In reading the New Testament I don’t see much humor. There are incidences in the Old Testament which might be considered humourous, however dark. Children mocking a prophet and then being eaten by two bears is somewhat humorous, albeit darkly, as is when King David collecting the foreskins of dead enemy soldiers. But where is God the omni-humorous?
I’m really concerned because I like humor a lot, and I employ it as much as I can. I’m just really afraid that when I go before God in judgment I will find him serious, lackluster and harsh–like some judge. I’m afraid that he’ll find most of the humour that comes out of my lips as obscene, blasphemous and damning. :crying:
Can anyone give me some reasons to believe why God is really funny in a pleasant, chummy way, and why I shouldn’t be so worried about offending God with my humor and lack of seriousness? Thanks! :yup: