A couple weeks ago in church a cell phone went off during the sermon. This is, of course, not unusual and I barely remembered the event a few days later when my mom brought it up. "Did you hear that cell phone go off during the service on Sunday?" she asked with a smile before continuing, "It was the tune from 'Sex in the City.'" I knew who's cell phone had gone off. And I had serious doubts that said person would have said tune as their ring tone. So I made a friendly bet that my mom was wrong. Through an investigative friend, however, I found out that my mom was right indeed. And so here is the moral dilemna...Should I:
A) Keep my word and give my mom the wagered money, making me a gambling hypocrite (but a good son)
B) Keep God's money and not tell my mom that I found out, making myself a lying hypocrite (but a good steward)
Of course, my mom will probably read this and she probably won't even make me pay since we were just joking around (right mom!?!?). But, just for the fun of it, what does the majority rule that I should do?