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God Saves Christadelphian From Flood, Apologises For Causing It In The First Place

God has issued an apology to a Christadelphian whose house he flooded so badly that he had to rescue her from it. To his surprise, the woman seemed oblivious to the mistake, and instead kept praising God for saving her.

A spokesperson for God told our reporters that such mistakes were sadly a common occurrence, but then went on to mention that believers had such low expectations of God that it really didn't seem to matter. Not only did they not hold him accountable for these natural disasters, they rarely expected him to save anyone from them. In fact, people often praised God more for saving fewer people, and still more again if he saved no one but rescued a Bible instead.

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