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in Microsoft makes Jesus one of the world’s richest men. Like many Internet millionaires, Jesus donates significant portions of his fortune to charity, but he also builds a mansion on Puget Sound with 24 bathrooms and a showroom for his collection of classic Corvettes. On a cool Sunday evening, one of Jesus’ oldest friends and apostles is having supper at the house and says, "Teacher, with your money you have done good works. You have established foundations and created scholarships and vaccinated children and eased starvation in the four corners of the globe. But as long as any are still suffering on Earth, how are you able to enjoy even a portion of your wealth? For did you not once say that it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of Heaven? Should not you unburden yourself of this luxurious house and, especially, those cars you never drive?"

JESUS WOULD keep the house and the cars. "Hell, I can do that old camel and needle trick eight times out of ten," Jesus would say. "Try to find a 1964 AC compressor with mounts. Now that’s hard."

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