Friday, May 21, 2010

What if God texted?

If God had texted  Moses the 10 Commandments they might look like this:
 

1. no1 b4 me. srsly
 

2. dnt wrshp pix/idols

3. no omg's...
 

4. no wrk on w/end (sat 4 now; sun l8r)
 

5. pos ok - ur m&d r cool
 

6.dnt kill ppl
 

7. :-X only w/ m8
 

8. dnt steal
 

9. dnt lie re: bf
 

10.dnt ogle ur bf's m8. or ox. or dnkey. myob.

12 comments:

Linda said...

These are gr8! I'm going to repost them, with a HT back to you!

Brooke said...

Gah! I can't even read that! I must be getting old or something, srsly!

redneck preacher said...

Makes me want to study "How to Become a Luddite"

HTOITA

Findalis said...

Now I know I am old. I didn't understand a word of that.

Gombojav Tribe said...

AWESOME!

Gringo said...

What version is that? Kng Jms?

Spitfire said...

Srsly fny. Don't know if many of us would have been able to understand the 10 Words if YHWH had texted them, but this was cute. Perhaps we should be thankful Twitter wasn't around back then! LOL!
I do have one quibble though....
4. no wrk on w/end (sat 4now, sun l8r)

I haven't found in the Bible where He changed the Sabbath to Sunday....that was a man made change and NOT what YHWH intended. He said in Genesis (and again in Deuteronomy and Leviticus)that we were to observe, and remember the Sabbath...on the seventh day. The day He hallowed and made holy.

Other than that, this was hysterical! I loved it!!!! Shabbot Shalom, Spitfire

Virginia (Jenny) said...

Ha! That was funny. I didn't understand every one but got most. :)

Z said...

I'm with Brooke..maybe CUZ I don't text!

Jungle Mom said...
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Jungle Mom said...

Spitfire, You are correct that in the OLD Testament and in the 10 Commandments the Sabbath was given to the Jews to keep and was Saturday.
As Christians , or New Testament churches,we celebrate the Resurrection of Christ on Sunday, the first day of the week.

In Acts 20:7, it says that church came together on the first day of the week to break bread. The “first day of the week” is Sunday. So the passage clearly describes the New Testament church as having been gathering to worship on Sunday from its primitive days. Many other New Testament scriptures show this as well.
BUT the NE Testament came much later and this would not have been part of the 10 Commandments, I just left it there for the fun of the text lingo.

Ken, Christie, Camille, Caroline said...

HILARIOUS! We all got a kick out of this...