Midweek Mirth

One of the misconceptions about being a Christian is non-Christians think we don’t know how to have fun or have a sense of humor. Trust me, if the Big Guy can have a sense of humor when it comes to dealing with us mere mortals, so can we.

The difference for Christians is we don’t have to debase ourselves or others to generate a smile. Laughter at life or ourselves is a gift from God.

So, let’s smile a little!

Fasting

One day, a husband announced to the family he was going to fast and pray.

Ginny, the five-year-old, had recently learned fasting meant not eating. “No!” she shouted. “You can’t fast! You’ll die!”

Her dad carefully explained many men and women fasted in Bible times.

Ginny paused a moment. Then, with a flash of insight and a note of warning, she proved her point: “And they’re all dead!” she said.

And now for the bonus …

Q & A

Waiter! This coffee tastes like mud.”

“Yes sir, it’s fresh ground.”

What do you give a man who has everything?

Antibiotics.

On which side do chickens have the most feathers?

The outside.

What did the grape say when the elephant stepped on it?

Nothing. It just let out a little wine.

Why is it so difficult to train dogs to dance?

They have two left feet.

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My interview on “The Authors Show” about My Name Is Sam … and Heaven Is Still Shining Through has been scheduled for broadcast on its website, wnbnetworkwest.com/, Channel 3, Aug. 8. I haven’t heard it yet. We can listen together! Check it out!

THOUGHT TO REMEMBER: Happiness is a choice. Make right choices!

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4 Responses to Midweek Mirth

  1. TamrahJo says:

    Love it! In my world/current ‘perspective’ there is such a thin, thin line between having the humility to admit to others and ourselves, our very human tendencies, & the courage to laugh with ourselves /others at our own foibles, ball while NOT limiting our potential for good through negative self-talk – sigh – never ending ‘boundary line’ for myself – and, never sure, quite where I’m at, except at the end of the day, when I go to bed, and before drifting off, check in to see how long the list is of, “thank you for this moment, and that moment, and ooh! ooh! wait! This one too!” – along with – “Thank goodness that challenge wasn’t as bad as I feared it might be!”

    • Yeah, sometimes we take ourselves too seriously. Hope your world/current “perspective” is positive and blessed.

      • TamrahJo says:

        Deuteronomy 28:12 (paraphrased of what my mind recalled, tonight, as I connected with my space, and then looked up to find exact chapter/verse! 🙂 ) “[the heavens will open] ‘to send rain to your land in season and to bless the work of your hands” – – We are getting rain – have gotten snow, hail, sleet, rain in abundance this year – but, for me, now that twister chaos season has, for most part passed, I hear the storm and my heart soars – ‘for the heavens shall open” – and parched ground (souls) shall be blessed – :).
        Long time since I had the time to just gaze upon my surroundings, be reminded of something, look it up, figure I didn’t get it ‘too wrong’ in my memory – and go back to feeling blessed – while the rain falls to feed the ground that supports me – – 🙂

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