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5.18.2007

I've Often Wondered


Is there a book somewhere with all these sayings or is someone in each church in charge of making them up?

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://www.christianactivities.com/chatter/story.asp?ID=943

I guess its okay to covet thy brother's signage.

Can I get an Amen????

Anonymous said...

you notice that it is usually baptists that post these signs?

Anonymous said...

Not so 1:46 - the Church of Christ in Bridgeport and the same denomination out on 51 in Decatur have some really neat signs. Actually, they are usually very good.

littlepastor said...

It's a book. and it's pathetic...

http://www.amazon.com/Your-Church-Sign-Verlyn-Verbrugge/dp/0310228026

Anonymous said...

Some are witty. I liked the one one that said: Under the same ownership for over 2000 years.

Anonymous said...

pardon me 2:15...i can't spend my days riding around looking at church signs and what denomination the particular church is

Anonymous said...

2:36, it is possible to know a few church signs by driving around in the normal course of a day. For example, going to and from work, school, to town, etc. Just because someone knows about a few church signs does not mean they spent all day driving around just for that purpose.

Anonymous said...

2:36 - then dont make such a stupid comment that you know nothing about

atvtrlrdr said...

I can't believe you two anonymous idiots are bickering over who has seen the most church signs.

Ellie Bay said...

The ones that frustrate me are the scripture signs in the yards around Cottondale. When I was house hunting I did a lot of unnecessary "Oh! There's one!" because they look like real estate signs. I like to think that when they reach judgment God will go "Okay, that was a really cruel joke you played on helpless house hunters. I think you need to go to the "time-out" room and think about what you did."

Anonymous said...

4:10, you're also anonymous. You just spell it funny. I can't believe that you would have nothing better to do than lounge around commenting on what two fellow anonymous people are bickering over. Who's more foolish? The fool? Or the fool that follows him?

Anonymous said...

Ministers only work one or two days a week, so they spend the other five days making the sayings up.

Anonymous said...

The answer to your question is both.

Anonymous said...

8:12

You must not have a good minister, then. Being on a ministry staff, I can assure that there is way more than meets the eye to the job (including the time it takes to do it).

Anonymous said...

5:02 - those Scripture signs sort of bother me too. Those who impress me the most are those who simply live out their Christianity in their daily lives. They don't have to advertise it. It is just a part of who they are.

But then on the flip side of that, I wear a Christian cross. Some may think that is offensive.

And so it goes.

Anonymous said...

7:04 - I meant it as a joke.

I guess no one picks up on sarcasm anymore.

Anonymous said...

Is is not interesting how many folks "know" one another on this board?

...dare we all ask Barry who we all are?

:-)

Anonymous said...

My "knee-mail" always seems to go unanswered.