Colonel Sanders: ‘No use being the richest man in the cemetery when you can’t do any business in there’ — God Reports

By Mark Ellis

His pressure-fried, secret-recipe for chicken made him, his white suit, string tie, and goatee famous throughout the world. It wasn’t until late in life, however, that he finally recognized his need to get right with God, a long-delayed response to his mother’s prayers.

Colonel Sanders: ‘No use being the richest man in the cemetery when you can’t do any business in there’

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