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Some people were gathered to pray for a family who were going through a time of difficulty in their finances. In other words, they were broke, out of work, and the prospects were slim. As one man was praying fervently there was a knock at the door. They stopped, opened the door and there was a sturdy boy. The man said, “What do you want, boy?” The boy replied, “Pa couldn’t come, so I brought his prayers in the pickup. Just come and help me, please, and we’ll bring them in.” Pa’s “prayers” consisted of meat, potatoes, flour, beef, vegetables, apples and jellies. The prayer meeting broke up pretty quickly after that. Maxwell Droke, The Speaker’s Handbook of Humor.

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