ONLINE CHURCH BULLETIN
LESSONS FROM THE BARNYARD
A farmer was paid a visit by one of his city relatives. Before dinner, the farmer bowed his head and gave thanks for the food they were about to eat. The farmer's "sophisticated" relative jeered, "This is old-fashioned; nobody with an education prays at the table anymore!" The farmer admitted that the practice was old, and even allowed that there were some on his farm who did not pray before their meals. Justified, the relative remarked, "So, enlightenment is finally reaching the farm. Who are these wise ones?" The farmer replied, "My pigs!"
'For every creature of God is good, and nothing is to be refsed if it is received with thanksgiving' (1 Tim. 4:4).
-Hobbs Street Herald