The Preacher, Priest and the Rabi

Two old friends, a Baptist Preacher and a Priest, were go fishing. A Rabi in the nearby Synagogue saw the two preparing their boat for the trip. The Rabi came over and asked, “Would you have room for one more?” The priest and the preacher looked and each other and said, “Surely Rabi, you are more than welcome.”

Once they were on the lake fishing, the Priest said, “Oh my word. I left my lunch in the truck. I will back right back.” The priest stood up and walked on the water back to the truck and then, back to the boat with his lunch. The Rabi was very impressed by the miracle he just witnessed but said nothing.

Thirty minutes later the preacher exclaimed, “I have run out of bait. I have more in the truck. I will be back.” The preacher then stood, walked on water to the truck and then, back to the boat. The Rabi now seeing two miracles straightened his back and replied, “I am a man of faith and have as much faith as you both.” He then stood up and took a step onto the water and disappeared from site.

The preacher then turned to the priest and said, “I guess he didn’t know where the rocks are.”

The moral of the story: Always know where the rocks are.

I hope you all enjoyed the story that was told to me when I was growing up. Remember! A donation of a Follow and a like works wonders. Thank you all for your support.

Published by M.Short

As a 19 year old CW2 helicopter combat pilot, M. Short served as an aircraft commander being awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star and eleven Combat Air Medals while serving the U.S. Army in the Vietnam war. His passion for Science Fiction and his experiences in combat as a pilot gave him his inspiration for the series -A Saga of Dogs of War. A Mercenaries Story. His series starts in 2235 after the Earth starts to heal from a cataclysmic event. The series follows the lives and experiences of one mercenary clan as they reclaim the Earth for their corporate sponsor, XTECH.

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