God, they are funny! People share snapshots of the VERY brutal church marks they've seen
- Amusing church signs are shared by people from all over the world
- A sign joked that followers must behave to meet the expectations of their dogs
- Another photo, with a white and frosty background, warns: & # 39; Don't ask for snow & # 39;
Although the church is a place that provides spiritual guidance and warmth to many, it may be one of the last places you think you are going to get your laughter.
But these funny church signs from around the world prove the contrary – and beg followers to live up to their dogs' expectations and not send text messages while driving – unless you want to meet Jesus early.
One of the funniest in the collection, put together in an online gallery Shareably, there is one that jokes that Adam and Eve were the first people to & # 39; the terms & conditions of Apple & # 39; not read.
Another plays the popular use of social media nowadays and preaches: & # 39; Tweet others as they would like to be tweeted. & # 39;
Shareably has collected a series of funny church characters – including one from Ohio (photo) calling on worshipers to meet the expectations of their dogs
Another sign, from an unknown location, tried to enter the tech world by proclaiming prayer as the & # 39; original wireless connection & # 39;
A third sign, placed by an Anglican church in an unknown location, joked that Adam and Eve were the first people & # 39; who have not read the Apple terms & conditions & # 39;
Pastor Floyd Ingram, from the Church of God in the US, placed this billboard (in the photo) and told motorists to ring on their horns & # 39; if you love Jesus & # 39; and text & # 39; and while driving & # 39; if you want to meet him & # 39;
The Presbyterian church of Knox in the US responded to the icy weather by ordering residents not to pray for more snow (photo)
Tabernacle Baptist Church in the US placed a sign that said Jesus said, "I will return" long before Arnold Schwarzenegger did (photo)
This Christian sign in the US joked that the text & # 39; highway to hell & # 39; says a lot about where many people go (photo)
The Bethany Village Fellowship in the US shared an example of one of her worshipers on their plates (photo)
In an effort to keep track of time, another US church asked its followers to behave on Twitter – via a rather funny pun
The American Westside Church of Christ called on his followers to consider their lives and choose & # 39; wisely & # 39; (photo)
In Canada, the peace memorial center said those with more to a & # 39; longer table & # 39; build
The Locust Grove Missionary Baptist Church asked believers to check whether they spend more time on their phones or delve into God's book (photo)
The First Baptist Church in Shady Springs said the church had an ATM inside before it stated that there was actually no ATM (photo)
The Roman Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity in the US seemed to give up the sign completely because of the harsh weather conditions (photo)
The Parkway United Church of Christ called for acceptance by all Christians (photo)
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