Having been reported and blocked from his facebook/Twitter/Pinterest accounts, the Admins of Jerusalem decided it was time to hack Jesus once and for all.
Jesus had tweeted his Apostles of the impending danger and then created a closed fb event, inviting them to one Last Supper.
Shortly after, John and Peter What’s App-ed Jesus, as they didn’t know how to get to the dinner. Jesus advised them to seek council on Google Maps.
That Thursday evening, Jesus and the Apostles met for the Supper. Jesus noticed that Judas was very quiet, fiddling around with his iPad, playing The Cityville on a Hill.
Obviously, Judas was hiding something… and Jesus suspected he had given all the passwords of his accounts to the Admins of Jerusalem.
Standing among them at the table while typing away on his Blackberry, Jesus said, “truly I say to you that one of you will betray Me to My enemies”. Immediately, Judas’s BBM tone went off.
His eyes widened as he read Jesus’s BBM which contained nothing but…
The supper went on as they quietly ate, interrupted solely by John’s ‘Father was a Rolling Stone’ message tone and Peter’s ‘He Ain’t Heavy, He’s my Savior’ ringtone.
At the end of the supper, Jesus accessed his facebook from his Blackberry and wrote in his Status, “I give to you a new commandment, that you love one another, even as I have loved you, that you also love one another”. He tagged all the Apostles.
And it received many ‘Likes’.
The next morning he was hacked. The social media outlets became flooded with comments and E! Online dedicated a whole section to the news.
Then, on Sunday morning, people woke up, logging on to find Jesus’s accounts were reactivated! Miraculously, Jesus was able to reopen his original accounts, having outwitted the hackers.
It was at this time he also created his blog, ‘Scriptures’…
And in order to ensure its existence for generations to come, he installed Norton, so the Admins of Jerusalem, nor even the Roman Trojan horse virus could ever hack his work again…