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*chocolate* (chamorrita) wrote,
@ 2005-04-23 23:23:00
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    Current mood: calm

    FW: Gods answering machine
    Calling Heaven

    Most of us have now learned to live with voice mail as a necessary part
    of our lives. Have you ever wondered what it would be like if God
    decided to install voice mail? Imagine praying and hearing the following:

    Thank you for calling heaven.

    For English, press 1
    For Spanish, press 2
    For French, press 3
    For all other languages, press 4

    Please select one of the following options:
    Press 1 for requests
    Press 2 for thanksgiving
    Press 3 for complaints
    Press 4 for all others

    I am sorry, all our Angels and Saints are busy helping other sinners
    right now. However, your prayer is important to us and we will answer
    it in the order it was received. Please stay on the line.

    If you would like to speak to:
    God, press 1
    Jesus, press 2
    Holy Spirit, press 3
    To find a loved one that has been assigned to heaven, press 5, then
    enter his social security # followed by the pound sign. If you receive a
    negative response, please hang up and dial area code 666.

    For reservations to heaven, please enter JOHN followed by the numbers,

    For answers to nagging questions about dinosaurs, life and other
    planets, please wait until you arrive in heaven for the specifics.

    Our computers show that you have already been prayed for today, please
    hang up and call again tomorrow.

    The office is now closed for the weekend to observe a religious holiday.
    If you are calling after hours and need emergency assistance, please
    contact your local pastor.

    Thank you and have a heavenly day.

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