God in Commercials??

A fifth grade teacher in a Christian school asked her class to look at TV commercials and see if they could use them in some way to communicate ideas about God. 

Here are some of the results:

God is like: BAYER  ASPIRIN 
He works miracles. 


God is like: A FORD
He’s got a better idea.


God is like: HALLMARK CARDS 
He cares enough to send His very best… 

God is like: TIDE 
He gets the stains out that others leave behind. 

He brings good things to life. 

God is like: SEARS
He has everything.

God is like: ALKA-SELTZER
Try Him, you’ll like Him.

God is like: SCOTCH TAPE 
You can’t see Him, but you know He’s there. 

God is like: DELTA
He’s ready when you are.


God is like: ALLSTATE

You’re in good hands with Him.

God is like: the U.S. POST OFFICE

Neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet nor ice will keep Him from His appointed destination. 

God is like: TVJ... Having Him makes you say to others, “Just look at us now”

 God is like Maxwell House. . . Good to the very last drop.

God is like: DIAL SOAP
Aren’t you glad you have Him? Don’t you wish everybody did?

God is like: VO-5 Hair Spray 
He holds through all kinds of weather.

God is like: KFC… So good.

God is like: Lucozade… He energizes your life.

God is like: LimeWith Him, you can “Value every moment”

God is like: Bounty. . . . 
He is the quicker  picker upper. ..He can handle the tough jobs. . .and He won’t fall apart on you.


borrowed and modified from an email I received.


8 thoughts on “God in Commercials??

    1. hello… thanks much. I see you’ve given me a new name – Terry? Not sure if that’s an error or what. smile. It’s Amorelle tho…just for future references 🙂 many blessings

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