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Church Signs of the Week: August 29, 2014

Txt Frm God; Long Message; What You're Looking For |
Church Signs of the Week: August 29, 2014

The answer is no. You aren't allowed to text God back if you're driving and He texts you via church sign.

I'm truly impressed they had enough letters for their entire benediction.

"These aren't the gods you're looking for." (If you get that reference, you're a nerd.)

But, the guy who puts together my blog magic, does not know that this was actually a song before he was born.

Hello?

Thanks to Jon Komperda, Bruce Sabin, and Jody Ridlehoover for sending these in. As always, send me your signs via Twitter to @EdStetzer.

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I like to think I'm a pretty cool dad, at least sometimes, but I think a dad who can do this is pretty awesome.

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Church Signs of the Week: August 29, 2014