We've released a new version of SermonCentral! Read the release notes here.
Text Illustrations
Every profession has its favorite stories, and the legal profession is no exception.


A beginner attorney was defending a man accused of biting another man’s ear off during a barroom brawl. A witness to the fight was on the stand, and the young attorney was cross-examining him: “Did you actually see the defendant bite off this man’s ear?”


“No, sir,” the witness replied.


That was the answer the young attorney wanted to hear, but he made a common mistake among novice lawyers. Instead of ending his cross-examination when he was ahead and on the winning track, he continued with another question.


“What exactly did you see?” he asked.


The witness replied: “I saw him spit it out!”

From Freddy Fritz’ Sermon: Do Religious People Have an Advantage?