A couple friends of mine made a great observation after viewing the second video above:
Macie: The line to see Jesus was at 1:38 in the video. Jesus ain't in a plastic manger.
Boone: Macie, I agree with your observation about it being at 1:38 in the video. The line to see Jesus was the line of homeless people and people in need at the Soup Kitchen, waiting for their needs to be met by Christians who have Jesus living in them.
In fact, a Soup Kitchen is probably just where Jesus would have been, serving the poor and hanging out with them, rather than at White-Person-Mall with Becky Kelley (the singer).
It's too bad that Becky Kelley, the adorable white kid who keeps disappearing, and the director were too busy complaining about no lines to see Jesus that they didn't actually see where it really was.
If you watch, Becky Kelley just walks right by the Soup Kitchen and keeps on singing about "Where's the Line to See Jesus?" Right infront of you, you idiot!!! Quit singing and look to your left!!!