Something a little different: Glenn Campbell and wife perform at Messianic Jewish congregation

Enough of pseudo-celebrities like Ron Weinland and let’s talk about some real celebrities—-actually believing celebrities (for those who thought I was going to talk about Snooki, take a breather, I am not but if I was, I’d be giving her some good ol’ fire and brimstone)! A good ol’ celebrity like Glenn Campbell famous country singer (Southern Nights, Rhinestone Cowboy). Yep, that one. What about him?  I was surprised that him and his wife had an interest in Messianic Judaism for some time now. Both of them performed in a Messianic congregation a couple years ago. My prayers, of course for Mr. Campbell as he is 76 and is battling Alzheimer’s disease but his soldiering on in spite of he is disease is remarkable. Enjoy the clip.

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One thought on “Something a little different: Glenn Campbell and wife perform at Messianic Jewish congregation

  1. There seems to be significant interest in Judaism in certain circles of mainstream Christianity. I once believed Messianic Judaism to be possibly the right approach, but
    then studied more deeply into the significance of circumcision as an integral part of the Old Covenant, and realized the implications of the statement which James made at the conclusion of the first recorded Jerusalem council.

    Still, from the standpoint of understanding the roots of the Christian faith, I believe it can be insightful to know as much as possible about the law given to Moses, its application under that particular dispensation, and the symbolic aspects which foreshadowed Christianity as we know it today.

    IIRC, Glen Campbell has been identified at various times of his career with the Christian faith, and it would appear that he is delving more deeply into his studies at this time. One would hope that he finds peace as he struggles with Alzheimers, and that that peace gets spread by osmosis to those closest to him.

    BB

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