More Church Bulletin Bloopers #4
Sometimes simple typographical mistakes can be hilarious and help to put some fun in your day.
Here are some church bulletin bloopers to spice up your day.
What makes God sick?
As church secretary, I prepare the bulletin for each week’s services.
One Sunday morning, I heard snickering from the pews. Quickly grabbing the bulletin, I found the cause.
The sermon title for that day was: “What Makes God Sick: Pastor Joe Smith.”
Love your enemies
Spotted on a church marquee: “Love your enemies; After all, You made them.”
Late for a seminar and unable to find parking, I pulled into a spot behind a church.
It was only after I’d gotten out of the car that I spotted this sign:
“No parking. Forgiveness is our business, but don’t make it harder than it already is.”
My friend opened a ministry, using a snippet from the Bible as the name.
But he soon regretted his decision to order office supplies over the phone.
When his stationery arrived, it bore the letterhead “That Nun Should Perish.”
How to get in touch with God
Seen while passing by a church:
“Get in touch with God by knee mail.”
Too blind to see
The sentence in the Thanksgiving edition of my church bulletin intended to say
“Thank you, Lord, for the many miracles we are too blind to see.”
But in what might have been a classic Freudian slip, the sentence read
“Thank you, Lord, for the many miracles we are too blond to see.”
Source: Readers Digest