5 of Our Favorite Christian Memes

    Isn’t laughing one of God’s greatest gifts to us? Seriously, how good does it feel to just laugh uncontrollably with your friends at a meme, or one of our many “feelings” posts? (Click here to read some of those!) This week I wanted to start something new with you girls…funny Christian memes of the week. Laugh with me at these!

    1. If the Bible were written in the 21st Century…



    2. Seriously, too true:



    3. Well played, Jesus, well played…



    4. The BEST feeling ever!



    5. The struggle is VERY real…


    Dave Herrmann
    My name is Dave, you may see me writing funny articles on PI or managing the social media accounts. My life is putting Christ first and everything else second. Life is beautiful when we smile and choose a positive attitude. God is good!


    1. I am sorry, but that last is bordering on being pretty sad. What people have against actually using a physical Bible, with paper and such, I will never know. I don’t care that it is “more convenient” to use your device. Using electronic Bibles has made us lazy. We no longer need to know where the different books of the Bible are, or where to find a particular verse. This encourages teens NOT to study their Bible.

      • For awhile, I thought the Bible app was just am excuse not to use a physical Bible, but now that I have a smartphone, I’ve downloaded it and found that it’s pretty helpful. It has a ton of different versions, which makes it helpful if you like switching back and forth between NIV and ESV or something. Also it has tools such as notes/bookmarks so it really is convenient to just have one thing to slip in your pocket. Personally, I don’t think it makes people “lazier” or anything. If you’re reading the Bible either way, what difference does it make?
        I still bring a physical Bible to church (out of respect for people who frown on technology in church), but I have nothing against YouVersion myself. Just my opinion though. 🙂

      • Well It was a joke. (a meme) And my mom uses an electronic Bible herself. Because you don’t ALWAYS have a Bible on you. And you actually can find where the “different books of the Bible or a particular verse.”

      • I’d have to disagree with this. I grew up with a physical Bible and in Bible Drill etc and will always have a physical Bible but you can’t deny the extensive benefits of the app. To me most importantly this allows MANY more people to read God’s word without paying 40 or 50 dollars for a Bible.
        Also it’s great for teens (and adults too) with busy lives and as much as we should stay in Gods word, things happen. The app gives reminders for plans to read where you can set up a time every day WHEREVER you are. Also there’s a verse of the day so at the very least, millions of people are seeing that every day. I think you’ve judged too quickly. Physical Bibles are great and should continue to be used. I think especially for deep Bible studies etc, but this app is getting SO many more people in the word and more often as well as allowing them to learn and understand better with the multiple versions and built in dictionary. I totally understand your preference, but I wouldn’t write this off.

        God Bless!

    2. I found using my Bible app has made me more likely to study the Bible and less “lazy”. I love how I can switch between related verses in a second and type notes and my ipod is always in my pocket so wherever I am I can pull it out and read the Word. (I know not everyone feels this way and it’s totally fine with me. Just stating what works for me.)
      I found all of these hilarious. 😉

      • I just think it’s right to ahve a physical bible with you because bible apps aren’t always going to be handy. I think people should learn to read their physical bible regardless of how lazy they feel. Sometimes everything isn’t going to be comfortable and easy to commit to.

    3. I usually use my physical Bible in general, but if I forget my physical copy or misplaced it, I like to use my Bible app. I don’t like it nearly as much (I love the feel and smell of books) but it does work nicely in a pinch!!

    4. 3s 2,3, and 4 for sure!!!!! LOL, the kids’ faces in #s 2 and 4 are SOO FUNNY!!!! I totally feel like #2 sometimes.

      Oh, and in reference to #1, let me share the Christian version of #yolo: #yolf=you only live forever. I saw that on a Christian t shirt, rotfl!

    5. I prefer a paper bible because mine has these really neat blurbs about women in the Bible and teen girl advice and stuff, but I do have a Bible app. Sometimes it is more convenient to use, and I think its ok to use the tech Bible. For instance, you can’t exactly carry a 1000+ page book everywhere you go, but with the app you can have your Bible with you anywhere, anytime.

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