He raced into the store holding a crumpled bag and made strait for the one cashier that was open.
"I'm sorry sir, but returns are only handled at the return register," she said pointing at my line, "He will be happy to help you."
He looked in exasperation at the three people inline ahead of him. "I can't wait in line, I have to be at the church in ten minutes!"
"I'm sorry sir, but I will help you as soon as I can, " I said glancing up from the return I was currently working on, "Or—what is the date on your receipt? Because if now isn't a good time for you, you can—"
"I can't come back here! Goddammit!" In a righteous huff, he left for church.
See, now I would never presume to speak for God, but I am 95% certain that while he might not enjoy waiting in line, he doesn't actually damn them. In that line of thought, I think the people that Jesus spoke the strongest to were the self absorbed, religious people of the day. You might want to rethink your approach sir.