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I’m pretty sure this guy was allowed to do a “special” at church during the offering time.

How often do we actually hurt people by letting them show their talent on stage without rehearsing them. Sure, they have fun. But if they aren’t good you’re holding the rest of your congregation captive for an awkward moment. Plus, people might be secretly making fun of the poor performance.

Be assured this wasn’t intended to be mean. Just meant to make you think.

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