Pennies from Heaven

Pennies from Heaven – did you find a penny laying on the ground? It might have come from heaven. #PenniesfromHeaven #Pennies

Pennies from Heaven

People toss coins, especially pennies on the ground all the time. Some people, like me, will actually reach down and pick them up. Those coins we find, go in a jar that we use to bless someone at the end of the year.

 Pennies from Heaven - did you find a penny laying on the ground? It might have come from heaven. #PenniesfromHeaven #Pennies

I found a penny today
Just laying on the ground.
But it’s not just a penny
This little coin I’ve found.

Pennies from Heaven – did you find a penny laying on the ground? It might have come from heaven. #PenniesfromHeaven #Pennies Click To Tweet

Found pennies come from heaven
that’s what my Grandpa told me.
He said Angels tossed them down
Oh, how I loved that story!

He said when an Angel misses you
They toss a penny down,
sometimes just to cheer you up
To make a smile out of your frown.

So don’t pass by that penny
When you’re feeling blue.
It may be a penny from heaven
That an Angel’s tossed to you.

Author: Copyright © 1998 C Mashburn

Did you know?

Did you know that May 23 each year is Lucky Penny Day? I don’t believe in luck, but people will say if you pick up a penny on heads you will have good luck. I pick up any penny I see on the ground. Heads or tails. I even do that to other change too. For example, quarters, dimes and nickles too.

January 12 is Lost Penny Day!

Did you know you can share the gospel with a penny?

Pennies use to be made from copper.

Do you pick up pennies or other change you see on the street, ground, etc.?

If you do, feel free to share about your experience and what you do with that change you find in the comments below.

First published August 30, 2014. Last republished or updated on February90, 2021.
The above poem is called “Pennies from Heaven” by C. Mashburn. There is no Biblical Truth to this poem either.

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