Consider the story of the woman who was sitting at a stop light one morning…
The man in front of a woman sitting at a stop light one morning was going through papers on the seat of his car, and when the light changed to green, he did not proceed through the light as he should have. “You know”, the woman behind him thought, “a green light is a commandment - NOT a suggestion!”
When the light turned to red, and he had still not moved, she began (with her windows up) screaming epithets, cursing, beating on my steering wheel, and making obscene hand gestures .
These expressions of distress were interrupted by a policeman, gun drawn, tapping on her window. Against her protestations of, "You can't arrest me for hollering in my car!", he ordered her into the back seat of his patrol car.
After about two hours in a holding cell, the arresting officer advised her that she was free to go. She stormed out at him, "I knew you couldn't arrest me for yelling in my own car. You haven't heard the last of this."
The officer replied, "Ma’am, I didn't arrest you for shouting and gesticulating in your car. I was directly behind you at the light. I saw you screaming and beating your steering wheel, and I said to myself, "What a jerk. But there is nothing I can do to her for throwing a fit in her own car."
"Then I noticed the 'Cross' hanging from your rear view mirror, the bright yellow 'Choose Life' license tag, the 'Jesus is Coming Soon' bumper sticker, and the Fish symbol on your trunk, and I thought surely you must have stolen the car!"
What does your daily deportment say about your relationship with Jesus? Do you give indication that He is indeed the Lord of your life? Or do you send mixed signals by undercutting your testimony with your behavior?
SOURCE: This piece is available in various versions on multiple internet sites. The basis of this version is: http://jokes.christiansunite.com/Cops/In_God_We_Trust.shtml.