Minnie caused quite a stir in the Edwards' household when she amended the mealtime prayer with "...and bless this food that I made with my own free will."
They stared, unsure if she had seriously called Finney orthodox.
"Is it just me, or do you and Rob also feel guilty when you eat here after church, and cause the help to have to work on the sabbath?"
"Make of it what you will, but I didn't notice any significant difference in the service from when it used to be Schuller's church."
Whose idea was it to become missionaries in Ethiopia?
I wish one on them would win this staring contest so that the other would say grace, I've gone anorexic waiting here.
"Maw, I don' think I can thank the Lord fer tofu pot-pie."
Elmer: Where's the dinner, Mildred?Mildred: I don't understand it. I had faith and I claimed a large dinner in the name of Jesus. The Televangelist said to believe so I opened the oven door believing it would be full of food but it was empty...
"No. I did not mean that we were having FAST FOOD, boys. I meant that we were FASTING."
The thing I like best about Just for Laughs is the multiple chuckles I get reading the captions. (and if you ever had multiple chuckles, you know it can't be cured with medication - it IS medication)
FIRST DINNER WITH THE NEW PASTOR.Elder Gerber: Taint proper to pray over food that ain't on the table yet. That's not how we do's it down here in the South. I've seen churches split over less. Now, go git the food, and I'll be right here, hands folded and ready. Maybe we can pretend this never happened.
"Lord, we planted the field, did the work, earned the money, but we still thank you for this meal."Can anybody tell me what movie I'm misquoting?
Where are they taking the Hobbits?
I'd rather eat Randy.
John and Charles Wesley were dumbfounded when their mother said she was predestined to join the First Calvinist Church down the street.
After sitting and listening to the lady for what seemed like an eternity (in reality about an hour, 18 minutes and 22 seconds), the two men were even more confused about her radical feminism theology. Later, after they left, one was heard saying, "But what about sandwiches...?"