Thoughts from The Bible

Blessed Is the Nation Whose God Is the Lord – (Psalms 33:12)
by Terry Broome

One of our most moving patriotic hymns cites the beauty of America – A beauty that all who have traveled across the continent surely recognize. Katherine Lee Bates stood atop Pike’s Peak and scanned the sweep of the land, then wrote of the “purple mountain majesties,” and the “amber waves of grain.” She concluded that God Shed His Grace on this Land — A vast unexplored wilderness that, in an astonishingly short period, grew into a great nation.

Read more ...

Thoughts from The Bible

Blessings of a Christian
by Terry Broome

Imagine that a baby was born in the Mammoth Cave. This child grew up knowing only the features of the cave life. His parents promised that when the child turned 18 years old he would be carried to the outside world.

Read more ...

Thoughts from The Bible

Musings On Fathers’ Day
by Terry Broome

A pre-school boy asked his father what he thought concerning a certain subject. The father gave his views and then asked the little fellow what he thought about the subject. The youngster answered, “I think what you do, Daddy.”

Read more ...

Thoughts from The Bible

The Danger of Drifting
by Terry Broome

The story is told of a man standing on the bank of the Niagara River who saw a dead sheep being swept down by the current.

Read more ...

Thoughts from The Bible

The Need For A Measuring Stick
by Terry Broome

According to the Milwaukee Journal, December 5, 1969, p. 12, “Here’s Where Uncle Sam Measures Up,” early in the history of our great nation, President John Quincy Adams called both Houses of Congress together for a special meeting. He brought with him two “bushel” baskets, one from South Carolina, the other from New York. In comparing the measures, one bushel had 68 cubic inches more than the other one.

Read more ...

Local Weather