A little girl went to church for the first time. After the service, the minister asked how she had liked it. “Well,” she thought for a moment, “I thought the music was very fine, but your commercial was too long!”
When the plate went by a little girl who was attending church for the first time, she dropped her penny in, then asked her mother, “What will come out of the plate, bubble gum or licorice?"
A Sunday-school teacher returning from work one day heard his little boy and girl quarreling violently with each other. It looked as if they were coming to blows. “Children, why are you fighting so?”
The little boy answered with an airy smile, “Why, Father, we aren't quarreling really; we're just playing mother and father.”
When hubby, a church deacon, arrived home from work, his wife had news. “The maid quit. She said you spoke insultingly to her on the phone.”
Said the husband, “Oh, I thought I was talking to you!”
A pastor had received a call from another church to become its minister. The pastor's twelve-year-old son was talking with a neighbor. “Dad's upstairs praying about it, but Mother's downstairs packing.”
The pastor asked Bobby, “Do you say your prayers every night?”
“Not every night. Some nights I don't want anything!”
A little girl was overheard by her mother asking God to make Boston the capital of Vermont. “Why do you pray like that?” the mother asked.
“Because I said so on my geography exam this afternoon."