By Tom Winnifrith | Tuesday 20 December 2016
Lo and it came to pass that Jesus and his followers were travelling in the land known as Norfolk to the small town of Banstead. And as they entered the town they encountered a man who told all that he was of great faith.
The man invited Jesus into his magnificent home, noting that the home was in fact in the name of his wife, but bidding that Jesus and his disciples be his guests.
The man was dressed in magnificent robes and in his office his loyal workers were transcribing his latest blog posting: An even Biggar lie.
A manservant, named Douglas, who was known to be somewhat simple but showed great loyalty to his master brought Jesus and his followers wine which was poured from bottles marked "Rangers FC."
Jesus could see that the rich man was sorely troubled in mind and said unto him "verily I say unto you, it is better to receive than to give and it is harder for a poor man to enter the Kingdom of the Lord than it is to for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle."
The rich man nodded for he was indeed a man of deep faith and deep understanding of the ways of the world.
Here endeth the lesson. Thanks be to God.
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