Friday, May 26, 2006

They need to get back to the Book ...

Isaiah 40:31But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.

Psalm 37:9 but those that wait upon the LORD, they shall inherit the earth.

How do they tell if you are waiting or loitering?

[Joe, who found this in Caledonia, Ontario, Canada always thought there were only 10 commandments.]

7 comments:

Uday said...

this is Too good man, you should update more often if you can.

CLARE said...

Thou shalt realise that there is an obvious difference between the two!

Loitering ([v]) - looking dodgy, drinking, pacing, looks scary, threatening etc!!

Waiting ([v}) - looking at watch, looking impatient!!

Thou shalt include dictionary definitions in thine blog ;)

variniamp said...

After so meany centuries the Church has surprises.
Murray, I'm eager to send you a very good odd sign but I do not know where to send it.I think your blogger's funs will like it very much.

Charissa said...

Variniamp,
The email address is to the left, under "links" (starts with "sillysigns")

I love this site!!!

RealtorTomMeyer said...

Loiter not at a Church... Loiter where evil lurks.

chadisarobot said...

If you do bible code on this sign, vertically down from "Shalt", you find "hot" and up diagonally from the "t" we read "tit".

It is almost as though the sign predicited it would be recieving a flash. Too bad it was from a camera.

Marcheline said...

If you're not giving any money to the church, you're a loiterer.

If you're wearing black pants and a white shirt, you're a waiter.