A Woman Was Asked…

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Vintage Dilbert
November 5, 2005

A woman was asked by a co-worker,

‘What is it like to be a Christian?’

The coworker replied, ‘It is like being a pumpkin.

God picks you from the patch, brings you in, and

washes all the dirt off of you. Then He cuts off the top and scoops out

all the yucky stuff.  He removes the seeds of doubt, hate, and greed. Then

He carves you a new smiling face and puts His light inside of you to shine for all the world to see.’

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10 comments
  1. MTJames said:

    Kind of a cool take on the Jack-o-lantern. I like it.

    • stillsearching said:

      Love this!

  2. D. Arthur Wargo said:

    Reblogged this on Thee Bloomin Idiot and commented:
    Always looking for ways to explain what God has done for me. This can’t be any better! It’s true….I was a pumpkin, dirty and filed with the seeds of doubt, self hate, hate and greed!

    I’ve been fashioned into a glorious Jack(Jesus)-o-lantern!

  3. D. Arthur Wargo said:

    Reblogged on http://www.theeblominidiot.wordpress.com

    Always looking for ways to explain what God has done for me. This can’t be any better! It’s true….I was a pumpkin, dirty and filled with the seeds of doubt, self hate, hate and greed!

    I’ve been fashioned into a glorious Jack(Jesus)-o-lantern!

  4. Hey brother Kenny, this has been around for a while. Years ago it was a big email circulation, so good-luck on finding the author. It IS a great analogy and sure gives a definite different perspective of the pumpkin!!! Now, if Charlie Brown could only get his wish!!! LOL!
    God bless you my brother!

  5. Reblogged this on FOR THE LOVE OF GOD and commented:
    This was an email circulation that was viral before viral was cool! It is good to have it re-incarnated because the analogy is too precious!! Thanks Kenny, at Morning Story and Dilbert for the great memory!!

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