age old posts.
My question is, do I remove my St Joseph statue if I'm renting my house
to a couple that wants to buy my house? They are waiting for her dad to
sell some land so then he can give her the money to pay cash for my
You're welcome. Oh, wait, that was a thanks for the answer. Which I haven't given yet.
I'd say no. Leave him there. Anything could happen. Dad could spontaneously combust or wake up from a coma and not remember he promised to sell some land to buy a house for some people who claim to be his children, although he has no memory of them. Dad could suddenly look around and think, "The better part of my life is over, what do I really want to do?" and sell his land and take a world cruise. He could join the circus.
there is no Dad and they are enjoying renting your house.
As I said, anything could happen.
I wouldn't move St. Joseph until you hand over the deed to the house and skate away, St. Joseph in hand.
The good news is, he's working on it. He's on the job.
Perhaps someone needs to tiptoe over to Dad's land with a second St. Joseph statue. That way, you'll also know if there is a Dad with land.
Is the land nearby? If it's far away, this is not an option, unless you have far flung (and stealthy) friends.
Or, you could mention to the couple to tell Dad to buy a St. Joseph real estate kit.
I'm sure, that since St. Joseph is already on the job, that everything will turn out peachy keen. Good on you for collecting rent on your home for sale, rather than have it sit there while you fry butter and cinnamon on the stove to make it smell homey as you hold open house after open house. You can thank St. Joseph for that, as well.
Now. You're welcome.
I used St. Joseph two time and without fail it worked. I always left him there to protect that family.
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