The Reverend Jones and his buddies were having a friendly game of poker that got out of hand. Stakes were mounting up quite high. One player loses $500, clutches his chest and drops dead at the table. The card players are worried that they’ll be blamed for the untimely death. The Reverend says, “I’ll handle it with discretion when I tell his wife. I don’t want to make a bad situation any worse than it is.”
Reverend Jones walks over to the wife’s house, knocks on the door, the wife answers, asks what he wants.
He says, “Your husband just lost $500 playing cards.”
She hollers, “TELL HIM TO DROP DEAD!”
The Reverend, sees his chance and says, “I’ll tell him.”
Great faith-filled music by Avalon, This YouTube video has lyrics and even some scripture, to add to your praise experience. Prayables gives “Still My God” a thumbs up! Though this is Christian song, people of all faiths can enjoy it with only minor personal substitutions.
This song goes immediately to my best playlist lol…. by the way… this is one best lyric video i ever saw thanxxxx ^
You are the one who believes
that I will never find you.
But I am searching, searching only for you.
If only you’d realize that I reside in that place
where you never seem to look.
Listen, go inside yourself.
like you’re looking for a secret,
or the answer to your life.
Fall deep inside.
Find me there.
I will hold your ankles,
make sure you get back out.
The pastor gave a sermon where he talked about affirmations and getting what you want from the Lord and those around you. He said, “The main thing is repetition and I mean repetition. You must keep on saying the same thing over and over again until it sinks in. Never get tired of repeating, repeating and repeating. It really works.”
The next day the quiet and very shy church office administrator went to the office of the Pastor.
“How can I help you?” he asked.
She replied, “A raise, a raise, a raise, a raise, a raise, a raise.”