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One of the greatest joys of writing this letter is receiving the many varied versions of familiar and beloved old stories. My problem is I can’t always remember to use some stories again — and my filing system is so deplorable I had to publish a monthly resource letter to get them all in some semblance of order. Anyhow, one of the old jewels I like was sent in recently in this form by Pastor Charles Palmer, Jr. of Hanlingen, Texas. 78550 A husband and his wife arose one Sunday morning and the wife dressed for church. It was just about time for the service when she noticed her husband hadn’t moved a finger towards getting dressed. Perplexed, she asked, “Why aren’t you getting dressed for church? He said, “Cause I don’t want to go.” She asked, “Do you have any reasons?” He said, “Yes, I have three good reasons. First, the congregation is cold. Secondly, no one likes me. And…

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