4 comments on “Pastor Tries To Walk On Water Like Jesus, But Gets Eaten By Crocodiles Instead

    • ” I don’t know whether to laugh at this or cry.” Same here. At first I was going to write something funny about faith and stuff, but then I realized it’s not really funny. The poor bastard did not understand that animals don’t read bibles.

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      • And don’t forget that “Faith without works is dead!” But apparently, ‘faith WITH works gets you dead, as well. Dude, just couldn’t win.

        “Let us solemnly gather by the river(just don’t get too close) to say goodbye to our beloved Pastor for he was a man of complete faith and for having that faith, he tried to show us just how far he was willing to go, over to the other side of the river, but before he could get there, another of God’s creatures saw dinner approaching and so our dear Pastor is in heaven with his Lord and Savior. Amen!”

        How’s that?

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  1. My burning question is, did the crocs say grace before partaking of their divinely provided surprise banquet? This reminds me of a story I heard long ago about an itinerant fundamentalist preacher on his way to preach a Sunday sermon. While walking across a wood, he encountered a bear. Not knowing what to do, the preacher went to his knees and prayed to his god for protection. Being no slouch at recognizing a fellow believer, the bear got on his knees and said… “Thank you Lord for the meal I’m about to partake.” Well, faith is faith… and I only know one thing for certain about the concept: it never works according to expectation. In fact, if you want something to happen by faith, pray for the opposite and you’re much more likely to get what you want, but I wouldn’t bet on that either. It sort of works like this: “The doctors say he’s got a fifty-fifty chance of living, but there’s only a ten percent chance of that.”

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