Easter Tweets

Posted April 4, 2010 by wwgt
Categories: Humor, New Testament

RT @Jesus: I’m baaaaaaack. Top that, David Blaine!

RT @MaryMag: Just got to the tomb. Jesus AWOL.

RT @Angel: Rejoice, MaryMag. Jesus has risen from the dead, creating a vast new market for chocolate bunnies, plastic grass and Peeps.

RT @Peter: I went to the Empty Tomb and all I got was this lousy shroud. http://bit.ly/cAa7wk

1st-century episode of  “Undercover Boss.” Jesus goes incognito with two employees on Road to Emmaus. (Luke 24: 13-31)

Undercover Jesus reveals ID at Emmaus Cafe. RT @Disciples: OMG

RT @Jesus: Bingo.

Copyright © 2010 by Roy Rivenburg
Photo by Lin Pernille
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Holy Saturday

Posted April 3, 2010 by wwgt
Categories: Humor, New Testament

(Via Twitter on April 3, 2010)

Conflicting reports on @Jesus’ whereabouts (http://bit.ly/9OS2fD).

RT @Jesus: No, I am not standing in line for the new iPad.

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Easter Tweets

Good Friday

Posted April 2, 2010 by wwgt
Categories: Humor, New Testament

(Live-blogged via Twitter on April 2, 2010)

Previously on WWGT: Jesus Christ’s Food Revolution, Judas turns out to be a mole, Peter has some explaining to do. http://bit.ly/9isqod

RT @Jesus: I’m at Pontius Pilate’s Palace. #foursquare

RT @Pilate: Welcome to another edition of “Jerusalem Idol.” Text 6660 to vote for Barabbas. Text 7770 to vote for Jesus.

RT @Barabbas: I just ousted @Jesus as Mayor of the Jews!

RT @Pilate:  Earth to Jesus. Hello? Are you going to talk to me?

(John 19:9) RT @Jesus: RT @theMime: …

Lavarse las manos, Pilate.

Jesus sentenced to death. If this happened today, He’d spend next 20 years on Death Row while lawyers appealed sentence.

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Recession hits afterlife

Posted March 31, 2010 by wwgt
Categories: Humor

Forget about streets paved with gold and rivers flowing with jewels. The recession has spread to Heaven.

Theologians trace the crisis to a Bible passage in which Jesus promised followers, “In my Father’s house are many mansions. I go to prepare a place for you.”

That set off a heavenly real-estate boom – and a lot of questionable financing, said Vatican economist Max Weber. “It took 2,000 years, but the bubble finally burst.”

The result has been a series of afterlife cutbacks, including angel layoffs, outsourcing prayer requests to a call center in India, and replacing the Read the rest of this post »