This is a joke a friend sent to me. It must have been making its round on emails for quite some time. You will notice that when you read it, even so it makes some good food for thought.
Billy Graham had just finished a tour of the Florida East Coast and was taking a limousine to the airport.
Having never driven a limo, he asked the chauffeur if he could drive for a while. The chauffeur didn’t really have much of a choice, so he got in the back of the limo and Rev. Graham took the wheel. He turned onto I-95 and accelerated to about 90 MPH.
Soon the blue lights of the State Highway Patrol flashed in his rearview mirror. He pulled over and a trooper came to his window. When the trooper saw who it was, he said, “Just a moment, please, I need to call in.”
The trooper radioed in and asked for the chief.
He said, “I have a REALLY important person pulled over and I need to know what to do.”
The chief replied, “Who is it, I hope not Ted Kennedy?”
The trooper said, “No, even more important.”
“It isn’t the Governor, Jeb Bush, is it?” asked the chief.
“No, even more important,” replied the trooper.
“It isn’t the President, George Bush, is it?”
“No,” replied the trooper, “even more important.”
“Well, WHO in the WORLD is it?!” screamed the chief.
The trooper responded: “I don’t really know for sure but I think it might be Jesus, because his chauffeur is Billy Graham!”
If you and I were at the wheel of a limousine, who would people think we were chauffeuring?
Let me put it in other words: Do people see Jesus in us?
I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live,
but Christ lives in me. The life I live in the body,
I live by faith in the Son of God,
who loved me and gave himself for me. Galatians 2:20