Friday, March 11, 2005
  So about a month ago, Sarah Root asked the Youth Certifiacations to take some preaching dates from the Preaching/Teaching team to practice preaching.  You know, because one day we will be pastors and part of that is preaching and teaching…for me that is no problem, I have the preaching teaching thing down, or so I thought. 
This sunday is my week to preach in the nursing homes.  I have no idea what to preach!!! Ideas??? Anything will help!!!
Do you want joke for the day?  Do you really want one?  I am not sure that I want to give you a joke.  Is that begging I hear?  Are you begging for a joke?  Ok, here goes:

An old Arab lived close to New York City for more than 40 years. He would have loved to plant potatoes in his garden, but he is alone, old and weak. His son is in college in Paris, so the old man sends him an e-mail. He explains the problem:

“Beloved son, I am very sad, because I can’t plant potatoes in my garden. I am sure, if only you were here, you would help and dig up the garden for me.
I love you,
Your Father”

The following day, the old man receives a response e-mail from his son:

“Beloved Father,
Please don’t touch the garden. It’s there that I have hidden ‘the THING’.
I love you, too,

At 4pm the US Army, The Marines, the FBI, the CIA and the Rangers visit the house of the old man, take the whole garden apart, search every inch, but can’t find anything. Disappointed they leave the house.  A day later, the old man receives another e-mail from his son.

“Beloved Father,
I hope the garden is dug up by now and you can plant your potatoes.
That’s all I could do for you from here.
I love you,


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