"God Saves Change" ... ... wait, what?!


I saw that on the back of a shirt last night, where I was eating dinner. It seems kind-of brilliant; though on the other hand I’m still coming off the tail-end of having had the pseudo-flu, so it might only be the snot in my head pressing the wrong part of my brain-sack (or whatever it is that holds my brain in place and keeps it from leaking out my nose. Not that that has made much difference in recent weeks, or so it seems sometimes…)

Anyway, it seemed, y’know, soteriological. :mrgreen: So, discuss!

(My immediate thought is about the widow and her two cents, and how she was ahead of the Pharisee in the kingdom. As a Phariseeish kinda guy, I love that little pericope a lot. :smiley: But then, it has a lot of romantic connotations to me personally, too–I don’t mean in its original context. So I admittedly have some bias there.)


Makes me think of the woman with the lost coin.



Oh, hey that’s really good! :smiley:


Like Sonia … “the lost coin”

extra thought … all has purpose and worth in God

but then again, I’m standing next to the gal with the “I’m with stupid” t-shirt and the arrow is pointing at me. :mrgreen: :nerd: