Daily Joke: A Preacher Couldn't Find the Post Office
A preacher was having a hard time figuring out the way to the post office. He decided to ask a young boy for directions and told him that he could to the church later on.
A preacher went to a small town to mail a letter, but he had no idea where the post office was. After trying to figure out the way himself for some time, he eventually gave up and decided to get help.
A young boy was passing by in his roller skates when suddenly, the preacher called him. "Hello, dear. Could you please tell me where the post office is?" he asked.
The boy showed him the way and the preacher thanked him. Just as he was about to leave, the preacher asked him to come to the church that evening.
"Come to the community church this evening, dear. I'm teaching everyone how to get to heaven," he said.
"I don't know, sir. You can't even seem to find your way to the post office!"
LET ME WIN!
A man was going through a turbulent financial time. He had just gone bankrupt and he lost all the money. Helpless, he went to the church to ask God for help.
"Oh, God! Please hear me out," he began. "I have nothing left in this world. I lost my money, now my wife is going to divorce me, and I'm going to lose my house soon."
His voice echoed in the church and the man began to pray intensely. "Just let me win the lottery!" he cried out loud.
The man headed home to watch the lottery but sadly, he didn't win. The next day, he went back to the church to pray again.
AS STUPID AS CAN BE
"Oh, God! I thought you would be kind to me but look at me now! I will lose my house tomorrow if I don't win a million dollars tonight!" the man exclaimed.
He headed home to watch the TV for the lottery results but still no luck. "Why can't you just let me win this, God?!" he said furiously.
Suddenly, a bright light flashed and illuminated the whole place. Standing before the man was God.
"My son, you need to buy a lottery ticket first."
Here's another joke about a student who asked his teacher how to stuff animals into the fridge.