Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Good Grief

Hey, guys! Now Christians don't even have to patronize non-Christian businesses!!! Just look in this handy-dandy guide to find a good, God-fearing person like yourself so no pagans will be able to further the devil's work with your hard earned money. God forbid we have contact with people who don't go to church. If they'd just come to church and hear about Jesus they could get some good religion and be listed in this here directory, too.

http://corporate.shepherdsguide.com/

9 comments:

h b said...

Oh, goody!! Mr. Klean is listed, I was worried that I wouldn't be able to wash my car there anymore. You know, Satan's soap stings the eyes and corrodes the paint. Good thing there is access to holy water at Mr. Klean.

Send royalties for Mr. Klean plug to satanfreeemailprovider@savethesaved.com

janiners said...

how do you come up with this stuff, h b? :-) laughing uncontrollably. :-)

LiteratureLover said...

I agree with Janiniers!!! Still laughing... As far as the website, all I can say is, "Are you kidding me?"

Michelle- This One's For The Girls said...

Ah now-- come on. Haven't you ever moved somewhere new and wished you could find a Christian doctor? Or something??? I'm not into boycotting or anything-- and I also think the marketplace is one of the best places to make contact with the lost. But to quote Sweet Home Alabama-- "I'm just sayin', that's all."


I guess you don't want any of those candles that they sell in the Christian bookstore that promise that they smell like Jesus, huh??

LiteratureLover said...

Good thoughts.

They sell Jesus scented candles? Where? Where?!!!

SuperMom said...

Jesus scented candles!! LOL!

I really haven't ever sought out anyone whose services I needed based on their spiritual standing. Seems "clique-ish" to me.

SuperMom said...

BTW-LOVED Sweet Home Alabama!!!!!! "You have a baby! In a bar!!"

Michelle- This One's For The Girls said...

I understand where you're coming from and mostly agree with you. I often go to the bar here in town on Taco Tuesdays (though not with the baby...*grin*) and it always shocks the socks off of everyone for the preacher and his wife to be over at the Southside Tavern.

It's just that when it comes to getting a doctor, I like to know that both sides are people of prayer. Maybe it's because we've had so many close calls??

And yes, I've really seen candles for sale that "smell like Jesus." (They really smell like a mix between White Shoulders and nursing home... ewwww.)

heartsjoy said...

I can't leave TOFTG out by her lonesome on this one, I also like to know when I am dealing with a Christian brother/sister for some things where I want that perspective i.e. doctors, counselors.