the only man in town with a ferrari

Once upon a time there was a man. But he was not just an ordinary man; he was a rich man. Filthy... rich. He had everything a person could ever want (and maybe a little more). But he was still missing something; something that he did not know.


So one day, this man heard about a revival meeting, and there was going to be a guest speaker there, so he decided to go. When this man pulled up into the parking lot, he was the only person there who had a Ferrari.

The man smoothly got out of his car and walked up to the door of the building. After looking through the glass door once, the man proceeded in.

Once inside, the man pulled off his sun glasses and clipped them in his shirt pocket. As the man looked around him, he noticed that there was singing coming through one of the doors. Thinking that it was the place where the revival was going on, the man decided to enter.
When the man opened the door, he entered a room filled with the spirit. Throughout the service, the man was moved. He knew that the people here had something that he didn't have. So when the service was over the man approached the guest speaker and asked, "Um... dude? How can I gain this heaven-thing you were talkin' about?" The guest speaker smiled upon the man and replied, "If you want eternal life, go, and sell all that you have and give it to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven."

But when the man heard what the guest speaker said, he went away sorrowful, for he had great possessions.
kade

3 comments:

Nicholas May 4, 2009 at 6:38 PM  

A modern day version. Good job Kade, thanks for posting!

Camden May 5, 2009 at 10:00 AM  

Nice rendition. I like the modern twist, and I think you portraid it in a very accurate but practicle way. Nice job!

Camden

Nicholas May 7, 2009 at 10:02 PM  

Hey, I will try and post tomorrow, but I am not sure how that will turn out. We are going up into Yellowstone!! IT opens tomorrow.

Nick

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