Misheard Prayer

I really thought for the longest time that the Glory Be to the Father prayer started with the following words:

Misheard #3

Apparently, the word “shouting” was really “shall be” all along. I must say that changes the meaning somewhat. God doesn’t literally think we’re all hard of hearing. Though perhaps methaphorically,


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2 thoughts on “Misheard Prayer

  1. Dave Cornelius

    I always thought that Up From The Grave He Arose was about gravy.

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  2. italiadiva

    I wonder how many kids grew up thinking that God’s name was Harold, as in:

    Our Father Who art in Heaven Harold be Thy name.

    =========== Opera is where a guy gets stabbed in the back, and instead of dying, he sings. — Robert Benchley

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