One day, a one dollar bill and a hundred dollar bill got folded together and began talking about their life experiences.
The hundred dollar bill began to brag:
“I’ve had a great life,” he said. “I’ve been to all the big hotels, Donald Trump himself used me at his casino, I’ve been in the wallets of Fortune 500 board members, I’ve flown from one end of the country to the other! I’ve even been in the wallet of two Presidents of the United States, and once when Princess Diana visited the US, she used me to buy a packet of gum.”
In awe, the dollar humbly responded, “Gee, nothing like that has ever happened to me, …but I have been to church a lot!”
Submitted by Richard
“One Nation Under God”
This story has one flaw.. The person that wrote it didn’t think about what happens after Church. What about the dollars spent driving the elderly to hospital visits, doctor visits or to the food store. What about the money we give to people that need it never expecting to see it again. How about the visits to friends homes to find out why they’ve stopped coming to Church. All the hoagie sales where we spend hours working or delivering. How about teaching Sunday school or Bible study. What about the hours spent in all the various positions in the Church or the everyday workings to keep the Church in order. Only when we have self-cleaning Churches will this story apply. These are but a few of the other things as to where our other dollars go. The biggest being the ones that only God and the person giving know about.