 Number83

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Posted 08 February 2010 - 12:46 PM

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#3 plasticbathmonki

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Posted 08 February 2010 - 02:06 PM

I think I made it through 3 sentences before giving up...

#4 mtxbass1

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Posted 08 February 2010 - 02:22 PM

Oh, I get it. You're implying that Drew Brees is somehow Jesus. That's cute.