The Superbowl “He Gets Us” ad is blasphemy

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Though I did not watch the Superbowl game and have not watched one in decades. I woke up this morning to see my social media platforms lit up about one of the Superbowl ads – He Gets Us. 

The ad is a photo collage (artwork) of people washing others’ feet. Their agenda is to teach their views of who Jesus is, according to them. 

Here are some of my observations. 

Though foot washing is a principle gleaned from the Scriptures, their agenda is unbiblical. Their website admits their intent was “The premise of Love and Unity” with “acts of kindness.” But the “love” and “unity” they promoted was unbiblical. It is a sensual worldly love. A sensuality that tolerates, embraces, accepts, and/or acquiesces to sin and lawlessness.

The love and unity they promoted is contra scriptura to the division Jesus said He came to bring (Luke 12:49-56). 

The love and unity they promoted embraced ecumenicalism and religious pluralism.

Their love and unity even mocked pro-life people at an abortion mill

Their love and unity do not teach the whole counsel of God. Therefore, they are not “innocent of the blood of all men” as Paul was in Acts 20:26-28. But rather, they are guilty of the blood of all men.

The ad ends by saying, “Jesus didn’t teach hate. He washed feet. He gets us, all of us!”

Yeah, “He gets us” all right.

Though Jesus loves those whom the Father draws to Him (John 6:44), and God is love towards His children (aka His elect, 1 John 4:8). Have you seen the long list of people groups that God hates? Genesis 9, Psalm 5:4-5, Psalm 7:11; Psalm 11:5, Proverbs 6:12-19, Proverbs 15:8-26, Malachi 1:1-3, Romans 2:5-13, Revelation 2:6, etcetera.

Have they seen 1 John 2:15 commanding Christians to “Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him.”

Have they seen James 4:4-5, “Adulterers and adulteresses! Do you not know that friendship with the world is enmity with God? Whoever therefore wants to be a friend of the world makes himself an enemy of God. Or do you think that the Scripture says in vain, “The Spirit who dwells in us yearns jealously?”

Have they seen John 2:15, where Jesus “made a whip of cords,” and drove out those that made the type of filthy lucre they’ve made with their add?

Yeah “He gets us” alright.

Have they read the Scriptures where He (Jesus) “gets us” so well that He casts the unregenerate into the lake of fire? Have they read about His Great White Throne Judgment (Rev 20:11-15)?

I then viewed their “frequently asked questions” link on their website. I don’t have the time to address each question and answer. But none of their answers were Biblical. In fact, their unbiblical “love and unity” sinfully embraces the “LQBTQ+ community.” 

Though I have only scratched the surface of the errors of this “He gets us – Jesus community,” they are worse than unbiblical, they are anti-Biblical. As the Scriptures forewarned, this “Jesus community” teaches a Jesus that is not the Jesus of the Bible. 

“For if he who comes preaches another Jesus whom we have not preached, or if you receive a different spirit which you have not received, or a different gospel which you have not accepted—you may well put up with it!” – 2 Corinthians 11:4

Hence, their ad is blasphemy. And since their agenda is a molestation of what the Scriptures say, they should be considered registered Text offenders.

Lastly, humanitarianism is not the Gospel. The world doesn’t need a foot washing. They don’t need a Rosaria Butterfield friendship – hospitality evangelism. They need to be invaded with the Gospel, which is the power of God onto salvation (Rom 1:16).

The Gospel is good news for those who repent and believe in the Gospel, which can be read below.

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