A priest, a rabbi, and a pastor (all good jokes begin that way, right?) decided to combine their efforts one day to help their community. Each one made a sign, and positioned himself alongside the highway.
Soon a car came speeding towards them, and the priest held up his sign for the driver to read: "Turn Around, You Are Going the Wrong Way!" The driver gave him barely a glance as he sped on by towards the next. The rabbi raised his sign, "The End is Near!" "Religious nuts!", the driver yelled, as he approached the next. The pastor, earnestly holding his sign out, silently pleaded, "Give Heed, Lest You Die!" "You guys are too much!", the driver laughed as he passed without a second thought.
The scream of tires on pavement was replaced by silence, the silence replaced by the twisting of metal . . .
The priest, the rabbi, and the pastor thought this over, and decided on a new sign, "Bridge Out".
ειπεν αυτη ο ιησους εγω ειμι η αναστασις και η ζωη ο πιστευων εις εμε καν αποθανη ζησεται
. . . saying to her Jesus, I AM the resurrection and the life, the one believing into Me even dying shall live . . .