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©Early Christian Mortars (Acts 9 & 20:13)
The early Christian mortars held the churches together. I know. You’re thinking it’s supposed to be martyrs. You see, the martyrs held The Church together. The mortars held the church walls together. They would stand around outside leaning against the walls, chewing tobacco and spitting. That brought about the creation of saint hoods, which were worn by the newly elected saints.
One of those saints, Pauley Girl, wrote to Tim the tool man in I Timothy 5:23 and told him that a little wine was good for his stomach. See. Even back then, they knew that wine was good for your digression. At the time, they didn’t know wine contained oxymoron’s that terminated the chain-gang reactions caused by free radials down at the tire shop. But they did know wine, not only made you feel good, it made you feel good.
Many of these early
Christian mortars had seen Jesus. Like Pauley Girl who saw Jesus on the road
Acts 20:13 tells us
that he got on a ship and even went to see the Assos
Anyway, Pauley searched far and wide, but he never did find the woman named Grace. But it was okay, because it turned out that God’s grace was sufficient.