The Biblical Remix – Woman at the Well
While in conversation Jesus decides to blow up this Samaritan Woman’s spot by telling her she had five husbands and the dude she’s with now wasn’t even her husband. Why did he do that?
Because Jesus quickly identified this Samaritan Woman’s theme song was by Mary J Blige:
“Real Love, I’m searching for the Real Love, Someone to set my heart free, Real Love, I’m searching for a Real Love…”
John 4:16-18 – http://bit.ly/bd7NDk
The Biblical Remix – The Adulterous Woman
Ready to be stoned by her accusers for adultery, the “Adulterous Woman” was thrust into the judgment of Jesus.
“He who is without sin cast the first stone” said Jesus. The accusers left. Her sin was pardoned.
In her heart she sang this Alicia Myers‘ song:
“I want to thank you Heavenly Father, For shining Your light on me. You sent me someone who really loves me, And not just my body…”
John 8:2-11 http://bit.ly/aNOdEi
The Biblical Remix – David & The Cave
Psalm 142 – http://bit.ly/bHm2FZ
David had borderline depression. In the midst of being homeless & on the run from authorities, he wrote many psalms expressing his emotions.
While in the midst of his pain hiding inside a cave, this Tears For Fears song was playing in the background:
“Shout, shout, let it all out, these are the things I can do without, Come on, I’m talking to you, come on”
The Biblical Remix – Noah the Farmer
After the events of the Flood, Noah became a farmer and planted a vineyard. He got drunk off the wine and passed out naked in his tent.
The next morning when his sons explained to him “what had happened”, Jamie Foxx’s song was playing in Noah’s head:
“Blame it on the a-a-a-a-a-alcohol. Blame it on the a-a-a-a-a-alcohol.”
Genesis 9:20-21 – http://bit.ly/cClh87