Wednesday, 11 January 2012

Matthew 14:22 -33 = -18.78

Hello campers. Today’s Godspell is taken from The Gospell Accordingly to Matthew, so listen.

And just before that, but not after, the alarum clock went off, and Jessiz wemt to him Apologists, walking on the lake, which was normal for him at that time, as it was the Year of the Waterskiing Messiah. The Apologists were very, very. “It’s a ghost! Scooby-dooby-doo, where are you?!!” them screamed, as would you have done had you been there; admit it.
“Fear ye not, for it is only I.”
“Who’s ‘I’ when he’s at home – or walking on the lake?” asked Peter, who was called Peter.
“Jessiz!” replied Jessiz.
“That explains a lot,” said Peter, who was called Peter.
“Come on on, the surface of the water is luffly,” commanded Jessiz.
            Then Peter, who was not called Trevor except on alternate Tuesday afternoons, walked on the water towards Jessiz. But when he saw the wind he was afraid*, before he realized that it was impossible to see the wimd, just as it was inpossible to walk on water, and he samk.
            “Not as easy as it looks, is it?” said Jessiz, and everyone agreed that this proved that he was, and so should you, and if you don’t, well then.

This is a Godspell of the Lawn.

Response: Blimey.

*…is what it actually says.

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