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Thursday, March 14, 2013

Another Who Took the FUN out of FUNerals~~ TRUE STORIES FROM THE VAULT





ANOTHER TRUE STORY FROM THE VAULT



We had friends that were part of praise and worship team of the church we went to.

they would donate time for for services to folks to the community that needed them.

their job was to do the music.

before the days of CD'S and MP3S, it was only a good ole' fashion tape.

They dubbed some funeral sounding music over an existing tape they had.

When all was present for the attending of the funeral the music began to play.

It was an open casket viewing. 

they hit play for the music to play...

everybody heard..

"UP FROM THE GRAVE HE ROSE..."



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