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Sunday Collection Profit

Three clergymen, one from Belfast, one from Derry and one from Ballymena, were discussing how to make a little profit out of the Sunday collection.
'Well,' said the Belfast clergyman, 'after I've taken all the collection I just dip my hand in and take a handful, and that does me.'
'I think that's erring a little on the righteous side,' said the Derry clergyman. 'I think it's fairer to divide it in half.'
'Not at all,' said the Ballymena clergyman. 'The most Christian way is to throw all the money up in the air. What stays up is God's, and what comes back down is mine.'


 
 


 
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