A minister was conducting a graveside service at a cemetery on the top of a steep hill. It was a cold, wintry day, and snow covered the ground. As the preacher was reading from the Bible, the casket began to slide on the slick surface. Before anyone could stop it, it picked up speed and started down the incline. When it reached the highway, the speeding casket zipped across the street and into the parking lot of the local pharmacy. It just so happened that someone was leaving, so they held the door open as the casket sped inside. When it slammed into the counter, the lid sprang open and the man inside sat up and asked, “Do you have anything to stop this coughin’?”
There’s no point to this story. I just thought you might need to laugh today.
“A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.”—Proverbs 17:22.