Lilies of the Field

"Thank you." Thank you.
Danke schön. Thank you.

- Thank you.
- Thank you.

- Thank you.
- Beautiful.

Now you try it, Mama. "Thank you."
It's time.
- Good night.
- Good night.

- Good night, Sister Elizabeth.
- Good night.

Good night, Sister Albertine.
Sister Agnes, you be up early.
You've got to milk that poor old cow.

I milk the poor old cow.
You like to make jokes, Schmidt?
This isn't exactly a joke.
Now I sit down.
I give you a bill.
You pay me for my services.
I've put in two good days here, Mother.
I'm for hire, remember? Hire.

I speak English not so good.
You want to take advantage
of a poor country boy like me?

OK. We'll play it your way.
Book of Luke, chapter ten, verse seven.
Your Bible is all in German.
I'll read it to you in English.
"And in the same house remain, eating
and drinking such things as they give,

for the labourer is worthy of his hire."
That's not exactly what I had in mind
but you get the idea.

What you got there? Proverbs 14.