No records kept

The English comedian, Tommy Trinder, so the story goes, once took his Rolls-Royce across the English Channel for a European holiday. One day the car broke down, so he contacted Rolls-Royce and asked what he should do. They responded by flying a factory mechanic to the Continent who fixed the problem, and Tommy continued his holiday. Naturally enough he was worried about what all this would cost, so he wrote to Rolls Royce and asked for the bill. He received a letter from their office that read: ‘Dear Sir: There is no record anywhere in our files that anything ever went wrong with a Rolls-Royce.’ It reminds me of what the Bible says about God’s forgiveness when we break down: ‘Your sins I will remember no more.’ Nothing to pay and no records of failure kept.

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