Devotional Humor and Inspiring Stories for January 24, 2019 with Robby Dilmore
by Robby

Older Than Harold

A little boy, sitting in his grandfather’s lap, asks his grandfather:

– Grandfather, were you with Noah aboard a ship?

“Of course not,” said the grandfather, smiling.

“Why didn’t you drown then?”

Nailed It

The priest repairs the stool in his garden. Suddenly, he discovers that a company of neighboring boys is surreptitiously watching his company.

– What are you, my children, want to learn how to hammer in nails? – asks the priest.

“No,” says one of the boys, “we want to hear what the priest says when he hits himself on the finger with a hammer.”

If a gang of robbers dove into a swimming pool, would that cause a crime wave?

Attention Spam

To win the attention of the listeners, the senior pastor began the sermon with the following words: “Yesterday I was with one woman who hugged me, kissed me and called me gently, but this was not my wife …”

After some silence, he continued: it was my mother.

Having seen what effect such an introduction had on those present, the young assistant pastor decided to use this method. The following Sunday, he came to his church and began to preach: “Yesterday I was with one woman who hugged me, kissed me and called me gently, but this was not my wife …”

Then he realized that he had forgotten the pastor’s sermon and, after some silence, added embarrassedly: “But I don’t remember who she was.”

(the moral is: you have to be an eagle, not a parrot).

Monumental Occasion

The little boy was in the church, built in honor of the fallen soldiers. On the walls of the church are many bas-reliefs in memory of the soldiers. The kid asks the priest: “What is there?”

“Well, my son, this is in memory of those who died in the service.”

The boy looks apprehensively at his holy father: “On the morning or in the evening?”

Lie Ability

The pastor walks down the street and passes by a handful of boys who crowded around a puppy. “Are you torturing a dog?” Asked the pastor.

“No, uncle, we just found a puppy, and everyone wants to take him for himself. We decided to arrange a competition: whoever lies the best, will take the puppy. ”

“Ah ah ah! Shame on you! Lying is a sin. When I was little, I never lied. ”

The boys fell silent, exchanged glances, and then one of them took the puppy in his arms and said: “Take the puppy, pastor, you won.”


I’m very good at opening childproof caps with a hammer.

I’m smiling all the time because I can’t hear a word you’re saying.

I’m having trouble remembering simple words like…uhhhh…ummmm

I’m sure they are making adults much younger these days.


Imagine that you had won the prize in a contest. Each morning your bank would deposit $86,400 into your private account, with rules that read:

1. Everything that you did not spend during each day would be withdrawn from your account.

2. You may not simply transfer money into some other account.

3. You may only spend It.

4. Each morning, when you wake, the bank opens your account with another $86,400 for that day.

5. The bank can end the game, without warning, at any time. It can say, “Game Over!” and close the account and you will not receive a new one.

What would you personally do?

You would buy anything and everything you wanted, right? Not only for yourself, but for all the people you love and care for. Even for people you don’t know, because you couldn’t possibly spend it all on yourself, right?

You would try to spend every penny, and use it all, because you knew it would be replenished in the morning, right?

This “game” is actually real, to each of us. Each of us is already a winner of this prize. We just can’t seem to see it.

The prize is TIME.

1. Each morning, upon waking, we receive 86,400 seconds as a gift of Life.

2. And when we go to sleep at night, any remaining time is not credited to us.

3. What we have not used up that day is forever lost.

4. Yesterday is gone forever.

5. Each morning the account is refilled, but the bank can dissolve our account at any time without warning.

So, what will we do with our seconds?

Those 86,400 seconds are worth so much more than $86,400. Think about it, and remember to enjoy every second of your life, because time races by so much quicker than you think.

Take care of yourself, be happy, love deeply and live life to the fullest!

Start spending. Wisely.

And don’t complain about growing old! Some people don’t get the privilege.

Parking Zones Disease
Funny, but untrue story:

Outside England’s Bristol Zoo there is a parking lot for 150 cars and 8 buses. For 25 years, its parking fees were managed by a very pleasant attendant… The fees for cars ($1.40), for buses (about $7).

Then, one day, after 25 solid years of never missing a day of work, he just didn’t show up; so the zoo management called the city council and asked it to send them another parking agent. The council did some research and replied that the parking lot was the zoo’s own responsibility. The zoo advised the council that the attendant was a city employee. The city council responded that the lot attendant had never been on the city payroll.

Meanwhile, sitting in his villa somewhere on the coast of Spain, or France, or Italy, is a man who’d apparently had a ticket booth installed completely on his own and then had simply begun to show up every day, commencing to collect and keep the parking fees, estimated at about $560 per day — for 25 years. Assuming 7 days a week, this amounts to just over $7 million dollars… and no one even knows his name.

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