Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Easter humour




  1. Er! How about these ladies from the village singing some real Easter comforting hymns (I Know That My Redeemer Lives) to our fellow humans out there whatever their situations are today.

    Why is this hatred & the mocking of christianity? We should be all happy with others (except if one coerces others).

  2. Jesus ascends to Heaven and sets about looking for his Father. He has never met Him before and is curious to know what he looks like. Does he take after his mother or his Father?

    He asks St. Peter "Where is my Father?"

    St. Peter doesn't know.

    He enquires of the Archangel Gabriel "Have you seen my father?"

    Gabriel hasn't.

    He beseeches John the Baptist "Hast thou seen my father?"

    But John hath not.

    Suddenly, out of the mist, Jesus sees a very old man with flowing white hair approaching. The man is stooped over, has a radiant presence, and a kindly and benevolent demeanour.

    "Stop!" Jesus yells. "Who are you?"

    "Oh, please help me, I am an old man in search of my son."

    Jesus is curious. Could this be his father? "Tell me of your son, old man."

    "Oh, you would know him if you saw him. Holes in his hands where the nails used to be, he was nailed to a cross, you know..."

    "Father!!!!!" Screams Jesus.

    "Pinocchio!!!!!!!" yells the old man.


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