The Campaign For DA

4.06.2017

Well, If You Didn't Believe In Miracles Before . . .


. . . this should change your mind.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

There is no other plausible explanation.

Anonymous said...

Ummmm...aren't virtually all power poles, broken or not, in the shape of a cross? If I want to see miracles, I'll watch Benny Hinn.

Anonymous said...

Amen, 9:24. That's the only possibility.

The devil caused multiple tornadoes, forced people from their homes, caused millions of dollars in damage, created terrible flooding, and even killed a few. But, after the devil broke yet another power pole, our sweet Lord (while not being able to prevent the horror), left us part of that pole as a reminder that miracles do happen.

Rex Kramer said...

you know the beauty of faith is seeing the symbolism, or message in places where you aren't necessarily looking for it. For believers to derive some meaning out of something that others might find to be immaterial doesn't detract from the meaning from those that opt to, or have faith in the message/symbol they are seeing.

For either side to feel morally/intellectually superior over those of differing views is a waste of energy in mentally lazy.

I don't know that the sign of a telephone cross moves me, but knowing that downed power lines can kill... well I hope there is a higher being looking over us. In basketball terms it would be called an assist, so score it in the book and move on.

Anonymous said...

9:59

If you disbelieve so strongly, why take time to post? Are you trying to convince others that God doesn't exist , or trying to convince yourself? Maybe something is missing in your life, and you can't figure out what it is ...

Anonymous said...

9:59 was hurt by someone.

Harry Hamid said...

If people get meaning out of an image, then that's fine.

Myself, I don't see a cross-shaped pole continuing to be in the shape of a cross after a storm to be inspiring - especially in light of the 5 deaths that occurred during the storm system.

I found a burn in the shape of Aleister Crowley in a tortilla shell once, though, so I know how these things hit home. Almost made up for my uncle's completely avoidable death that happened that same month.

Anonymous said...

0959 is so busy being snarky he doesn't get the joke 0924 was making.

0959 needs to disconnect his computer and watch a few episodes of South Park. Poor dude needs a little more satire in his life.

Anonymous said...

Probably by DFBC

Anonymous said...

"For believers to derive some meaning out of something that others might find to be immaterial doesn't detract from the meaning from those that opt to, or have faith in the message/symbol they are seeing."

THIS


DF Jesus (that's Hay-Seuss, to you), on a grilled cheese sandwich

Anonymous said...

I am speaking to you people. Listen up!

DF Electric Jesus

Quickeee said...

Nope, that pic still doesn't change my mind. No such thing as miracles. It's just a random occurrence that happens.

Maybe the Flying Spaghetti Monster wanted to show the folks that the twisted strands of cable on the ground were a representation of His noodleness.

Anonymous said...

I think I see a Leprechaun in the trees even!!

Anonymous said...

You guys leave 9:59 alone. It was funny. Snarky? Sure. But if you cannot find the humor in America's insistence on clinging to antiquated superstitions, it becomes depressing. We usually leave you religious types alone, so let us have a fun now and again. Once the laugh is over, you guys can go back to burdening the rest of us with your shenanigans. Good talk.

Anonymous said...

1:51 Thinks that his Judeo/Christian values eminate from his heart.

Anonymous said...

No 1157, just that the baptists and christians can hurt you more in life than any hells angel with an attitude.