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“Praise the Lord” 2

The Meenister’s Log

A visitor from the “Bible Belt” of the U.S.A. was touring the Highlands of Scotland, and, on the Sunday morning, came across a beautiful wee church.

There weren’t many in the congregation, but the Meenister was giving it “big licks” from the pulpit,preaching on Hell and Damnation to his somewhat cowed flock.

It was real old time, Bible-thumping religion and the American visitor was getting so caught up in it, that he shouted “Praise the Lord!”

There was a withering glance from the pulpit,and the Reverend Gentleman sternly rebuked him “We’ll have none of that in here!”

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Praise The Lord!

The Meenister’s Log

An elderly lady was well-known for her faith and for her boldness in talking about it. She would stand on her front porch and shout “PRAISE THE LORD!”

Next door to her lived an atheist who would get so angry at her proclamations he would shout, “There ain’t no Lord!!”

Hard times set in on the elderly lady, and she prayed for GOD to send her some assistance.

She stood on her porch and shouted “PRAISE THE LORD. GOD I NEED FOOD!! I AM HAVING A HARD TIME. PLEASE LORD, SEND ME SOME GROCERIES!!”

The next morning the lady went out on her porch and noted a large bag of groceries and shouted, “PRAISE THE LORD.”

The neighbour jumped from behind a bush and said, “Aha! I told you there was no Lord. I bought those groceries, God didn’t.”

The lady started jumping up and down and clapping her hands and said, “PRAISE THE LORD. He not only sent me groceries, but He made the devil pay for them. Praise the Lord!”

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