The boy was asked to appear because he had
rescued two friends in a coalmine outside his hometown in West Virginia.
As Carson questioned the boy, it became apparent to him and the audience that the young man was a Christian.
So Carson asked him if he attended Sunday
When the boy said he did Johnny inquired, "What are you learning in Sunday school?"
"Last week," the boy replied, "our lesson was about when Jesus went to a wedding and turned water into wine."
The audience roared with laughter but Carson tried to keep a straight face.
Then he said, "And what did you learn from that story?"
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