Wrecked, not wasted, that’s a completely different post.
If you’re a Christian and you find some degree of enjoyment in something, it is best to say that said something “wrecked” you.
If you say, “I liked it,” you are a horrible monster of a human who doesn’t know how to properly compliment a Christian CD.
If you say, “That book was great!” I will assume you did not read the book and may in fact be in a cult.
If you say, “That sermon was fantastic,” you probably hate the pastor and sweet baby Jesus too.
No, my friend, it’s wrecked or it’s nothing.
Bonus points if you cry as you tell someone it wrecked you or add the phrase, “I pray that God will break my heart for the things that break his.”
It’s true, next Sunday listen for this word.
When a pastor “kills” a sermon, our verb of choice even if the sermon is about turning the other cheek, you must use the word “wrecked.”
I recently did an article about Christian words for Relevant Magazine and this word kept coming up in my research.
To be quite honest, that article is going to wreck you.