When you think of God, what comes to mind?

The Bible?

The Koran?

The Qur’an?

No, no.

You’re thinking of a comic book or movie.

God is just funny, right?

Not so fast.

When you read a comic about God, you’re probably thinking of the god of the comic book, the god who is a joke to a literal, unthinking audience.

What if I told you that God is a comic?

That comic is God?

That’s right.

In the comic world, God is the ultimate joke.

God has a funny name, he’s funny in person, he can be funny anywhere, he has an amazing voice, he was made out of clay, he is the creator of everything, he made the stars and the planets, and the sun, and everything else in the universe.

In short, God does some funny stuff, and you’ll see why this is true.

But you’ll probably also notice that God can be really, really funny.

God’s funny isn’t a thing that happens to a comic or movie God.

God does it, and we laugh.

We don’t get to see it, because there’s no other way to make fun of God than by making fun of him.

So what does it take to make a comic more funny than God?

It’s not just the humor that makes God funny.

It’s the fact that you have a story that isn’t true, or at least doesn’t fit the standards of reality.

As an example, let’s look at the story of Jesus, a character from a fictional comic book called Jesus, the Son of God.

The story goes like this: When Jesus first appeared to the disciples, he wasn’t supposed to be a man.

Instead, he had to be “a virgin.”

When Jesus was a virgin, the disciples believed that he was actually a beautiful woman named Mary.

Jesus was then told that this was his first true miracle.

But when Jesus tried to say the words that would save them, he didn’t get what he wanted.

After Jesus was resurrected, Jesus said to Mary, “What does it matter what I’m saying?

Your mother was a whore, your father was a drunkard, and your mother died in childbirth.

All these things happened to you.

But now, you know what it means to be born again.

You are God.

And this is my message to you: If you don’t believe in me, you are not my mother.”

Jesus told Mary that if she wanted to be saved, she needed to believe in herself.

But Mary didn’t want to believe.

Mary was already dead, so she couldn’t die to get her message.

Instead of dying to get it, she went back to Jesus and told him, “I am really, truly sorry, Jesus.

I know what you want me to do, but I don’t want you to do it.

I want you and your Mother to die for me.”

This is how Jesus came to believe that he is Jesus.

Jesus also told Mary, while she was crying, “If you believe in yourself, you will believe in your mother.

If you believe not in yourself but in God, he will raise you up on his own.

And if you believe and love him, he loves you, and if you love him you will never be separated from him.”

Jesus was really, totally serious.

He wasn’t just saying that he would save people by believing in himself.

He was saying that God would raise him up, and that was his message to Mary.

And that was what made it funny.

Because if you had been raised by your mother believing in God and Jesus, you would have believed in yourself.

But Jesus wasn’t raised believing in herself because she died before he did.

But because Mary was raised believing that God was Jesus, she believed that God loved her, and when Jesus told her this, she accepted it.

Jesus told this story because he loved her.

And because he believed it was true, he believed that his mother was his Mother.

So why does God need Mary to believe?

Why does God have to convince Mary to love him?

To explain this, let me explain the concept of a miracle.

Miracle is when a miracle occurs, but we don’t know exactly what happened or how it happened.

That is, we don the actual events, but only the effect of a miraculous event.

That’s why a comic that tells a story of a woman’s birth and resurrection is a miracle, because we don.

We can’t see the real miracle that occurred.

But if we are talking about a miracle that happens outside of the real world, then we can see how that miracle affects the people around the woman.

The fact that Mary is a virgin makes it very easy to believe her story, but it makes it easy to accept that God really, fully, completely cares about her and that he’s willing to help her.

This is why, when Jesus says,