Today’s installment ties up some of the loose ends from yesterday. Bradley Martin, “Lloyd Servant, Your Servant Of The Lloyd,” no longer has to worry about “the Kid” being quiet about what happened to Billie, but this new shadowy character seems to know a great deal more than even the reporter!
Both Bradley and Bradeena seem to be oblivious to possibility that since Betty May Butler disappeared, she can also reappear! But I’m getting ahead of myself!
There are two very true statement in today’s comic strip about theology. First, it can be used to sell “a load of junk.” Second, it makes people think. “Lloyd Servant” has to give people something to believe (and perhaps fear) in order to sell his “load of junk,” but it can’t be so involved that it actually makes people think about God.
There’s definitely more to come! In the meantime, I’d seriously like some reader input to further the plot. Here’s a question that I’m posing to all of my readers for comment: If you were to pick one thing that would be the biggest and most spiritually dangerous lie about God currently circulating, what would that be? (There are probably quite a few!)
Your responses may be incorporated into future installments of “The Lloyd Servant Show.” I have a general idea where I want to go with his brand of theology, but it’s always fun for me to see how I can work your ideas into the plot as well!
“The events depicted in this comic strip are fictitious. Any similarity to any person living or dead is merely coincidental.”