I’m thinking of publishing a new Scripture translation. I’m going to call it The Meme Bible.
Meme – a humorous image, video, piece of text, etc. that is copied (often with slight variations) and spread rapidly by Internet users.
Bible – a collection of texts sacred in Judaism and Christianity.
Spend any time on social media and you’ll see memes. Spend time on social media where Christians post their thoughts and you’ll see Bible memes, complete with chapter and verse, offered to inspire and encourage people through the word of God.
Yet I’ve never seen a meme for Job 2:9b. Instead, I see memes on the blessing of abiding in Christ, and on the love of God and loving one another. They always feature pleasant typeface and compelling imagery such as rainbows, running horses, storm-tossed seas, and more images that draw the eye to the text.
I have to…
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