Actor Chris Pratt Told To Not Talk About It At MTV Awards, Does It Anyway And Leaves Everyone Speechless

Often times when a celebrity takes the stage at an awards show, they use the opportunity to make a political statement. Recently, famous actor Robert DiNero went off on a vulgar Trump hating rant during an acceptance speech at the Tony Awards.

Last year BeyoncĂ© used her opportunity to come out in support of an anti-Trump women’s march that was about to take place.

In fact, the acceptance speech has become more about politics than accepting the award that they were up there for in the first place.

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So it is quite rare to have somebody use their time on stage for something positive.

But in a recent twist, Chris Pratt stunned the crowd in an acceptance at the MTV awards. What he had to say left the crowd speechless.

The Courage writes:

It’s not often that a Hollywood mega star is willing to go out on a limb and declare a deep, profound message about the love of God and His grace, but that’s exactly what actor Chris Pratt did on Monday night at the MTV awards.

Sure, plenty of actors give an obligatory point to the heavens and thank God after winning an award, but Pratt went well beyond just paying the Almighty lip service while accepting the Generation Award at the ceremony. Instead, he decided to give “nine rules from Chris Pratt” — rules that included some heavy truth about what really matters.

Of course, those rules did include some comedic relief, like how to “poop” at a party. But considering the audience and that the message was specifically tailored to “the next generation,” that’s expected. And all that can be overlooked considering rules 2, 6, 8, and 9. Here they are (paraphrased by me):

Breathe.
You have a soul. Be careful with it.
Don’t be a turd.
When giving a dog medicine, put the medicine in a little piece of hamburger.
It doesn’t matter what it is, earn it.
God is real. God loves you. God wants the best for you, believe that. I do.
If you have to poop at a party, pee first and flush quick.
Learn to pray. It’s easy and it’s so good for your soul.
Nobody is perfect. You are imperfect. You always will be. Grace is a gift. And that gift was paid for by somebody else’s blood.

Yes, you just read that right.

Now, when you watch the video, I’m sure there will be some small theological discrepancies/differences. But I don’t think that we should let those overpower the underlying message that Pratt is trying to deliver: God is real and He loves you; prayer is good; you are not perfect, but there is one who is who died for you and offers you grace as a result of his death.

That’s the gospel, folks. And Chris Pratt just delivered it to the next generation at the MTV awards. And now MILLIONS are going to see it. Wow. And just as stunning is how the audience reacts when he unashamedly talks about his faith.

It’s not very often that a celebrity what put themselves out there like Pratt did. Hollywood is very much against anything to do with God. Pratt was speaking to a younger crowd of people, actually millions of young viewers who are in desperate need of hearing a positive message.

While I’m sure that we will continue to hear more anti-Trumpers than Christians, it was great to hear Chris Pratt, unashamed and proclaiming the message of God.