‘Blasphemy’ in Jesus Super Bowl Ad

On February 11, 2024, the news reported that “During one of the early commercial breaks during the 2024 Super Bowl, Come Near aired its ad featuring scenes of people of all sorts washing someone’s feet in emulation of Jesus. But many felt the ad completely missed the Biblical point. The ad was to highlight HeGetsUs.Com… However, many on social media felt the ad was “blasphemous” and did not actually represent the lesson Jesus was attempting to impart to his followers at all.”

According to Wikipedia, “The Super Bowl is the annual league championship game of the National Football League (NFL) of the US… It posessed a large US and global television viewership… around one billion people in over 200 countries… Advertisers paying as much as $7 million for a thirty-second spot in 2022.”

We have an exclusive page dealing with the real agenda of HeGetUs.Com who spent millions of dollars promoting “another Jesus” that the Bible warned us about, making it deceitful, especially to people who do not read and study their Bibles on a daily basis. So, beware of this fake revivals and be not deceived!

  • “For if he that cometh preacheth another Jesus, whom we have not preached, or if ye receive another spirit, which ye have not received, or another gospel, which ye have not accepted, ye might well bear with him.” -2 Corinthians 11:4

In another news report, on February 13, 2024, we also found a “blasphemous story”, when there was “A female pastor lined up for a kickoff on the stage of a megachurch on Super Bowl Sunday in 2020. But, instead of kicking a ball, she kicked a Bible.”

The act of kicking the Bible by this female pastor as if it were a ball in a brute game is indeed blasphemous and shows the corrupt fruit of fallen churches today. Besides, as I posted last week, the Bible does not support a woman pastor.

Another news report also stated that “Super Bowl gambling explosion sees $185 million in Las Vegas Sportsbook bets.” In other words, Super Bowl is also associated with gambling which the Bible condemns. (Read Proverbs 13:11, Hebrews 13:5, Matthew 6:24, Ecclesiastes 5:10, 1 Timothy 6:9-10, Luke 12:15; Ephesians 4:28, Proverbs 28:22.)

A true and obedient Christian will not participate in competitive or brutal sports, which is similar to the games of ancient rome. We are told about the problem of many athletic sports:

“Vigorous exercise the pupils must have. Few evils are more to be dreaded than indolence and aimlessness. Yet the tendency of most athletic sports is a subject of anxious thought to those who have at heart the well-being of the youth. Teachers are troubled as they consider the influence of these sports both on the student’s progress in school and on his success in afterlife. The games that occupy so much of his time are diverting the mind from study. They are not helping to prepare the youth for practical, earnest work in life. Their influence does not tend toward refinement, generosity, or real manliness.
Some of the most popular amusements, such as football and boxing, have become schools of brutality. They are developing the same characteristics as did the games of ancient Rome. The love of domination, the pride in mere brute force, the reckless disregard of life, are exerting upon the youth a power to demoralize that is appalling.
Other athletic games, though not so brutalizing, are scarcely less objectionable because of the excess to which they are carried. They stimulate the love of pleasure and excitement, thus fostering a distaste for useful labor, a disposition to shun practical duties and responsibilities. They tend to destroy a relish for life’s sober realities and its tranquil enjoyments. Thus the door is opened to dissipation and lawlessness with their terrible results.” Education, 210, 211. { AH 500.4}

Ps. Even the pope made a historic epic Super Bowl greetings back in 2017 saying that sports as channel for peace. Isn’t that also “blasphemous”, calling evil good and good evil?

  • Isaiah 5:20 “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!”

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