Playing It Safe... Fred and his family, including his mother-in-law, were vacationing in the Middle East. While they were visiting Jerusalem, Fred's mother-in-law died. With her death certificate in hand, Fred went to the American Consulate Office to arrange to have her body sent back to the States for proper burial. After hearing of the mother-in-law's death, the Consul told Fred that it would be extremely expensive to have the body returned to the States for burial. The Consul advised him that it could cost as much as $5000. Continuing, the Consul said, "In most cases, the person responsible for the remains normally decides to bury the body here. The cost for that would be approximately $200." Fred thought about it for a short time and replied, "It doesn't matter what the cost will be to send the body back, that's definitely what I want to do." "You must have loved your mother-in-law very deeply considering the difference in price," said the Consul. "No, that's not it at all," answered Fred. "I know of a case many years ago where a person was buried here in Jerusalem. On the third day, He arose from the dead! I'm not taking that chance!"