A random group of zealots worshiping in a Kansas City Walmart. Allow me to buy my green onions and then leave. (Video)

Random group of zealots worshiping in a Kansas City Walmart. Just let me buy my green onions and leave.
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In an ordinary day, a group of zealots made the decision to transform a Walmart in Kansas City into their place of worship. This unusual occurrence has ignited a flurry of discussions and debates among the general public, eliciting reactions that vary from religious allusions to sheer incredulity.

In a thought-provoking comment, a reader referred to Matthew 6:6, emphasizing the biblical teaching on prayer and highlighting the importance of keeping it a personal and intimate experience rather than a show for others.

“But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.”

“Why do gay people have to shove it in our faces” – these people probably.

The event ignited a discussion regarding the essence of religious communities. A reader shared their disappointment with Christianity, attributing it to the conduct of its adherents.

There has been nothing in my life that has turned me off of Christianity more than Christians. The idea of the reward for spending my life around these weirdos is an eternity spent around these weirdos sounds more like hell than heaven to me.

Some people viewed this as a case of virtue signaling, while others speculated that if it had been any other religion, the individuals involved would have faced legal consequences.


Virtue signaling. What a bunch of weirdos. If this was any other religion they’d be arrested for sure.

The incident also elicited a sense of humor and sarcasm among readers. Some individuals jokingly remarked that such an event could only happen in America or that it would never occur in a Target store. Others amusingly speculated about the reasons behind the gathering.

This is one of the most American things I’ve ever seen. This would not happen in a Target. Someone must have seen Jesus’ face on a piece of corn.

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