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Thursday, June 7, 2007


Having a bad day???

Let us laugh....

"A good laugh heals a lot of hurts." -- Madeleine L'Engle

Woman to pastor: You don't know how much your sermons have meant to my husband since he lost his mind." ---Tal Bonham

A member of his congregation told Rev. Warren J. Keating, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Yuma, AZ, that this was the best prayer he ever heard:

"Dear God, please help me be the person my dog thinks I am."

"The only people here are the quick and the dead." ---Billy Graham, commenting on New York City traffic.

From a church bulletin: "10:30 a.m. worship Communion and candle lighting in remembrance of those who have died during the last year at both worship services."

A gambler died. The funeral was well attended by his professional friends. In the eulogy, the minister said; "Spike is not dead; he only sleeps."

From the rear of the chapel a man shouted: "I got a hundred that says he's dead."

An inexperienced preacher was conducting his first funeral. He solemnly pointed to the body in the coffin and declared: "What we have here is only a shell. The nut is already gone."

Pastor's Blooper: "This being Easter Sunday, we will ask Mrs. Johnson to come forward and lay an egg on the altar."

A certain doctor in Buffalo wondered why his practice was decreasing. He consulted a physician friend who agreed to spend a few days in the office and observe his methods. After an hour, his friend had the answer.

"Wilbur, you'll have to stop humming Nearer My God to Thee when writing out a prescription."

After a pastor's wife took her overworked husband to the family physician, the physician took the wife aside and whispered: "I don't like the way your husband looks."

"I don't either," she replied, "but he's always been a good father to the children."

A little boy at his first wedding. After the service, another child asked him, "How many men can a woman marry?"

"Sixteen," the little boy said.

"How do you know?" his friend asked.

"The preacher said it -- four better, four worse, four richer, four poorer."

Giggle and laugh today.

God loves you,


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