“The Search For Miss Gladys”

This is #012 of “The Lloyd Servant Show,” and you may recall when we left off last, a report of what appeared to be an actual miracle was mixed in with the fake miracle reports being read on camera by Bradeena Martin! This one reported winning “The Lottery For Life Sweepstakes” because of the “Amazing Multiplying Miracle American Christian Apple Pie”!

Isn’t it strange that although Miss Gladys reports having quit her job in order to stay home and wait for and watch “The Lloyd Servant Show,” she hasn’t contacted them again?!?

Now “Lloyd Servant, Your Servant Of The Lloyd” wants to get his hands on those lottery winnings! Something dastardly is afoot! Particularly when he has to bring out his own secret criminal partners to lure Miss Gladys out with more fake testimonies!

The only character with even a small bit of conscience seems to be Bradeena who timidly points out that they haven’t mentioned anything about Easter and how “It’s like it never happened!” Then again, maybe she just wanted a reason to wear her new Easter bonnet!

Watch out, Miss Gladys! Watch out!

“The events depicted in this comic strip are fictitious. Any similarity to any person living or dead is merely coincidental.” Images used for the fake testiminies are based on actual mugshots taken in the 1920’s!

2 thoughts on ““The Search For Miss Gladys”

  1. My husband might buy a slice of that pie if he could have the thick hair of that young man. Lol Lying testimonies. Hard to compute, isn’t it?

    I read an article by a reporter who checked out a healing evangelist. He got the names of some of the people who said they were healed and went to visit them. They were all sick again of the same thing. He said it was perhaps the excitement of the meeting and the wanting to believe that made these people feel healed. Also, one man said as he waked into the meeting, someone pushed him down into a wheelchair and wheeled him to the front of the stage. The evangelist told him to stand up and he did. Yep, that was one of the “healings.” The man said he was too embarrassed to deny it.

    I know God heals people with miracles today. He may do it every day, for all I know. I have prayed for people and they were healed. I believe in God’s mighty healing power, but I don’t believe in the TV ones.

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    1. Yes, it’s really difficult to tell what is real and what isn’t. Some of it, I do believe, is outright deception. But God does do miracles, and I’m so glad that He does! (Though I don’t think He would be working a miracle to help a bald guy out, myself included!)

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