The nuclear unit and I were driving down route 2 (a beautifully bucolic road that is a much welcome alternative to I-95) to Richmond when we came across a truly inspired church sign.
This church is actually pretty creative with their signs, the last time we drove by about two weeks ago the same sign read, “We’re no Dairy Queen, but we have great Sundays!” To be clear the above sign is real, not to be confused with church signs you can easily create online. In fact, I wonder if kitsch services like Church Sign Generator inspired Dr. Cecil E. Marsh to be so creative.
Sounds oddly familiar …
So perhaps this Pastor’s divine inspiration comes from Google in the end, how strangely fascinating. I guess he is using the interwebs to build these church signs -so my idea about the church sign generator may not be too far off perhaps.
I bet they have yet to master the advanced search tools which offer divine revelations or heck, just figure out how to use quotes and the sign 😉
Unanswerable via Google?
Now that’s what I call blasphemy.
Jim, you might enjoy this…
This is a great sign and so true because, the truth concerning ultimate questions such as: Where do I finsd true meaning in life? How can I be accepted by a Holy God” , How can I know that I will go to heaven when I die? must be apprehended by God’s self-disclosure (revelation) of Himself in Jesus Christ. Google knows nothing of such divine inspiration of God’s written Word by the Holy Spirit and even their ridicule and belittling of the Bible when it comes to Christianity (not lacking) confirms same (read 1 Corinthians 1:18; 2 Corinthians 4:3-4.