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May 16, 2002 | 11:50 1 somebody fowarded this to me. Enjoy.

Jesus and Satan were having an ongoing argument about who was better at
using the computer. They had been going at it for days, and God was tired of
hearing all the bickering. Finally, God said, "Cool it. I am going to set up
a test which will take two hours and it will judge who does the better job."


So Satan and Jesus sat down at the keyboards and typed away.

They moused.

They did spreadsheets.

They wrote reports.

They sent faxes.

They sent e-mail.

They sent out e-mail with attachments.

They downloaded.

They did some genealogy reports.

They made cards.

They did every known job.

But, ten minutes before the time was up, lightning suddenly flashed across
the sky, thunder rolled, the rain poured, and of course, the electricity
went off.

Satan stared at his blank screen and screamed every curse word known in the
underworld.

Jesus just sighed. The electricity finally flickered back on, and each of
them restarted their computers.

Satan started searching frantically screaming, "It's gone! It's all gone!

I lost everything when the power went out!"

Meanwhile, Jesus quietly started printing out all his files from the past
two hours.

Satan observed this and became even more irate.

"Wait! He cheated! How did he do it??!!"

(You'll love the punch line....)

God shrugged and said,

"Jesus Saves." Reply With Quote
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