The cheerful heart has a continual feast.
Chuck Swindoll has collected some laws that he finds downright hilarious. Here are a few of them.
In Danville, Pennsylvania, fire hydrants must be checked one hour before all fires.
In Seattle, it is illegal to carry a concealed weapon of more than six feet in length.
An Oklahoma law states that a driver of “any vehicle involved in an accident resulting in death shall immediately stop and give his name and address to the person struck.”
The village of Lakefield, Ontario, passed a piece of noise abatement legislation that permits birds to sing for thirty minutes during the day and fifteen minutes a night.
Every life encounters problems that defy frivolity. But the flip side is that a perpetually joyless Christian is an oxymoron.
“A cheerful heart is good medicine” (Prv 17:22).
A sense of humor helps you cope with
the difficult times and enjoy the good times.