Friday, January 21, 2011

TODAY'S SCRIPTURE LESSONS

TODAY'S SCRIPTURE LESSONS

A sense of humor is one of God's greatest gifts










Give you a little chuckle?

Good!
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15 comments:

blueeyedtawni said...

LOL too cute!

Momma Fargo said...

Loved them all! Thanks CoffeY!

Ed said...

Good stuff dude!

Lickety Splitter said...

Total chuckles!

The Minute Man's Wife said...

This comes at a strangely appropriate point in my day. Apparently God loves irony too. I just got done putting my six year old step daughter to bed and part of our nightly ritual is to read from her kids bible. I always walk away from bedtime shaking my head in disbelief. Tonight we read about how Jesus cast demons out of a crazy man and into a pack of pigs who then threw themselves into the sea and drowned. I'm a bit new at parenting but this DOES NOT strike me as suitable for children!! Heck, it will be a miracle if I can go to sleep without a night light now!!

Coffeypot said...

TMMW, I was taught this story from as far back as I can remember in my childhood. Only adults put such emphasis on things like this being bad. Kids take it on face value and do not delve into the darkness. It is just another example of good defeating evil. And it is the first recorded instance of Devil'ed Ham, too.

suz said...

Thanks, I needed that!

Citizen Soldier said...

Now they were funny, can you send me where you found those in an e-mail. Thanks.

The Minute Man's Wife said...

Deviled HAM!!! That was AWESOME!! Good one!! I'm not used to laughing this hard in the morning!! Gotta go wipe the coffee from my nostrils now!!

SY said...

Lol- very funny, definitely gave me a chuckle.

I particularly liked the one about "5000 served"... very satirical

Coffeypot said...

SY, Welcome, hon. My fav was the Roman Guards at the tomb. I laughed out loud at that one. I read it as a "What chu talkin bout, Willis?" question. Laughed for several minutes.

myevil3yearold said...

Yes, you always make me laugh!

Biddie said...

Bah! Castinets! I love it. Lol.

Stan Duncan said...

I'm with the soldier, I too would love to know where you found them. I'd like to follow this cartoonist.

Coffeypot said...

Stan Duncan, I received it in an email. I forwarded the email to the soldier but I don't have it now. You are welcome to copy this post if you like.