Sunday, May 20, 2012
I flew into Syracuse, N.Y., on a windy evening in October of 2000. After we landed, I hailed a cab. This not being New York City, where I am from, there was no cab line, no wait and no time to look at the car I was jumping into.

As soon as I was in the cab however, I noticed that pretty much every surface of the car’s interior was covered with a JESUS LOVES YOU sticker, that there was a crucifix mounted on the dashboard and there were even little green pocket bibles hanging on strings at the point where the windshield meets the frame of the car. This wasn’t just a cab, it was a rolling cathedral!

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Comments
  1. hodgepodge4thesoul says:

    WOW! How humbling-thank you so much for reblogging this, I really hope that your reads are ministered to 🙂

    Love in Christ,
    Dulcinea

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