Twitter in revival as Kanye’s #JesusIsKing trends


Revival broke out on Twitter last night as Kanye West dropped his new album and #JesusIsKing was trending thus fulfilling Isaiah 9:2:

The people walking in darkness
have seen a great light;
on those living in the land of deep darkness
a light has dawned.


What began as a normal evening of scrolling for Jeb Thomas suddenly ended in him seeing the light: “I wasn’t just expecting nothing but memes and acrimony and then I saw #JesusIsKing trending.  It was like a light in the darkness and I had to know more.  Clicking on the trend brought up a world of hip-hop infused glory.  Soon I was on my knees singing Hallelujah along with Kanye West…”

Twitter quickly responded by taking down the offending trending hashtag.  CEO Jack Dorsey issued the following statement: “Twitter is home to more than 321 million monthly active users who enjoy our safe space for backbiting, accusations and general trollery.  So naturally complaints soared when something so positive began to trend.  Twitter prides itself on being a safe space and inclusive towards our bitter twisted and depraved users so we immediately took action to extinguish this little light than not even our dark mode could eliminate.”

But their actions came too late to prevent those, like Jeb Thomas, who had already seen the light and made the recent revival at In N Out after a man read a bible verse seem like a school outing.

Sadly the Christians were all too busy arguing about Beth Moore and John MacArthur to notice the huge number of people swarming into the Kingdom. 

Reporter: John Spencer aka Not the Bible 

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