I am so excited to share some fun and hilarious memes with you guys! Guess what? They’re all about The Apostle’s Sister.
Okay, so I am INSANELY excited to jump into today’s post.
Recently I was messing around with meme-makers and having a blast, and I thought, “Why not make some memes for The Apostle’s Sister?”
So today I’m gonna show off the beauties I created!
I hope you enjoy them. I know I definitely loved making them. I think I take my writing way too seriously at times. While writing is a serious calling, God also wants us to have fun while using the gifts He has given us!
Therefore, without further ado, let me show you these memes! *squeals in excitement*
For a bit of context, Temira kind of has a beef with Paul visiting the synagogues, because when he does, he usually ends up getting either hurt or excommunicated (2 Corinthians 11:24, Acts 13:50). But she has much fewer qualms when he visits the temples, because the Gentiles are a lot nicer to him than the Jews. Ironic, considering the Jews are his own people. (For example, see Acts 13:48 and Acts 28:28).
I think this one is my favorite. 😂
Poor Temira. 😭
I love this Anakin and Padme template. 😂
I actually don’t have too many theology-heavy scenes in TAS. Mainly it’s because the novel is only supposed to be a simple story about Paul’s relationship with his sister, not a theology book.
Luke, no one gets you. At least not Temira. I think at some point, he just gives up trying to explain stuff to her. 😂
For the context, refer to Story Sunday #5. 😂
This one is honestly really sad…. I’M SORRY SETH. 😭 (Don’t worry guys, he’ll be okay. This story is all about hope and redemption!)
Good luck changing his mind, Temira. XD
Um, Temira, he’s trying to HELP you out here! (Or, more accurately, save your soul.)
But we all know it turns out well. 😊
I love this one so much!! In fact, I think it may be my favorite instead of the second meme.
But I love all these so much! I hope you guys love them just as much as I do. Let me know which one is your favorite!
Always remember that we are disciples who write – and have fun doing it.