Jesus is walking through the plains of Africa, when he decides he needs a new robe. So he goes to a tailor named Rubenstein.
"Yes, yes, I'll make your robe," says Rubenstein, "and I will not charge you for it. Instead, wherever you go, traveling and giving your sermons, you must tell people that Rubenstein made your robe." Jesus agrees, and the two part.
Years later they meet up again. "We should go into business together," says Jesus.
"Yes," agreed Rubenstein, "we should call it Rubenstein and Jesus."
"No," Jesus argues, "we should call it Jesus and Rubenstein."
"Clothing and Congregations?"
"Sermons and sewing?"
The two look at each other for a moment, then say, "Lord and Tailor."