Bible Stories in Text: Adam and Eve

I don’t do a lot of reblogs, but this string of text messages between Adam & Eve, as reported by one of my favorite bloggers, C.J. Hartwell, simply refuses (like a certain infamous fruit) to be ignored! Only, in this case, it’s a sin not to read it! ~Mitch

Feeding on Folly

A tale as old as time, told in a new way…

adam and eve 1

******

adam and eve 2

******

adam and eve 3

******

adam and eve 4adam and eve 5

******

adam and eve 6adam and eve 7adam and eve 8

                                               Two missed calls
                                           One voicemail

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Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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13 Responses to Bible Stories in Text: Adam and Eve

  1. Oh this is too funny! As a Pastor, I may have to add this to a future sermon! Thanks for sharing, Mitch!

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  2. atimetoshare.me says:

    Very funny.

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  3. Well, gosh, thanks Mitch! I appreciate that shout out!

    Liked by 1 person

  4. curryNcode says:

    yeah likewise 🙂

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  5. Paula says:

    Nicely done, Ms. Hartwell.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Cute! Thanks for reblogging. I think I will share on Facebook!

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  7. Nancy Ruegg says:

    Very compelling, even though we all knew how it would end. The imaginary texting highlights that even one small choice can cause monumental consequences. Note to self: ALWAYS think twice; include God in the thinking.

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  8. gpavants says:

    Love it. Creative way to share a story.

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