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Here’s a little history on this pretty well known meme. In 1987, Florida artist Larry Van Pelt composed a series of drawings called “Jesus: With You Always” as his offering to the Lord. Of course, back then, the pictures were from a chic tract that advocated how awesome Jesus is and all that jazz.

For the most part, the drawings presented people in everyday jobs and Jesus watching over them, always being there with them, and sometimes sharing a connection with them.

But thanks to the Internet, and with added captions on these illustrations, Jesus is portrayed as an overbearing asshole who gives people the worst advice possible.



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