It is brillant, Henry! Brillant! Yet, what shall I call it? Why, I shall call it...Dispensationalism! Yes, that is the ticket, my boy!- John Nelson Darby.
Haha! Good one.
"Oh my! A vision! It's a prophesy." "It's Rob Bell! Where is he? He's screaming something...'I don't believe this place exists!!!' "
I vote for Mr. Boyd's!
@Michael: That one is disturbingly fitting...
Are you there God? It's me, R. Minius.Just wanted to let you know I'm about to witness to this fellow, so please release your sovereign hold on him so he can make a free choice...
By golly, I see Jesus, Earl. He's 900 feet tall, and He's got a special message just for me.He's saying, 'If you build it, they will fund.'
Hey, listen Harvey . . . was it my imagination, or did I just hear a window break upstairs?[fhhwuuuuuuump!]Oh, never mind, I think it was just Corky entertaining himself with another heretic.
"I can see it now, Uncle Ralph. Every eye in the stadium focused on me. People leaping out of their wheelchairs. Others falling down as dead at the wave of my hand.""And the LOVE OFFERINGS. Yes, the LOVE OFFERINGS."
"Wait! I think I feel the Holy Spirit coming on me. I think He wants me to speak in tongues!""El problema es yo no puedo comprender lo que digo. ¿Puede traducir?"
@Jim Pemberton: Nice! The Spanish was great.
I've never learnt Spanish nor been to a Spanish speaking country,but Jim,this looks a bit like the French for "The problem is you cant understand what I'm saying. Can anyone translate?" -Do I have the gift of interpretation?!!
Helen, you're close. It translates, "The problem is that I can't understand what I'm saying. Can you translate?"
Thank you for using my joke, Eddie. I enjoyed reading all of the other comments; this blog has attracted quite a line-up of clever humorists.
They all could be professionals! Truly, I get most of my laughs from all of you.