God has no favourites

A minister who parked his car in a no-parking zone, hoping that the parking police would take pity on him, attached a note to his windscreen that read, ‘I am a minister of religion and I have an important appointment to keep. I have circled this block ten times looking for a parking spot without success. ‘Forgive us our trespasses.”’ When he returned to his car he found he had been given him a ticket, along with a note that said: ‘I am a parking officer and I’ve circled this block for ten years. If I don’t give you a ticket, I lose my job. “Lead us not into temptation.”’
It’s a message that minister probably preached about many times, particularly where the Bible says, ‘God has no favourits, but is pleased with everyone who worships him and does what is right, no matter who they are.’

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