Got a letter from Grandma the other day… The other day I went up to a local C…

Got a letter from
Grandma the other day…

The other day I went up
to a local Christian
bookstore and saw a
“honk if you love Jesus”
bumper sticker. I was
feeling particularly sassy
that day because I had
just come from a thrilling
choir performance,
followed by a thunderous
prayer meeting, so I
bought the sticker and
put it on my bumper.
Boy, I’m glad I did! What
an uplifting experience
that followed!
I was stopped at a red
light at a busy
intersection, just lost in
thought about the Lord
and how good He is…and
I didn’t notice that the
light had changed. It is a
good thing someone else
loves Jesus because if he
hadn’t honked, I’d never
have noticed!
I found that LOTS of
people love Jesus! Why,
while I was sitting there
the guy behind started
honking like crazy, and
then leaned out of his
window and screamed
“For the love of GOD! GO!
GO! Jesus Christ, GO!”
What an exuberant
cheerleader he was for
Jesus! Everyone started
honking! I just leaned out
of my window and started
waving and smiling at all
these loving people. I
even honked my horn a
few times to share in the
love! There must have
been a man from Florida
back there because I
heard him yelling
something about a
“sunny beach”… I saw
another guy waving in a
funny way with only his
middle finger stuck up in
the air. Then I asked my
teenage grandson in the
back seat what that
meant, he said that it was
probably a Hawaiian good
luck sign or something.
Well, I never met anyone
from Hawaii, so I leaned
out the window and gave
him the good luck sign
back. My grandson burst
out laughing…why he was
enjoying this religious
A couple of people were
so caught up in joy of the
moment that they got out
of their cars and started
walking towards me. I bet
they wanted to pray or
ask what church I
attended, but this is when
I noticed the light had
changed. So, I waved to
all my sisters and
brothers grinning, and
drove on through the
intersection before the
light changed again and I
felt kind of sad that I had
to leave them after all the
love we had shared, so I
slowed the car down,
leaned out of the window
and gave them the
Hawaiian good luck sign
one last time as I drove
Praise the Lord for such
wonderful folks!

Love grandma. …read more    

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