A young woman brought her fiance to visit her parents. After a nice dinner, the father invited the fiance to the library for a talk.
“I am a seminary student,” he replied.
“A seminary student. Hmmm,” said the father. “Admirable, but how will you provide a home for my daughter?”
“I will study,” the young man said, “and God will provide for us.”
“And how will you buy her an engagement ring, such as she deserves?”
“I will focus on my studies and God will provide for us.”
“And how will you support your children?”
“Don’t worry, sir. God will provide.”
The conversation continued like this; each time the father questioned, the young man insisted that God would provide.
Later, when the mother asked about the male conversation, the father sighed, “Well, the bad news is, he has no job and no plan, but the good news is: he thinks I’m God!”