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Subject: FW: Fwd:"Heaven's Grocery Store"
> > Subject: Fwd:"Heaven's Grocery Store"
> > Author: Sherida Cobbs
> > Date: 7/21/99 2:18 PM
> > As I was walking down life's highway many years ago, I came upon a sign
> > that
> > read, "Heaven's Grocery Store." When I got a little closer the doors
> > open
> > wide and when I came to, I was standing inside. I saw a host of angles.
> > They
> > were standing everywhere. One handed me a basket and said, "My child,
> > shop
> > with
> > care." Every-thing a human needs was in that grocery store and what you
> > could
> > not carry, you could come back for more.
> > First I got some Patience. Love was in that same row. Further down,
> > understanding, you need that everywhere you go. I got a box or two of
> > wisdom,
> > and faith, a bag or two. And charity, of course, I would need some of
> > that,
> > too!
> > I couldn't miss the Holy Ghost. It was all over the place. And then
> > Strength and courage to help me run this race. My bag was getting full,
> > but I
> > remembered I needed Grace, and then I chose Salvation for it was free.
> > tried
> > to get enough of that to do the master well. As I went up the aisle, I
> > saw
> > Prayer and put that in, for I knew when I stepped outside I would run
> > sin.
> > Peace and Joy were plentiful, the last things on the shelf. Song and
> > Praise
> > were hanging near so I just helped myself. Then I said to the angle,
> > "Now,
> > how
> > much do I owe?" He smiled and said "Just take them everywhere you go."
> > Again I
> > asked "Really now, how much do I owe?" "My child, he said, "God paid
> > bill a
> > long time ago."
> > This poem has been sent to you with love for good luck. It originated
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> > to you
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> > you
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> > someone
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> > blessings. Send 5 copies within 9 hours of reading this and see what
> > happens in
> > six days.
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