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‘God’ live-tweeted ‘#TheBookOfBieb’ and it was hilarious

‘God’ live-tweeted ‘#TheBookOfBieb’ and it was hilarious

THE BOOK OF BIEB: Justin Bieber likes to land on stage with the help of angel wings ... we can only imagine what "God" will have to say about that. Photo: Associated Press

So this happened today: Starting at 9 a.m. eastern on Friday, God – or the person known as “God” on Twitter – started tweeting out a “new chapter to the Bible.”

Through 241 Twitter posts, spaced every-other minute, “Beliebers” got a glimpse of what Justin Bieber’s story would look like if it were biblical.

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Here are some of our favorite verses from The Book of Bieber:

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