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November 2, 2003

Bargain of the Day: Christian witness soap

by Feòrag

Wash away your sins and annoy your friends and co-workers with Christian Witness Soap:

As a Christian and a Handmade soap maker I want to share my Faith with all who will listen.One way is to give people soap with the shape of the Fish on it and a little booklet telling them what it means and that Jesus is the only way to Eternal life with our Father in Heaven. We've made this witnessing tool available at a very reasonable price so you to can give a gift with the intention of planting a seed and get that person to think about Jesus, Salvation & where they will end up when they die.

Available in two sizes and seven different scents.

Posted in Religious Tat at 22:20. Last modified on January 03 2007 at 17:54.
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1: Posted by: pericat | November 3, 2003 5:55 AM

When you wear it down to a nubbin, does Jonah pop out?

Does she market them as "fishcakes"? Should we suggest that?

Would it be appropriate, do you think, to lather up while singing "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Oughta My Hair?"

Seven Scents! Perch, Catfish, Tuna, Cod, plus three, count 'em, three! Mysteries of the Deep!

(I like soap.)

Wax lyrical

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This is not a contacts site. If you are looking for help regarding a particular path, I suggest The Witches' Voice, which does operate a contacts service.

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