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January 16, 2018, 10:38 AM

Words of the Farmer


We are sitting at home this morning as a family enjoying a rare event here in East Texas.  Today is like an extra Christmas present for so many people, both children and adults.  The unexpected occurrence of a snow day is something that only happens once every few years and often takes everyone pleasantly by surprise.  However, some of us expected and had anticipated this day.  Several months ago, I was standing in line at a local store and saw the latest version of the Old Farmer’s Almanac.  I picked it up and quickly turned to the section that would tell what kind of weather to expect this winter.  It predicted a cold wet winter with a good probability of snow for our area.  I’m not sure how it works but I am a believer that it is pretty accurate.  So much so that people trust their livelihood to it, basing the planting of their crops on the time suggested by the Almanac.  Another thing people plan their life around is the daily horoscope (I do not put any faith in these).  As accurate as these types of predictions may seem they are both less than perfect and have been proven wrong in the past.  One thing that is perfect and has never been proven wrong is the Bible.  People refuse to believe in the words written by men who were inspired by God to record the things they wrote.  The Bible grants assurances that people should take note of like, every knee will bow and tongue confess that Jesus is Lord.  Also, that no one comes to the Father except through the Son, and Heaven and hell are real places that will be the eternal destiny for all people depending on their faith in Christ.  There is so much more that could be said to support the Bible and why it is far more dependable than any almanac or horoscope.  The Bible is the true and living word of God.  If you don’t believe it, I double-dog dare you to try to prove it wrong. But don’t be surprised if you become a believer. 

Robert


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