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The Best Tweets from God

Yes, God has Twitter.
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Ever wonder what God thinks of everything that’s going on? Well, apparently all you have to do is check Twitter. Here are some of the best and most hilarious tweets from the highly disgruntled Almighty’s account, which is maintained by American comedy writer David Javerbaum.

 

Last Supper reenactments would be much more interesting if they threw this line in.

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In that case, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a troll to enter the kingdom of God.

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That stings.

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By this reasoning, God should be particularly interested in Philippine politics too.

 

Try hearing Christmas carols on September 1.

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And that’s the gospel truth.

 

It all makes sense now.

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That explains a lot. 

 

Even God makes mistakes, apparently.

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And he definitely hates Trump.

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