A post to Reddit's "Mildly Interesting" community has the internet salivating over one of its favorite categories: poorly-spaced writing disasters. It's classic internets, this time in the form of a church sign.
You see it, right?
"God is nowhere," the result of letters jammed together like subway commuters, was likely meant to read "God is now here." That's probably a little more appropriate for a church sign.
But seriously, the series of tubes you call the internet is primarily powered by this poor spacing stuff. (And so is SNL. "I'll take Anal Bum Cover for $7000," Trebek.) Here's a few more gems from over the years:
PS: Our deepest apologies if this church sign was actually designed as a deep reflection on the nature of religion and the almighty, or put up by a disgruntled church employee fully aware of the message.
Update 3/13/17 3:40 pm:
Indeed, the sign is likely a reference to a sermon by Howard J. Chidely that itself capitalizes on the double meaning of "God Is Now Here" when spaced poorly. Nice move, church sign!