To take this idea one step further, I believe that one of the greatest gifts God gave us was a sense of humor:
Aside from the anthropomorphizing of God (as I like to say: anyone who eats, sleeps and goes to the bathroom is not God), the moral of this comic is well-taken. If you're religious, it's very easy to get caught up in all the difficulties of leading an observant life and become overwhelmed. And for almost everyone, it's quite likely to be going through some serious financial or interpersonal problems right now. Yet there is a way to turn that difficult situation into one of character-building. Look for the absurdity in the situation. Find the levity. And laugh. While it may not solve the problem, it will make it a whole lot easier to get through it.