Job seekers looking for a leg up with their resumes might want to consider getting them blessed before e-mailing the documents to potential employers or recruiters.
It may sound strange, but resume blessing is one of the many services DigiBless.com offers. However, the Web site does not guarantee that blessed resumes will land a candidate a job.
Also, DigiBless visitors can have digital photos of loved ones or Web sites blessed by “passing them through [the company’s] Holy Server,” DigiBless said in a description of its services posted on its Web site.
There are three blessings to choose from: File blessing, the real-time sanctification of a document followed by immediate return to the sender for restorage; e-mail blessing, delivered with a small note to say that it has been touched by DigiBless’s system and contains the power of Jesus Christ; and Web site blessing, which unleashes Digi