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There was a preacher who fell in the ocean and he couldn't swim. When a boat came by, the captain yelled, "Do you need help, sir?" The preacher calmly said "No, God will save me." A little later, another boat came by and a fisherman asked, "Hey, do you need help?" The preacher replied again, "No God will save me." Eventually the preacher drowned & went to heaven. The preacher asked God, "Why didn't you save me?" God replied, "Fool, I sent you two boats!"
A priest and a pastor are standing by the side of a road holding up a sign that reads “The end is near! Turn around now before it’s too late!” A passing driver yells, “You guys are nuts!” and speeds past them. From around the curve, they hear screeching tires—then a big splash. The priest turns to the pastor and says, “Do you think we should just put up a sign that says ‘Bridge Out’ instead?”
1. hit-and-run evangelism, drive-by evangelism, tract-bombing - drive-by evangelism n. A derogatory term for evangelistic encounters that are brief and abrupt and are considered to be ineffective for convincing people to convert to Christianity. 2. Jerusalem Slim Jerusalem Slim n. [a nickname for Jesus patterned after the nicknaming conventions of hobos; Jerusalem ‘a city frequented by Jesus’ + Slim ‘an allusion to Jesus’s supposed slight frame due to his itinerant lifestyle’] ‹U.S. streets› Jesus Christ; a nickname for Jesus used by hobos, particularly those who were members or supporters of the Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.), a large labor union. 3. life verse life verse n. Also life’s verse. A specific Bible verse...