I’m amazed how much we depend on coffee. People, including myself, become crabby and tired without a morning caffeine fix. Christians are no different.
I can remember a few times when somebody forgot to start the coffee pot at church and the Sunday school members grew mutinous. Some people even began pacing until the coffee was ready.
I find this doting on coffee to be rather amusing. Our morning cup of Java is as necessary to us as water was to the Israelites. I also think it’s wonder full how people perk up, pun intended, once the caffeine kicks in.
Back when I attended a house church, based in the home owned by two women, I learned of a humorous situation which happened each weekday morning. They owned a coffee pot that made a sighing noise as it brewed the coffee. Each woman assumed the other was sighing until they were in the same kitchen and the machine gave out its human-like expression of resignation. I couldn’t help but laugh when I heard the machine for myself.
I often was chided for my sense of humor by humorless Christians. Many of those incidents are recorded in How I Was Razed: A Journey from Cultism to Christianity. Read more about this wondrous testimony of God’s providence at Amazon (where you can order coffee) as well as Barnes & Noble.