A Contest: Why Does God Hate the Toronto Maple Leafs?

Why does God hate the Toronto Maple Leafs?

Also, why does he love the Boston Bruins?

As you may or may not know, the Leafs were eliminated from the playoffs (yet again) in a game 7 vs Boston (yet again) after having a stellar regular season (yet again).

So I offer you a contest.  Please feel free to take it seriously or make it as much of a joke as the embarrassing Leafs.

The contest is this:  Please explain why God hates the Toronto Maple Leafs so much by referencing one or more biblical scriptures.

Just drop me a line in the comment section.  If I get enough responses over the weekend, I will let you know what my favourite one is on Monday.




7 thoughts on “A Contest: Why Does God Hate the Toronto Maple Leafs?

  1. For the contest, I went directly to the source. After many prayers and 2 donations, the reason was revealed to me in a prophecy. It was probably from the Holy Spirit, although I must give some credit to Captain Morgan. In the vision, an angel held a big book loaded with nonsense and Jesus started reading from it.

    1 Samuel 15:3 Now go and smite the Toronto Maple Leafs, and utterly destroy their dream, and spare them not; it happeneth in 2013, it happeneth in 2018 and it happeneth again in 2019. Take ye advantage of all mistakes by thou Leafs defense. In the third period, sendeth thy bad boy Sean Kuraly right around Toronto’s top pair of Ron Hainsey and Morgan Rielly and beat their asses until they understand that my father created them to play pool, not hockey.

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  2. Aww.

    Lucky for you (and for the Maple Leafs), this week I have been reading the book of Hebrews:

    “‘My [team], do not make light of the Lord’s discipline,/and do not lose heart when he rebukes you,/because the Lord disciplines those he loves,/and he punishes everyone he accepts as a son.’
    No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it. Therefore, strengthen your feeble arms and [bruised dignity]. Make level paths for your feet, so that the [repeatedly defeated] may not be disabled, but rather healed.”
    Heb. 12:5b – 6, 11 – 12

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