GRIN AND SHARE IT: “Do You Have Any Grapes?”

A duck walked into a pharmacy He asked the pharmacist “Do you have
any grapes?”

“No, but the grocery store two blocks down sells grapes.” he replied.

The next day, the same duck walked into the same pharmacy and asked
“Do you have any grapes?”

“No, two blocks down on the right.” replied the pharmacist somewhat

The third day, the same duck walked back into the same pharmacy and
asked the same question.

This time the pharmacist said “We don’t sell grapes here. You have asked
for grapes now for three days in a row. I have told you we don’t sell them
here, this is a pharmacy not a grocery store. If you come back in here
tomorrow asking for grapes again, I am going to nail your little webbed
feet to the floor, NOW GET OUT OF HERE!”

The next day the same duck walks back into the same pharmacy, this time
with quite a bit of trepidation. He looked around and asked the pharmacist
“Do you have any nails?”

“No” replied the pharmacist.

“Well then… Do you have any grapes?”

About Dr. Mike Harmon

Dr. Harmon began preaching at the age of 15 while living in southern California. He has conducted over 600 revivals and evangelistic campaigns nationwide, and has served as Senior Pastor at seven churches. Dr. Harmon has degrees from Central Baptist College, the University of Central Arkansas, and a Ph.D. From the Christian Bible College and Seminary. He has served as trustee for Southeastern Baptist College and Chairman of the trustees for the BMA Theological Seminary. He also served as Chaplain for the Mississippi Highway Patrol, the Arkansas State Police and the Arkansas State Senate. His many sermons and articles on Christian Apologetics are widely published. He is married to one wife of 43 years; has two sons, and seven grandchildren. He considers the simple pleasures of cooking, dining with family and friends, and liesurely rides on his Harley through the Texas Hill Country to be some of the most enjoyable blessings from the Lord.
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