The Bible in Fifty Words

Morning Story and Dilbert

Vintage Dilbert

God made
Adam bit
Noah arked
Abraham split
Joseph ruled
Jacob fooled
Bush talked
Moses balked
Pharaoh plagued
People walked
Sea divided
Tablets guided
Promise landed
Saul freaked
David peeked
Prophets warned
Jesus born
God walked
Love talked
Anger crucified
Hope died
Love rose
Spirit flamed
Word spread
God remained.

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26 comments
  1. Mia said:

    Thanks, and you wrote! Excellent, I had a good laugh!
    Blessings

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  2. Dave Boller said:

    Love the cartoon. I’ll bet that’s what would happen to you if you switched, eh? 🙂

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  3. Wow! Editus maximus. Does this mean the bible has a lot of unnecessary qualifiers?

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  4. kiwiskan said:

    Absolutely! I’ll be passing this on. Thanks

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  5. snowgood said:

    The thrust of what’s written is great if this is an appetiser for truly getting to know God. If we chuck our Bibles in the back of a dark cupboard the verdict would have to be different. 2 Timothy 3:16, Deuteronomy 12:32, Revelation 22:19.

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  6. Too funny! Thanks so much for checking out my site! Hope you are having a great day!

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  7. As I read through the list, I found myself mentally checking off the books of the Bible as they were included. It’s amazing how well two words can sum up chapters’ worth! And in summarizing, there is synthesizing–the creation of a cohesive whole. Thank you for sharing, and thank you also for visiting my blog!

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  8. Joszann said:

    Thanks for visiting,very nice I enjoyed that!

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  9. Scott said:

    I loved this! Thanks for reading my ‘Evergreen’ post. God bless.

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