In Bunbeg, Co. Donegal (officially the smallest fishing harbour in Ireland), one sees the following written in old Gaelic script (note the “overdot” or ponc séimhithe used to indicate a séimhiú, now represented by a h after the relevant consonant)
A closer look:
I could make out bits and pieces, the meaning seemed to relate to God liking something and not liking something else, with “measures” mixed in.
It turned out, with a little sleuthing, to be from the book of Proverbs, chapter 11 verse 1, as it is put in the King James Version: “A false balance is an abomination to the Lord, but a just weight is his delight”
This premises was formerly a shop, which evidently prided itself on the justice of its measures. I would be interested to know if this Bible verse was (or is?) used elsewhere for the same purpose.