If you ever use these (and I doubt Catholics would), don't ever leave them as a tip at a restaurant. I've heard of this - and it's a great way to make non-believing waiters hate your guts. I should know. I was once a waiter. It looks like bill on one side and then it has Bible verses on the back.
A federal judge has sided with a Christian ministry in a dispute over gospel tracts that look like million-dollar bills.From OneNews by Allie Martin.
Several years ago, Secret Service agents entered the offices of the Great News Network in Texas and confiscated more than 8,000 million-dollar-bill gospel tracts. Agents claimed the tracts violated counterfeiting law, but last week, federal Judge Jorge Solis ordered the return of the gospel tracts, ruling they were not counterfeit.
Ray ComfortThe tracts are produced by evangelist Ray Comfort, founder of Living Waters Publications. He says the judge's ruling is solid.
"There are a lot of crimes, and there's murder and there's terrorism, and instead, [they're] running after people giving out gospel tracts," he laments. "But other people laugh, and everybody knows they're not real. A 167-word gospel presentation on the back is a clue that it's not government-issued."
Living Waters has just introduced a trillion-dollar-bill gospel tract that features an image of Abraham Lincoln.