Hi everyone!

I hope this Christmas is not finding you with Baa Humbug attitude.s We can let the season get to us. The hustle and bustle, people pushing and shoving as we shop. On the other hand, shopping on-line can be so much easier. Whatever way you shop, I hope you have an enjoyable time. Please, don’t let commercialism distract you from the real reason of Christmas.  Here are a couple of wacky jokes to put a smile on your face. Sometimes, the dumber the joke, the better the joke! 

The first reindeer seen in a bar

One evening, in a busy lounge in the deep south, a reindeer walked in the door, bellied up to the bar and ordered a martini. Without batting an eye, the bartender mixed and poured the drink, set it in front of the reindeer, and accepted the twenty-dollar bill from the reindeer’s hoof.

As he handed the reindeer some coins in change, he said, “You know, I think you’re the first reindeer I’ve ever seen in here.”
The reindeer looked hard at the hoofful of change and said, “Hmmmpf. Let me tell you something, buddy. At these prices, I’m the last reindeer you’ll see in here.” 

You Need to Join the Lord’s Army

Jack was in front of me coming out of church one day, and the preacher was standing at the door as he always is to shake hands. The preacher grabbed Jack by the hand and pulled him aside.
The Pastor said to him, ‘You need to join the Army of the Lord!’

Here’s one for the kids!

Trey:  What do you get when you cross a snowman and a dog?
Brandon: I give up.
Trey: Frostbite.

Laugh out loud I might like the one for the kids the best. Although I do like the reindeer joke quite a bit!  Have a great day. I will be back on Friday, December 6 with scripture for the week. On Sunday I’ll post my normal blog.  Take care and remember Jesus Saves. He is the reason for our living. We live not for possessions, but we are to live to share the miracle of Salvation. If any of you don’t know him, give me a holler and drop me a note. I’ll be glad to share with you what Jesus has done for me and what He can do for you. God Bless you and your family. Do any of you have a joke to share with us? I’d love to read it.






  1. Jesus wants us to be jovial not judgemental. Be gracious in receiving ANY gifts and smile , remembering how Christ suffered to save us from our sins. His birth was a wondrous thing therefore are you teaching the Church Christmas Carols words? so your children and grandchildren can remember them in their hearts? They are really a message from the Lord…honoring His Life and the joy of Christmas. I see many people that are 40’s and 50’s that DON’T know the Carols ! For shame! Children love to sing and singing makes them happy……give them something good to sing about before the World takes away ALL decent pleasures. Make a Christmas Carol songbook an important stocking stuffer! And have an “Ole Fashioned Christmas”, with voices uplifted on Christmas Eve and after Christmas Dinner. The whole family should join in…make it an “event to remember” and to repeat each year.( and I am not talking about “Santa Claus Coming to town” or good old “Rudolph” to be your songs…try “Silent Night”, “Oh Little Town of Bethlehem”, etc.the important ones that deal with the true meaning of Christmas. After dinner each Holiday nite, open your Bibles and go to the Gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, and read about the journey and birth. It is a wonderful reading, present something to your children and grandchildren that may last a lifetime ! What a wonderful present to your family…one that will be remembered for a lifetime. A TRADITION ! WOW!….start Today…this Christmas and Christmas Eve……Rejoice and honor our Lord.

    • Yes, when the children were small and even we went with my youngest daughter and her family and sang Christams songs in various faciliteis down through the years on Christmas. This was a wonderful tradition

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