Nickie Coby (puppybraille) wrote,
Nickie Coby

Can going to a Christian concert be sinful?

You'll have to read down a bit to see what my subject line is about. I'm going to attempt to post in order although I doubt very seriously that's gonna happen.
I ended up having Mom drive me to Brewberries to try to drag the pain level down, or at least minimize the damage. She got to meet some of the friends I've made which was a plus.
We went to CTG and I saw a few friends which was nice.
We either went to Panera after that or we went to Micro Center. Then we did whatever we didn't do before that (make sense?).
Then we came back here and I messed around and did stuff online. I slept a bit, then we left for the concert.
The concert was excellent. I tried not to push myself too hard and in fact sat down during most of the concert. My question is this: Which thing is right: Sit and keep pain level down or stand and realize that Jesus went through a lot of pain on the cross. I remember at tyl one year one of the worship leaders had us stand in a position somewhat similar to that of Jesus on the cross. He said that if the pain became too great, we should pray and view it as an act of worship. I don't remember who said it or how it was said. I also think that this situation is different. We're to take care of our bodies. But am I off track?
Either way, the concert gave me a chance to worship and I'm really grateful for that.
Now, I've got a few emails to compose.

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