Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Lynn from The Vintage Nest let me borrow this poem from her blog. I loved it so much I wanted to share it with all of you. I think you will enjoy it. Thank you Lynn.

Heaven's Grocery Store

I was walking down life's highway a long time ago,
One day I saw a sign that read "Heaven's Grocery Store." As I got a little closer, the door came open wide.
And when I came to myself, I was standing there inside.

I saw a host of angels, they were standing everywhere, One handed me a basket and said, "My child shop with care.
"
Everything I needed was in that grocery store
And all you couldn't carry, you could come back for more.
First, I got some patience, love was in the same row, Further down was understanding, you need that wherever you go.
I got a box or two of wisdom and a bag or two of faith,
I just couldn't miss the Holy Ghost, for it was all over the place.

I stopped to get some strength and courage, to help me run the race.
By then my basket was getting full, but I remembered I needed some grace.
I didn't forget salvation, for salvation, that was free,
So I tried to get enough of that to save both you and me. Then I started up to the counter to pay my grocery bill, For I thought I had everything to do my Master's will.

As I went up the aisle, I saw prayer and I just had to put that in.
For I knew when I stepped outside, I would run right into sin.
Peace and joy were all plentiful, they were on the last shelf.
Song and praises were hanging near, so I just helped myself.

Then I said to the angel, "Now how much do I owe
He just smiled and said, "Just take them everywhere you go."
Again, I smiled at him and said, "How much do I owe?" He smiled again and said, "My child, Jesus paid your bill a long time ago."

14 comments:

Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

Hi Cathy!
I was just at Lynns and read that lovely poem! I stopped by to thank you for the lovely comments you made on my blog about the Romantic Country Magazine feature on me. You are so sweet!
Hugs,
Penny

Adeline Country Cottage said...

Hello Cathy, How wonderful is this poem, I'm so glad you borrowed and posted here, Loved reading every bit of it, thank-you.
And I just love, love, love your Fairies in a Teacup, so beautiful, but everything you make is stunning Cathy everything.

Hugs
Kirstie

Holly (Nickname) said...

Yes, He did pay for it, and by it we are His! Beautiful poem...and a nice reminder...
Your blog is great and congrats on the articles.....the pictures are beautiful.
Have a blessed Easter...
xxxoo Ruth
wwwwhisperingoakscottage.blogspot.com

Francie of The Scented Cottage said...

That is a very sweet poem...makes you stop and think.

Hey, didn't you see the comment left by my sweet English friend (about the photos on my blog) who said "Cathy looks very elegant" ? The Brits know all about elegant.

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Francie

CIELO said...

Beautiful, isn't it!

Happy Easter to you and yours

cielo

Francie of The Scented Cottage said...

Sigh, that tiara "to die for". You really should post a photo here and show out a bit. It's too too fabulous to keep hidden.
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Miss Rhea said...

I love that Cathy !! Thanks for sharing it. :) I hope you are Blessed this Easter !! :)

celestina marie said...

Cathy, I love that poem. Thank you for sharing it on your blog. Hope you have a special Easter!
Celestina,
La Rea Rose

tiffany said...

Your blog is beautiful, I am glad I checked it out!
xo, Tiffany

Whimsy Pink said...

What a pretty poem cathy~ Thank you for sharing that with all of us.xoxo

adrienne said...

Hello,

And thank you for dropping by the discussion @ let me read your blog. Your blog is exquisite, and breathe taking. I may be a little biase I enjoy, and am passionate toward heirlooms. (I Didn't know blogger allowed us to use paypal buttons on our blogs.)
Thanks again for such wonderful writings, and photos.

Ele at abitofpinkheaven said...

lovely. I hope you have a wonderful Easter and Blessings to you and your family.

Back Through Time said...

I think that is a lovely poem.
Have a Happy Easter
Michelle

Siobhan said...

Hi Cathy,
Just stopping by to wish you and your family a Happy Easter.
Siobhan xo