The moment he realized what was happening, he screamed, ” … !”
In my Father’s Day message to Bethel, I’m sharing that Dads need to be far more involved in parenting than they are. But it’s not just an “ought to” sermon, it’s a “how to” sermon! So here are five tips for being more involved in diaper changing:
- Always wear protective eyewear.
- If you need a third hand, use your teeth.
- Out of baby oil? Use Old Spice!
- Pressure washers are NOT allowed!
- Never, never… ever scratch n’ sniff!
What did I miss?
First know this – I’m not going to judge you for clicking the link to read this article. In fact, if you have any desire whatsoever to kick a llama in the neck, reaching out for help is probably a good early step toward recovery from your obvious problem… but again, I don’t judge you. I’m just glad you came here.
Now, I know that you might be asking the obvious: why would anyone have any particular bent toward llama-kicking? There’s a great lesson to be learned here… it’s better that some questions just remain unanswered. So without further delay, if you’re going to kick a llama in the neck…
I’ve heard this used in many, many sermons, and I used it myself yesterday. Enjoy…
I am writing in response to your request for additional information. In block number 3 of the accident reporting form, I put “trying to do the job alone” as the cause of my accident. You said in your letter that I should explain more fully, and I trust that the following details will be sufficient:
A church member just sent this joke to me. I rarely post things from my inbox but I laughed my head off at this…
If you think the gathering of biblical facts and standing up with a Bible in your hand will automatically equip you to communicate well, you are desperately mistaken. It will not. You must work at being interesting. Boredom is a gross violation, being dull is a grave offense, and irrelevance is a disgrace to the gospel. Too often these three crimes go unpunished and we preachers are the criminals. ~ Charles Swindoll